Meet Our Students: Clara Dalhoff

Clara Dalhoff is a rising junior at Clearwater Central Catholic High School. She has a younger sister and brother. She has a Golden Retriever and a Yorkie poodle. Clara has been playing basketball for six years and now plays for her school’s team. Her first job was babysitting. Currently, she tutors students in math and works at an indoor playground for kids with special needs called, “We Rock The Spectrum.” In the future, she wants to be a civil engineer. She hopes to go to the University of Florida or Georgia Tech and eventually move back to Tampa. To Clara, the power of giving means using your own resources to help others who may not have the same opportunities. 

Clara’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Elise Weber

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