Madison Zandt recognized
Rotary Student of the March for Waxahachie High School is Madison Zandt, the daughter of Erick and Jennifer Zandt. As a senior, she is actively involved in many activities, including being a member of WHS choir, advanced theater, musical theater, UIL One Act Play team and also serves as the Indian mascot. You may recognize her as Mary Poppins in the WHS Drama Department’s recent production of “Mary Poppins.” She will be playing the role of Velma Kelly in the department’s production of “Chicago.” Madison has also competed in the Thespians Solo Musical Theatre competition in 2017 and 2018 and received a perfect score, advancing her to the finals. She also was nominated for Best Featured Actress last spring at Dallas Summer Musicals. Madison has been named All-American Mascot for three consecutive years. Even after being involved in multiple organizations, she has been able to achieve the A/B honor roll in AP classes. Madison loves to give back to her community, volunteering with Special Olympics, Meals on Wheels and especially visiting local elementary schools. She has achieved the Life-time Presidential Volunteer Services Award by achieving more than 4,000 hours of community service in her lifetime. With big dreams to be on Broadway, she will attend the University of Central Oklahoma and major in musical theatre.