Jamie Pollack is a senior graduate at Croton-Harmon High School who is on his way to University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst for pre-medical and human biology.
Her high school athletic career includes 100 or more goals as a midfielder/attacker on Varsity Girls Lacrosse, which she played for four years, making All-League twice. The team also won the League Championship.
Jamie played two years at Varsity Girls Tennis, twice winning All-League Honorable Mention, and played at Varsity Field Hockey for one year.
His leadership qualities are not limited to the playing field. Jamie served as student class president and was elected to the student faculty convention. She has also served as co-chair of the academic committee, created a student position in the PTA, and is part of the Chinese club.
Outside of schoolshe was a guest speaker in March 2021 at NAMI Westchester (National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Inc.) on the theme “Ending the Silence for Families”.
Jamie is the daughter ofLeslie and Steven Pollack. She has two siblings. Jesse is 19 years old and Jeremy at 14.
DJ Goldmandirector of health, well-being, physical education and sports for Croton-Harmon Union Free School District, says of Jamie, “It has been a pleasure to be Jamie’s school counselor this school year. Jamie really defined what it means to be a student-athlete.
“She strives to do well on and off the field, and is committed to bettering herself and society. Her academic profile speaks for itself, but her contributions to helping athletes through her myriad initiatives in mental health speaks volumes about her character. I am thrilled to see her enter the next chapter of her life to continue her education and fill halls with her contagious laughter.
Goldman adds: “It was great getting to know Jamie last year in my role as Sporting Director. She approaches each practice day with the mindset of identifying and making improvements. She is a leader on the pitch who inspires her teammates to work to their full potential. I can’t wait to see how Jamie takes his lessons from Croton-Harmon in his next adventure. She will always be welcome in the Croton-Harmon sports program. Once a Tiger, always a Tiger!