Congratulations to seniors Ellie Kirsch and Noah Pasko, who have been honored as Bishop Kenny High School's February Students of the Month. Their outstanding qualities in Character, Respect, and Integrity have set them apart.
Ellie Kirsch, expressing her gratitude for the recognition, shared, “I always try to make people that I come into contact with feel welcome and loved. Sharing a smile is a small effort on my part to make their day just a little brighter.” Ellie, managing a demanding academic schedule, is actively involved in the International Thespian, Latin, Rho Kappa, Tri-M, and the National Honor Society. She also serves as a Bishop Kenny Student Ambassador, a member of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion at Bishop Kenny. Ellie aspires to attend the University of Florida, majoring in Classics and Linguistics, with the goal of becoming a college professor.
Noah Pasko, also navigating a rigorous academic curriculum. He is a member of the English, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish, and the National Honor Society, and is deeply passionate about baseball. As a varsity team player at BK, he extends his love for the sport by assisting at baseball camps during the summer, where he teaches and mentors youth. Noah, who serves as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion at Bishop Kenny, emphasizes the importance of keeping God first, stating, “God has given me everything, and I want to share my gifts and talents with others as a way to give thanks.” Noah would like to pursue a degree in Ocean Engineering in college.
Both Ellie and Noah exemplify the values of Bishop Kenny High School and showcase their commitment to academic excellence, extracurricular involvement, and service to their community. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to these outstanding students of the month.