Holy Names Academy
Sarah “lives a life of leadership and loving service,” said nominator Kendra Reiser. “Not only does she excel in the classroom, she is a natural leader amongst the student body.” She is a member of the Mock Trial team, has produced films for Holy Names’ social justice committees, and carries a 3.96 GPA. At Seattle’s St. Matthew Parish, she is an altar server and lector.
O'Dea High School
Mishael is “is an authentic leader of the student body,” said nominator John O’Neill. He serves as a captain of the football team and student ambassador, and is a member of Black Students United for Excellence and the Rhythm & Poetry club. With his family, he distributes meals, kits and clothing for the homeless during the holidays. A member of St. James Cathedral, he carries a 4.0 GPA.
In each edition through June, Northwest Catholic will honor students for their achievements and contributions in the classroom, in their extracurricular activities, and in their churches and communities. At the end of the school year, two Students of the Year will be selected to receive $1,000 Northwest Catholic scholarships.
Northwest Catholic - November 2018
- Father Ronald Nuzzi to chair Catholic schools taskforce on ministerial covenant
- Seattle Nativity School moving to new quarters at St. Edward Parish
- Catholic high school graduations go virtual or reschedule for summer
- COVID-19 gives students tangible experiences of missionary discipleship
- From a distance, our child is learning as much as ever