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Edison Rotary Seniors of the Month

December 2018

  • Ryan Stephen

    The Saint Joseph community would like to congratulate Ryan Stephen for the Rotary Club Student of the Month honors! Ryan holds a most impressive 4.536 cumulative GPA and has made the Presidents List/Principal’s List every marking period since freshman year. He has been inducted into the National Honor Society, as well as History, Social Studies and Science NHS. Ryan has a love of mathematics and wants to pursue a degree in computer science in college.

    Ryan is involved in many extracurricular activities both on and off the Saint Joe’s campus. He is involved in Model UN and Youth and Government, and has been the vice president of both groups. Ryan is the staff writer of our award-winning school newspaper, and is the co-founder of our new satirical magazine called the Talon. He is also a member of campus ministry and is one of our retreat leaders. Perhaps the biggest accomplishments of Ryan’s high school career have been through volunteering. He has accumulated over 200 volunteer hours alone just working at a soup kitchen in India. Ryan recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout. His project was the construction of his parish’s carport. Ryan has also volunteered with Justiceworx, an organization that builds homes for the less fortunate. If that wasn’t enough, Ryan is also one of our formation peer mentors. He enjoys making the incoming freshman feel like they are part of the brotherhood of Saint Joe’s as soon as they walk through the doors of our school. Once again, congrats to Ryan Stephen and earning the Rotary Club Student of the Month of December!

  • Joseph Valente

    Congratulations to Joseph Valente for earning the Rotary Club Student of the Month of December! Joe holds an impressive 3.774 cumulative GPA and has made the Principal’s List/High Honor Roll nine times throughout his high school career. He is also a member of the Science National Honor Society Joe has a love of science and is looking forward to studying biology and eventually medicine in college.

    Joe is involved in many extracurricular activities both on and off of the Saint Joe’s campus. He has been a member of the varsity winter and spring track teams for the past two seasons. Joe also enjoys helping others, and volunteers his time with Justiceworx, an organization that builds houses for the less fortunate. Also, for the past three summers, Joe has been involved in the Brothers of the Sacred Heart mission, participating in week-long service trips to various states across the country. If that wasn’t enough, Joe has accumulated countless hours of community service, giving back to the elderly, the poor and the Cancer Society. Once again, congrats to Joseph Valente on this well-deserved honor!