Senior students were recognized for their spirit, faith, service, leadership, character, humanitarianism, and pride.
This Senior Court is a reflection of our community. Each of these nominees are excellent examples to our school community of “all of which a woman is capable.” We’re proud to count you among our sisters. We typically hold this special event during Homecoming week, but, as with everything this year, plans shifted to make the best of our situation.
Kaisey Baker and nominees Emily Hamilton and Vanessa Real
Candidates in this category demonstrate energy, enthusiasm, and support in all school-sponsored activities. This individual possesses a strong sense of pride and dignity for her school. This person’s vitality creates and generates an exciting atmosphere in which others feel comfortable participating.
Stella Tuffli and nominees Emmy Dunn and Mollie Smith
Candidates in this category promote responsible living based on informed Christian conscience by modeling the Gospel message of love, forgiveness, charity, and peace. This individual recognizes the dignity and goodness of others and responds to them respectfully and lovingly.
Lauren Rivera and nominees Michaela Bacon and Julia Oertli
Candidates in this category are committed to serving others. Regardless of the difficulty and time constraints of the task, this candidate exemplifies what it means to be “selfless”. This candidate responds to the needs of her school, family, and community.
Jenna Clune and nominees Kaisey Baker and QE Wackowski
Candidates in this category demonstrate a commitment to others and help to encourage them in their endeavors. This person possesses clear decision-making skills and serves as an effective role model and positive leader. This candidate helps to lead and promote school activities and influences peers to uphold school ideals.
Vanessa Real and nominees Katherine Bindi and Catherine Devincenzi
Candidates in this category demonstrate the highest standards of honesty and reliability. This candidate is willing to stand up for positive change for the good of the whole community. This candidate makes decisions based on sound morals and values even when contrary to popular opinion.
Catherine Devincenzi and nominees Julianna Giammona and Caroline Kirkpatrick
Candidates in this category possess characteristics that promote a strong sense of friendship and sisterhood. This candidate is a friend to all and actively includes and supports classmates on a daily basis. This candidate shows a very real dedication to her school and community.
Candidates in this category embody the very spirit of Carondelet. They model all of which woman is capable and models the mission of our school daily through service, leadership, and compassion. This senior is well respected by their classmates.