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Apparently, it takes more than a pandemic quarantine to stop the force of Tyler Schwarzman.
Kaitlyn Brumbaugh has been active in sports since elementary school.
Trinity High School Senior Kathleen Sajer has been helping veterans since fifth grade as the granddaughter of the founder of Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors.
For Joshua Weber, service to the country also means service to the community.
Carly White, a senior at Big Spring High School, has aspirations to study clinical psychology with a focus on helping children.
Harrisburg Academy’s Dalia Shvartsman had a knack for science.
In many ways, Sydney Nolan was born into a service-oriented life.
Knowing early on that he wanted to serve in the military and law enforcement, Shires built on the physical fitness and conditioning that went with being a student athlete.
Brinn Mancuso, the daughter of Joseph and Susan Mancuso, has served as the overall chair of the school’s Mini-Thon in her junior and senior years.
Benjamin Byers is clearly a people person, and he intends to be for his entire career.
Hers was an open-and-shut case — a classic conspiracy with one DB, multiple perps and lots of evidence to suggest murder by edged weapons.
Sarah Levy has been involved in a wide range of activities throughout her high school career, from model United Nations to her BBYO Jewish youth group and being a varsity lacrosse goalie. But through it all, two consistent themes come through: leadership and helping others.
Sleeping out under the stars to raise awareness and funds for homeless youth brought together two of Trinity High School senior Katie Dominguez’s interests.
Children can be difficult. But that’s part of what Thomas Mitchell Mazza finds fascinating about them.
Sarah really wanted to be in a running event.
“The whole idea of starting your own business or even inventing something is risky, clearly, but I’ve just always been one who likes to think of new ideas and be creative,” Beck Zimmerman said.
Much of what interests Domenico Mirarchi is literally for the birds.
For Madison Halcovage, horses have provided a life lesson, in more ways than one.
Baby Mia never had a chance at life but the memory of her carries on as a career choice.
“I just found something appealing to pushing the borders of science and technology, and I thought the best place to do that would be in space exploration,” Jacob Maier said.
There probably aren’t too many high school seniors who would call a visit to the cadaver lab an “amazing experience.”
For Connor Coyle, some of life’s most important lessons have come out of a long, brass tube of variable length.
Samantha Martin realized at an early age that a lot of good ideas don’t come to fruition without someone to do the leg work.
Lily Reighard had a knack for winning arguments from an early age.
When Cumberland Valley High School Senior Anushka Konka was in eighth grade, she decided to assess the effect of acetic acid on the bioluminescence of dinoflagellates.
Having played soccer for nine years, including four years on the Carlisle High School varsity team, senior Colin Reidy isn’t a stranger to tou…
Mechanicsburg High School senior William Hoover grew up playing sports so it’s no surprise that’s a priority for him.
“Doing community service, they learn what it means and what they’re doing for other people,” Maya Arora said. “They’re making an impact, too.”
The irony of Jose was not lost in translation by Ellie Blanchard.
The current Big Spring High School senior was always science-oriented, and had thought about going into the medical field but she didn’t deal well with blood.
Mechanicsburg High School senior Maxwell Hahn’s activities through high school are admittedly widely varied.
“I have a lot of different interests and it lets me explore those different things. But they don’t always connect in a way that’s very clear, I’ve noticed,” Hahn said.
You might find Morgan Chamberlin playing tenor saxophone in the Boiling Springs marching band, helping the school’s Unified Bocce Team, tutori…