2011 Graduates Commended As Model Students
Published: May 26, 2011
(Clockwise from bottom right) Charles “Thad” Holden of Holy Spirit Preparatory, Atlanta; Katie Womick of Blessed Trinity High School, Roswell; Matt Farkas of Pinecrest Academy, Cumming; Pierce Vincent of Our Lady of Mercy High School, Fayetteville; Noelle Richards of St. Pius X High School, Atlanta; Lannon Gustafson of Monsignor Donovan High School, Athens; Jason Ebinger of Marist School, Atlanta. (Photos by Michael Alexander)
Leadership, ingenuity, devotion to the Church, and enthusiastic interest in science, engineering, athletics, dedicated service … these are but some of the traits found in the seven high school seniors spotlighted in this issue of The Georgia Bulletin. Continuing an annual tradition at the newspaper, the Catholic high schools in the Atlanta Archdiocese each nominated a student worthy of recognition, someone who particularly exemplifies the finest qualities of students at their schools. And the stories of these students include some who have met daunting challenges head on, such as a father’s death, a mother’s deployment, life-changing illness, the call to serve the poor, and more. These students, as well as many others at their schools, are using their talents and faith as they move on to their next endeavors.
On the following pages—and in an audio slideshow on our website, www.georgiabulletin.org—we introduce you to our future … and it’s in good hands.
- Mother’s Deployment Tested Monsignor Donovan Senior
- Adversity Challenged Athlete, Who Became A Role Model
- OLM Sprinter Intrigued By Fiber Engineering
- Dancing BT Senior Hopes To Become Medical Doctor
- St. Pius Graduate Will Join Air Force First
- Eagle Scout Distinguished By His Care For Others
- A Year Serving The Poor Is Marist Senior’s Next Step