Rohl ready to write new chapter in her life
PRESCOTT--Emelia Rohl loves to write.
Since the eighth grade, Rohl has been at work on a novel she describes as “very dark, scary and creepy.” Progress has been made to the point she will be working with an editor this summer.
On a personal level, Rohl is taking the next chapter of her life as the Prescott High School salutatorian graduates this month and will attend UW-Madison this fall.
Rohl said her first choice for school was an Ivy League college, but when that didn’t work, Madison was a good alternative.
“It’s as close as prestigious as one can get here in Wisconsin,” she said. She added when she toured the campus it felt like a “new adventure.”
“I’m excited. I wanted something different and a big city will be the perfect thing for me,” she continued.
Throughout her high school years, Rohl was a member of the student council, National Honor Society and forensics team.
While proud of those accomplishments, she smiled even more being a member of the St. Croix Stars 4-H Club, where she was president and secretary, during her nine years there, along with her two-and-a-half horses. The horses are a quarter horse mare, an off-track thoroughbred and the half is a pony.
For more please read the May 14 print version of the Herald.