Olivia Douglass is a multi-talented student who excels in the classroom and on the field. She is the student-athlete all aspire to be: time conscious, hard working, confident, inspiring, accountable, extremely successful, and most importantly, knows when to be a teammate and when to be a friend. She is very active in LFHS athletics, playing field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse for the Scouts varsity teams in all three sports.
She transitions from sport to sport so seamlessly, without more than a week of a break between seasons. Coaches and teammates have noted Douglass as a jack of all trades who is not only talented, but amiable. Long time friend and field hockey teammate, Ava Caputo, said “Olivia has been a major part of my life since kindergarten. She is the definition of a true friend and someone that I know I can trust forever. Olivia is always there for people, whether it’s for advice or just some help on homework. She’s always willing to give a helping hand. If someone’s down, she knows how to brighten up their day because she always looks at the positive side of the situation. I don’t think I know anyone that does as much as she does and is so exceptional at everything at the same time.” Olivia makes an impact on all teams with her constant smile and positivity. She never fails to notice a teammate who is having an off day without offering encouragement and help if needed.
Not only does she excel in all sports, but she strives to be a part of school organizations and challenge herself in all of them. She is a member of both Cum Laude and National Honor Society, highly selective groups that are both nationally recognized for academic achievements and notable leadership and fellowship within the community. Even with her rigorous academic and athletic schedule, she strives to be active in a multitude of other activities at the school. Last year, she was involved in Link Crew, where she was paired with a group of incoming freshman in order to ensure a smooth high school transition for them, as well as a member of Student-to-Student, an organization that welcomes students who are new to the school by offering tours as well as helping to facilitate orientation. Only an organized and driven individual can complete half of the things Douglass accomplishes in a single year, one can only imagine how much work she puts in daily to be as multifaceted as she has come to be.