But as seriously as she takes her studies, Juliette takes herself far less so. Just ask her about her stint as a Charger Cheerleader.
"My friends Breck and Kim cheered all through school," she laughs. "They convinced Hannah and me to do it senior year. I did it for fun, but… I was just really bad. I mean, it was so much fun! But the dancing and stuff, I was so bad…"
Although Juliette remembers the dancing as sub-par, the experience as a cheerleader helped break the ice with one of the college admissions reps who came to visit Shorecrest, who also happened to be a cheerleader. "We found we had that in common and it opened up our conversation really well!"
In discussing the college admissions process, it's clear those on-campus meetings stand out in Juliette's mind. "Meetings count. Take those meetings seriously and think about how you want to present yourself. If you're really interested in doing something, speak up."
Speaking up is what drives Juliette, whether it's advocating for the citizens in La Gonave, Haiti, or for women in STEM fields, she's determined to make a difference.
"It is important to increase the representation of women in these crucial decision-making STEM fields."
If Juliette's high school career is any foreshadowing, she won't just have a seat at the table, she'll be at the head of it.