Posted by Jeffrey Brennan

Student of the Month

At our December 13th meeting, we recognized two students of the month for outstanding achievement in Fine Arts.

Isabella Lucas

Isabella Lucas is our December Student of the Month from   Archbishop Murphy High School, shown above with Archbishop Murphy Administrative Principal, Alex Crane, and our Youth Service Chair, Becky Porter.
   In the words of her ceramics teacher, Christina McVicker, "... Isabella is an extraordinary young artist, and is praiseworthy of her unwavering work ethic, enthusiastic attitude and willingness to go above and beyond all expectations..” Isabella has enrolled in ceramics the past three years and has excelled. She is exceptional in “hand building.” In addition to her dedication in the classroom, Isabella has been a member of the varsity basketball team since her freshman year. She was nominated captain her junior season. During her time at AMHS she has volunteered over 90 hours at local organizations such as, the Special Olympics and Catholic Relief Services. Isabella is currently applying to colleges and hopes to go into the education field.  Congratulations Isabella!

Hanna Neal

Our Student of the Month from Henry M. Jackson High School is Hanna Neal, shown above with Jackson High School Principal and Rotarian, Dave Peters.
Hanna has a passion for art and science.  Currently in AP Studio art, she has taken her interest In both to develop a portfolio that has focused on the relationship between the two, particularly that which occurs in nature.  Hanna is a well-rounded student with volunteer service that includes National Honor Society, LInk Crew, and Health Occupations Students Association (HOSA).  She is a volunteer through the Mill Creek YMCA and is a 7th-grade volleyball assistant coach at Gateway Middle School. Hanna plans to study Biology with with a goal of going to medical school. She has been accepted into the University of Montana and Colorado Mesa University, and she has also applied to Gonzaga and Harvard. Congratulations Hanna!