Bishop Kenny High School proudly announces its November Students of the Month, seniors Emma Lawrence and Conner Subjinski, who have been recognized for their exceptional leadership, responsibility, and self-discipline. These two remarkable students have made significant contributions to the school community through their involvement in various clubs, honor societies, and athletic teams. Congratulations to both of them on being named the November Students of the Month.
Emma Lawrence, a senior with a rigorous academic schedule, has shown her dedication to both her studies and extracurricular activities. Beyond the classroom, she puts her faith into action as an Extraordinary Minister of the Holy Eucharist and a member of the Campus Ministry Club, which focuses on community service projects. Emma also displays her athletic prowess as a two-sport athlete, participating in sailing in the fall and tennis in the spring. Her commitment to academic excellence is evident through her membership in the National Honor Society and several honor societies, including English, Science, Latin, Rho Kappa, and Mu Alpha Theta. Furthermore, she serves as the Chaplain of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society and is a member of the Medical Career Club.
Emma's aspirations extend beyond high school, as she hopes to attend the University of Florida and major in biomedical engineering. Her passion for service and faith are evident, as she shares, "I am really drawn to service organizations, and I want to share my faith with others. I truly hope that I can continue that passion through college and beyond."
Conner Subjinski, another outstanding senior at Bishop Kenny, maintains an equally demanding academic schedule and active involvement in extracurricular activities. As a two-sport athlete, competing in varsity football and soccer, Conner exemplifies his commitment to both academics and athletics. His achievements extend to academics, as he is a National Merit Scholar and has been recognized as a National Hispanic Scholar by the College Board. Conner's academic achievements are further highlighted through his membership in the National Honor Society and various honor societies, including English, Science, Spanish, Rho Kappa, and Mu Alpha Theta. Additionally, he is a member of several clubs, including Catholic Athletes for Christ, the History, Interact, and Spanish Clubs.
Conner aspires to pursue a major in civil engineering with a focus on construction management at either the University of Notre Dame or the University of Florida. His passion for football is unmistakable, and he doesn't rule out the possibility of trying to walk-on as a kicker in college. Conner's commitment to his sport is reflected in his dedication to passing on his knowledge to underclassmen, stating, "As kickers, we try to pass on our knowledge to the underclassmen coming up below us. I am thankful that the two kickers above me took the time to work with me, and I am doing my best to pay it forward."