Veronica is girl who is a dual citizen of Poland and the UK, but lives in Spain. She will be turning 15 before the start of her exchange. She describes herself as being independent, friendly, creative, adventurous, and having a sense of humor.
She has a variety of interests and hobbies. She loves skateboarding, takes skateboarding lessons, and belongs to a skateboarding club. She also likes other sports, such as ice skating, skiing, and fit boxing. She is a huge fan of Marvel films. She also enjoys reading, and her favorite books right now are the Percy Jackson series. In the summer and at Christmas, she and her family always go to Poland to visit her grandparents and other family and friends. She also attends choir camp every summer. In her spare time she enjoys drawing, painting, and baking, and would love to make some cakes or cookies for her host family. She is very good with small children, and has lots of experience babysitting. If possible, Veronica would like to engage in a variety of activities during her exchange, such as skateboarding, hiking, drama club, and/or travelling.
Veronica's mom is from Poland and her dad is from Scotland, and Veronica’s native languages are Polish and English. She attends a regular Spanish school during the week, and a Polish language school on Saturdays. She has been studying Spanish for 11 years and French for 5 years. Her favorite subject is classical studies. Teachers and her scout leader describe Veronica as a polite, open-minded, self-confident, friendly, and flexible young woman who has a good sense of humor, is active in helping others, and gets along well with schoolmates. She is not sure what career she would like to pursue in the future, but is considering becoming a marine biologist, a psychologist, or working in the film industry.
Veronica lives with both parents, and 2 brothers, one older and one younger. Her mother is a translator and her father is an engineering manager. Veronica has a cat and can live in a home with pets. She has no allergies or dietary restrictions.