September Students of the Month
Addison is the daughter of Jennifer and Shawn Angstadt of Mohrsville.
Addison’s future plans are to attend a four year college or university to study communications and minor in political science.
Addison, a senior, has been involved in the following clubs and activities at Schuylkill Valley High School: Senior Editor-in-Chief for the Pantherette, PA Youth Education Association officer, Vallette (yearbook club), National Honor Society officer, TV Studio, Science Olympiad, Mock Trial, co-captain of the Tennis Team, Award Assembly Committee and Manager for the Boys’ Tennis team and Class officer.
Mara is the daughter of Lisa and Scott Nagle of Leesport.
Mara's future plans are currently undecided.
Mara, a junior, has been involved in the following clubs and activities at Schuylkill Valley High School: co-captain of the Varsity Volleyball Team, Drama Club, Panthers on Parade, Chorus Officer, Pantherette, Pa. Youth Education Association and Worship Team and Guest Services Team at Glad Tidings Church.
October Students of the Month
Luke is the son of Ronda Lee and Gregory Seymour of Mohrsville.
Luke's future plans are to attend a four year college and hopes to compete in Division I.
Luke, a junior, has been involved in the following clubs and activities at Schuylkill Valley High School: Band, National Junior Honor Society, basketball camp for youth program, track camp for students in 4th-6th grades, cross country for 3 years, basketball for 3 years and Track for 2 years.
Luke has maintained Merit/Honor status at Schuylkill Valley High School. In cross country and track, he competed and qualified in PIAA Districts and States. He received 6th place at States in the 800m as a freshmen and he received 1st place at Districts in the 800m as a freshmen. In track, Luke was All-State and All-Country.
Jillian is the daughter of Cathleen and Randy Phillips of Mohrsville.
Jullian's future plans are to study radiological science and healthcare administration at Penn State University with hopes to play volleyball at the collegiate level.
Jullian, a senior, has been involved in the following clubs and activities at Schuylkill Valley High School: PA Youth Education Association, LEO Club, Schuylkill Valley Ambassador, National Honor Society and played volleyball for four years and was the co-captain for her junior and senior years. She was a football team manager during her sophomore, junior and senior years.
She volunteered for the Relay for Life and the Hope Rescue Mission, she volunteered at the elementary school gift shop, in Mrs. Cherry’s elementary classroom and the 2019 powderpuff football game.
Additionally, she served in the Student Council all four year of high school and held the Vice-President position during her senior year. Jullian enjoyed collaborating to organize the battle of the classes, faculty madness, chicken barbeques, canned food drives and with homecoming activities.
Jullian's sophomore year she earned All-County Honorable Mention and in her Junior year she received All-County First Team and as a senior she received All-County Honorable Mention.
Jullian consistently achieved academic accolades with Honor Roll and Principal’s List throughout her high school years.
November Students of the Month
Aidan is the son of Lynn Longenecker and Joseph Gensure of Reading.
Aidan’s future plans are to attend a four year college for engineering to become a Chemical Engineer.
Aidan, a senior, has been involved in the following club/activities at Schuylkill Valley High School: Cross Country Captain, Track and Field, Literature Magazine, Mock Trial, Science Olympiad, Academic Challenge, World Affairs Club, Leo Club, National Honor Society Executive Committee, Schuylkill Valley Outdoor Education Camp Counselor, Schuylkill Valley Ambassador.
Aidan has been on the Principal’s List throughout High School and he qualified for District Cross Country for four years.
Averi is the daughter of Rebecca and Nicholas Hidalgo of Reading.
Averi’s future plans are to attend college for Secondary Education and she would like to run Cross Country in college.
Averi, a junior, has been involved in the following club/activities at Schuylkill Valley High School: Cross Country, Track and Field, 5K, Olivet Boys and Girls Club volunteer and Zen Club.
Averi received All Division Award for Cross Country and she is on the Principal’s list every quarter.
December Students of the Month
Lily is the daughter of Hong Ngo and Vinh Dang of Reading.
Lily’s future plans are to attend a college or university to earn a bachelor’s degree in biology and a secondary in art. Then she plans to apply to RIT master’s program for medical illustration, to become a medical illustrator.
Lily, a senior, has been involved in the following club/activities at Schuylkill Valley High School: Literary Magazine, Art Club, National Honor Society, Concert Band and Chorus.
Lily received Honorable Mention for Artwork in Literary Magazine and she was Student of the month in 2019. Lily also participated in the BCIU 2020 Annual Art Show at the Goggle Works. Lily took 1st place in Black and White Drawing, 3rd place in fine Art, and 1st place in Drawing.
One of her winning works also was selected to receive the honor of being chosen for Fast Lane. Fast Lane Art is a juried contest and exhibition, presented by Berks Arts, which celebrates and displays the work of high school artists in a special exhibition. Lily’s special piece was showcased in West Reading.
Sarah is the daughter of Kristine and William Gilbert of Shoemakersville.
Sarah’s future plans are to study medicine in hopes of applying it to policy making.
Sarah, a junior, has been involved in the following club/activities at Schuylkill Valley High School: Captain of Cross Country, Co-Captain of Girls Basketball, Track and Field, Chorus Officer, Valley Voices, Leo Club, Pennsylvania Youth Education Association Head of Communications, Pantherette, Co-Junior Editor-in-Chief, Editorial Assistant for Literary Magazine, Schuylkill Valley Ambassador, Zen Club, Schuylkill Valley High School Student Tech Gurus, Student Tech Advisory Council, and Stage Crew for the Fall play, “Clue”. Sarah is also pursuing her love of photography at Schuylkill Valley High School
Sarah loves to volunteer at Schuylkill Valley with the Youth Track and field Camp, Special Olympics, and the Youth Girls Basketball Camp. As well as outside of school, Sarah has participated in a variety of service programs through her church, Glad Tidings, West Lawn Campus. Sarah’s most notable accomplishment was when she traveled to Pontiac, Michigan on a Mission Trip in the summer of 2019
Sarah has been on the Principal’s List throughout all of high school.