Ferguson, Elizabeth L.
Kook, Chae Min
Bennett, Ethan A.
Capella, James J.
Hibshman, Jared H.
Capella, Kathleen E.
Grys, Meghan D.
Karam, Jawhara M.
Rackish, Michelle M.
Capella, Mary A.
Cornish, Michaelyn R.
DeMartino, Gabriella N.
DeMartino, Nicola T.
Edwards, Erika L.
Fabey, Kristin E.
Fernandez, Tyler M.
Gaffney, Sarah R.
Family members: Teri Stellato, Fred Stellato, Jay Stellato and many more
Favorite subject: Chemistry because I enjoy the concepts of science and using formulas to achieve an end product
Activities: Varsity cheerleading captain, president of the senior class, student government senator and member of the National Honors Society
Next steps: Attend a six-year physician assistant program
Career Goals: Physician assistant specializing in the pediatric field
As snow falls on sidewalks across town, no matter the amount of steps one takes, as long as the snow continues, the path will be covered with snow once more. This is the way the second semester began at Liberty HS, a new beginning and an exciting new start for most underclassmen, and the beginning of the end of high school for the senior class.
Family members: Parents, Ted and Donna Netterman; older brother, Chris Netterman
Favorite subject: Art, I can express myself; math, it's like a puzzle in my mind. I enjoy the challenge and process.
Activities: Colorguard (Saucon Valley marching band); dance (Diane Medeiros Academy of Dance)
Next steps: College
Career goals: Studio art major or art teacher
Heroes: Friends and family; always supportive and bring me the joy and hope I need
Hobbies: Photography, archery and ancient Egyptian history
The first semester has come to a close. All students have been cramming in bonus assignments and last-minute studying while the make-or-break moment of the semester draws upon them. Keystones have also been an extra burden for all the freshman, sophomores and juniors. The Keystone exams are end-of-course assessments designed to evaluate proficiency in various subjects. If students are not proficient in a certain subject, they will be required to take a specific class in order to improve their skills in that particular subject.
Family members: Janice, mom; Dan, dad; Lauren, sister
Favorite subject: Science because there is so much involved in it
Activities: Playing soccer and ice hockey for Freedom; skiing; playing guitar; golfing; National Honors Society
Next steps: Go to Maritime College to become a harbor pilot
Career Goals: Have a successful job and family
Heroes: Pop-Pop. He has had a major impact on everything in my life from sports, teaching me how to ski and play golf and influencing me with guitar.
Hobbies: Playing guitar, skiing
Bethlehem Area Vocational Technical School is back in full swing after an exciting winter break. Over the next few months, students will have many opportunities and ways to showcase their skills. Within the next few weeks, 73 students who applied for the BAVTS Bridges Foundation scholarship will be narrowed down to 25 and invited to attend a luncheon and interview process. At this interview, students will meet with judges from the Bridges foundation and will be asked questions and delegated points based on their answers. Last year's winners received a combined total of $40,000.
Bethlehem Catholic (BECA) has had an exhilarating start to the New Year and has many lively and charitable plans to keep the future weeks energized.