April Students of the Month
Luther North College Prep announces January 2013 Students of the Month. Congratulations to Olivia Anton, Jordan Kunkel, and Caitlyn Wheeler for being selected as students of the month.
Olivia recently transferred to LNCP and participated in the spring play and is currently in track and field.
Olivia would like to continue in drama and track at LNCP. She doesn’t have specific plans for college but would love to pursue a career in criminal psychology or the arts.
Olivia is unsure about why she was selected, but she was able to participate in the play and track while maintaining honor roll GPA. PLUS, her mom says she is pretty cool.
Olivia’s words of wisdom to 8th graders considering LNCP: “I love it here. I feel at home; everyone here wants to be here and it shows. We’re a big family.”
Olivia says her favorite class is English. It forces her to think outside the box. She has struggled in Spanish, but it helped her develop better study skills.
Jordan has participated in SADD and drama freshman and sophomore year and drama junior year.
Jordan’s future plans include attending college and having a double major in computer science and theatre.
Jordan believes he was chosen for Student of the Month because he is genuinely kind to everyone.
Jordan’s words of wisdom to 8th graders considering LNCP: “learn to take notes. This skill will save you even if you don’t review them. Trust me.”
Jordan’s favorite classes are physics and the history classes but AP American Government has pushed him more than any other class.
Caitlyn has participated in volleyball, basketball, softball all 4 years and has also participated in SADD and Peer Mentors senior year.
Caitlyn’s future plans include studying business at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and starting a career as a hotel manager.
Caitlyn feels she was chosen to be student of the month because throughout her time at Luther, she has never been written up or received a detention, and she has worked very hard in all of her classes.
Caitlyn’s words of wisdom to 8th graders considering LNCP: “If you want a school that is easy to fit into and make friends, come to LNCP.”
Caitlyn said that she has enjoyed ceramics the most and was pushed the hardest by Advanced Chem. 1. She encourages other students to take ceramics and to study hard if they take Advanced Chem 1.