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Since 1971, during the academic year the Waynesburg Lions Club, with the help of the WCHS faculty, recognizes 2 senior students each month based on the following criteria: academic standing, community service, school activities, character and sense of responsibility, performance (past & present). These students and their parents are invited to a club dinner meeting and given a certificate and pen/pencil set. From these 18 students, two are selected to be Students of the Year and at graduation are each awarded $1000 scholarship.

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Congratulations to the WCHS Waynesburg Lions Club scholarship winners ūüéď Class of 2023!

Sarah Stephenson & Caleb Hartman

 

WCHS Lions Club Students of the Month for May

       The Lions Club students of the month for May are Emily Mahle and Kaci Tedrow.

                Emily Mahle is the daughter of Candy and TR Mahle of Waynesburg. She has earned a 3.93 GPA throughout high school. She has stayed very busy at WCHS as a member of the soccer team, track and field team, yearbook club, student council and alpha beta club.

Emily is a four-year letterman in both soccer and track. She has twice been recognized as a Greene County athlete of the Month. Her soccer teams have qualified for the WPIAL playoffs three times. She is a section champion in the high jump, pole vault and the 4 x 100m relay. Emily was an indoor track state qualifier in the high jump and was invited to the New Balance indoor nationals. She has tied the WCHS record in the high jump.

Outside of school Emily has worked jobs as a flower shop employee, food server, babysitter, tutor and lifeguard.

In her free time Emily enjoys lifting weights and exercising. 

Her future plans are to attend California University of PA, and major in Criminal Justice- International and Homeland Security with a minor in Psychology.

Kaci Tedrow is the daughter of Kelly and Thomas Tedrow of Waynesburg. She has earned straight ‘A’s for her entire high school career. Kaci has been a member of the Spanish Club, Alpha Beta, Book Club, Leo Club, Art Club, the Prom Committee, and a member of the National Honor Society. She served as the Sophomore Class President.

In addition to straight ‘A’s, Kaci achieved perfect attendance for several years of high school. She has earned academic awards in Honors Chemistry and Functions/Statistics/Trigonometry. Kaci was awarded the Patriot’s Pen 2nd Place Winner for her writing.

Kaci loves to dance. For the past 13 years she has danced at Time to Dance with Kel and Co and InMotion. She also enjoys traveling, camping and spending time with her friends and family. Kaci is currently working part-time at Subway.

Kaci’s future plans are to attend East Carolina University to pursue a career in nursing, with specialization in the neonatal intensive care unit.

WCHS Lions Club Students of the Month for April

                The Lions Club students of the month for April are Morgan Bedilion and Ava Makel.

 

                Morgan Bedilion is the daughter of David and Kimberly Bedilion of Waynesburg. She has carried a 3.5 GPA throughout high school. She has stayed very busy at WCHS. Morgan has been a member of the Spanish club for three years. She has also been a member of Theater Tech, Drama, and the Ski Club.

                Ms. Bedilion spends a lot of time working in the local community. She has been involved with Huffman’s Auctions and her family’s business, Morgan’s Treasures, for years. She has also spent time volunteering at the Cherry Door.

                Morgan loves to travel and use her experiences to learn new things. She also enjoys visiting museums. In her free time, Morgan enjoys building puzzles.

                In the fall, Morgan will attend Waynesburg University.

 

                Ava Makel is the daughter of Jason and Olivia Makel of Waynesburg. She has earned a 3.85 GPA into her senior year. She has been a member of the National Honor Society, the Alpha Beta club and the Yearbook Club. Ava has also been a member of the Art Club, serving as the president.

                Ava enjoys creating things. She spends her time painting, cooking and lifting weights.

                Last summer she worked an internship at the Greene County Department of Recreation.

                Next year Ava plans to attend Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She will major in nutrition science.

WCHS Lions Club Students of the Month for May

 

WCHS Lions Club Students of the Month for March!
The Lions Club students of the month for March are Abigail Phillips and Ajay Mankey
Abigail Phillips is the daughter of Robert and Cheri Phillips of Spraggs. She has carried a 3.94 GPA into her senior year. At WCHS she has been a member of the Art Club and the Spanish Club. She has served as the treasurer for the Spanish Club.
Outside of school Abigail attends the Spraggs United Methodist Church. She has volunteered her time there and participates in their Youth Group.
Ms. Phillips works at Dickey’s Barbecue Pit.
In her free time, Ms. Phillips enjoys art and music.
After graduation Abigail plans to attend PennWest California University. She will pursue a career in elementary education with emphasis in special education.
Ajay Mankey is the son of Greg Mankey and Rebecca Litwinovich of Waynesburg. Ajay has earned a 3.5 GPA in high school.
Ajay is serving as the Vice President of the Senior Class of 2023. Mr Mankey’s favorite classes in school are Graphic Design and Forestry.
After school, Ajay works at Kiln to Table and Bounce Around Party Rentals. In his free time he enjoys painting, drawing, lifting weights and running. Ajay is a big fan of 1970’s music. He likes spending time with friends and forming connections with the people around him.
Ajay’s future plans are to serve the country by joining the US Coast Guard.
 
WCHS Lions Club Students of the Month for February
‚ÄčThe Lions Club students of the month for February are Aidan Kirby and Hannah Heldreth.
‚ÄčAidan Kirby is the son of Jessica and Brian Kirby of Waynesburg. He has earned a 3.9 GPA through high school. He has stayed very busy at WCHS as a member of the Yearbook Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, NHS, and the Baseball team. Aidan has played baseball since he was 5 years old. He has been a letterman every year of high school. He has also been awarded for his performance in AP US History and FST.
‚ÄčOutside of school Aidan works as a cashier at Giant Eagle and on the family farm. He has also volunteered for the Knights of Columbus.
In his free time Aidan enjoys hanging out with friends and family. He is the commissioner of his fantasy football league and the co-founder of the Waynesburg Wiffleball League. He enjoys taking photos and collecting Legos. Aidan attends St. Anne’s parish.
Aidan’s future plans are to Attend Washington and Jefferson College and major in chemistry.
Hannah Heldreth is the daughter of Alan and Jill Heldreth of Mount Morris. Hannah has earned a 3.9 GPA throughout high school. She has been a member of Alpha Beta Club, the Prom Committee, Yearbook, Newspaper, National Honor Society and the Spanish Club.
Hannah has shot competitively as a member of the WCHS rifle team. She has earned a varsity letter for the past three years. Her teams won the section title during her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons.
Outside of school Hannah has worked as a babysitter and in the title department of Mountain State Auto Auctions. She attends the Waynesburg First Church of the Nazarene.
In her free time Hannah enjoys traveling, reading, baking, and shopping. She enjoys working out and spending time with her friends, family and dogs.
‚ÄčHannah’s future plans are to attend Penn West California to study Communication Disorders and earn a degree in Speech Pathology.
 
WCHS Waynesburg Lions Club Students of the Month for January
‚ÄčThe Waynesburg Lions Club students of the month for January are Loren Schroyer and Drew Layton.
‚ÄčLoren Schroyer is the daughter of Joel and Courtney Schroyer of Waynesburg. She has carried a 3.95 GPA into her senior year. Loren has stayed very busy at WCHS. She is a member of Student Council, the National Honor Society and has served as the vice president of the Alpha Beta Club. Loren has been a Homecoming attendant during her Sophomore and Senior years. She was on the Cinderella Court during her Junior and Senior years. Loren also represented WCHS as Miss Merry Christmas this past holiday season.
‚ÄčIn her free time Loren loves to travel and try out new restaurants. She also enjoys reading and spending time with friends and family.
‚ÄčOutside of school, Loren loves to dance. She is a competitive dancer with FireWALL Dance Theater. Loren has been dancing for 16 years. She was accepted into Point Park University's Conservatory of the Performing Arts. Her future plans are to pursue a dual major in dancing and education.
‚ÄčLoren has worked at the Waynesburg Aquatic Center and is currently a barista at Kiln to Table. Someday she will live in New York City and perform on Broadway.
‚ÄčDrew Layton is the son of Rick and Andrea Layton of Waynesburg. He has earned straight ‘A’s throughout high school. At WCHS he has been a member of the Ski Club, NHS, and the Track and Soccer teams. He has been on the Homecoming and Cinderella Ball Courts. He was the 2022 WCHS Homecoming King.
‚ÄčDrew loves to compete. He is a 4-year letterman on the soccer team. He has served as a captain for the past two years and was recognized as All-Section last season. Drew’s real talent is in the pole vault. Last track season he was the WPIAL pole vault champion. He was the PIAA runner-up during the indoor and outdoor seasons. Along the way, he won several huge competitions at the TSTCA meet and New Balance Rising Stars meet. Drew has trained very hard to hone his craft. He is a member of the Steel City Pole Vault Club and Vault Shack Club.
‚ÄčWhen he is not competing, Drew enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors. He is a very picky eater.
‚ÄčHis future plans are to attend a four-year college and major in environmental science while continuing his track and field career.

WCHS Waynesburg Lions Club Students of the Month for December

                The Lions Club students of the month for December are Aiden Moore and Carly Whyte.

                Aiden Moore is the son of Jamie and Jessica Moore of Waynesburg. Aiden has earned a 4.0 GPA through high school. At school he is a member of the Academic League Team, NHS, Engineering Club, FBLA, Golf, Chorus, and E-sports team.

                Through his hard work he has earned the Academic Excellence Award from the Challenge Program. His team also won 1st place for their invention at Waynesburg University’s “Something from Nothing Innovation Challenge”

                Outside of school Aiden enjoys spending time with friends and family and playing video games. In the summers he works as a camp counselor at Greene County Day Camp.

                Aiden attends Fairall United Methodist Church and the Crossroads Youth Group.

                Aiden’s future plans are to attend a 4-year University and major in electrical engineering.

                Carly Whyte is the daughter of Cliff Whyte and Rebecca Johnson of Waynesburg. Carly has earned a 3.95 GPA into her senior year.

Carly is a member and president of the Waynesburg FFA. She stays very busy with her animals and presenting them at local shows. She has held multiple positions in the FFA including vice president and president. Carly and her animals have earned the following awards: Supreme Champion Ewe (2021), Supreme Champion Ewe (2022), Grand Champion County Bred lamb (2021) and Grand Champion County Bred Lamb (2022).

                Outside of school Carly is a member of 4-H where she shows market lambs and market steers. In the summer she shows her lambs in a statewide show series.

She also attends a Methodist church.

                Carly’s future plans are to pursue a degree in animal science and management.

WCHS Waynesburg Lions Club Students of the Month for November

        The Lions Club students of the month for November are Vivian Greenwood and Caleb Hartman.

                Vivian is the daughter of Yvonne Barnhart and Craig Greenwood of Waynesburg. She has earned a 4.0 GPA throughout her high school career. Vivian has stayed very busy in high school. She has been an active member of the Debate Team, Student Council, Spanish Club, Alpha Beta (Secretary), GSA, Art Club, Prom Committee, NHS, Leo Club, Academic League, Varsity Soccer Team, Creative Writing Club, Book Club, and the Gifted Program. As a student at WCHS, Vivian has earned the Anna Gordon Meighan award in World Cultures.  She was also recognized 3rd in the state through the American Legion Essay Contest.

                Vivian spends a lot of her time volunteering in the community. This past summer she worked for the local library for their Summer Reading Program. She has also worked with the Leo Club, and volunteered for Greene County Youth Soccer Camps and Kel & Co. Dance Company.

                Ms. Greenwood is very interested in politics. She has worked locally on political campaigns. She has tried to stay involved in local politics and has met with county Commissioners, State Representatives and a District judge in efforts to learn as much as possible about politics.

                Vivian’s future plans are to attend college and double major in public health and public policy. She intends to earn a law degree and work in government as a policy maker.

 

                Caleb Hartman is the son of Brad and Amy Hartman of Waynesburg. Caleb has earned a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. He has been the president of the Creative Writing Club, and a member of Student Council, Future Business Leaders of America, Spanish Club, Reading Competition Team, Light board manager for Drama Club, and NHS. Through his work with FBLA Caleb traveled to Chicago and participated in the national competition. Mr. Hartman is the senior class secretary. For the past two years Caleb has dual enrolled and taken classes at Waynesburg University. 

Caleb spends much of his time in service of others. He has taught art classes at Bowlby Library for the past four years. He also spends a lot of time serving through his church, First United Methodist of Waynesburg. Caleb is on the Administrative Board for his church and serves on the Finance and Missions committees. Caleb heads the Operation Christmas Child ministry. This past year they filled 313 shoeboxes for children in underprivileged countries. He has also been recognized for his community service through the Challenge Program.

In his free time, Caleb enjoys spending time with friends and family, and traveling.

                Caleb’s future plans are to attend college and major in computer science and mathematics.

 

WCHS Lions Club Students of the Month for October

    The Lions Club students of the month for October are Jade Barnhart and Jordan Dean.

    Jade is the daughter of Robert and Jillian Barnhart of Waynesburg. Jade has earned a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. While at WCHS Jade has been a member of the Marching band, concert band, pep band, debate team, student council, Spanish club, and Future Business Leaders of America. Jade enjoys studying business and earned first place in the region in accounting through her work with FBLA.
    Outside of school Jade attends the Waynesburg Church of Christ where she also serves as a custodian. She has also volunteered her time for art classes at the local library.
    Last year Jade attended the Washington Journalism and Media Conference. During her free time Jade enjoys reading, writing and listening to music.
    Her future plans are to attend college for accounting and entrepreneurship and eventually open her own accounting business.

    Jordan Dean is the daughter of Stanley and Kelli Dean of Spraggs. Jordan has earned at 4.0 GPA into her senior year. Jordan has stayed very busy at WCHS. She has been a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, the alpha beta club, and the Leo club.
    Jordan also loves to run. She has been a member of the cross country and track teams. She had an outstanding track season last year. She was the section champion in the 800m and broke the school record in the 300m hurdles. For her efforts she was recognized as the Greene Saver Athlete of the Month in June. She also has top 20 finishes at the Mingo Classic and TSTCA Championships this cross country season. Outside of school Jordan trains at Viking Performance to help with her running. She also help to train younger athletes at summer Track and Field camps.
    Jordan is a member of the Olive United Methodist Church. During her free time she loves spending time outdoors and with friends and family.
    Jordan’s future plans are to attend a college and earn a degree in nursing while continuing her running career.

 

WCHS Lions Club Students of the Month for September
The Lions Club students of the month for September are Sarah Stephenson and Nate Jones.
Sarah Stephenson is the daughter of Bob and Kristi Stephenson of Waynesburg. She has stayed very busy at WCHS. Sarah has earned a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. She has been a member of the Alpha Beta Club, Student Council and the Future Business Leaders of America.
Sarah loves volleyball. She is a four-year letterman on the varsity volleyball team. This season she has served as captain. She has been recognized as an All-Section and All-WPIAL volleyball player. In addition she is a member of Pittsburgh Elite Volleyball Association.
Outside of school Sarah attends the Waynesburg First Church of the Nazarene. The also works as a lifeguard at the Waynesburg Aquatic Center.
In her free time she enjoys lifting weights and reading.
Sarah’s future plans are to attend college and pursue a job as an anesthesiologist and continue her volleyball career.
Nate Jones is the son of Kevin and Amy Jones of Waynesburg. He has earned a 4.0 GPA through high school. Nate is a member of the National Honor Society and the WCHS Engineering Club. Nate was the 2021 Bausch and Lomb Science Award recipient.
Nate loves sports. He is a three-year letterman on the soccer team. He was named to the All-Section soccer team. He is a two-year letterman on the wrestling team. He was a section champion in wrestling, 6th in the WPIAL and named to the All-County wrestling team. Nate was a letterman and state qualifier in track and field last season. He is also a letterman in football.
After school Nate loves attending other sporting events and cheering with his friends.
Outside of school Mr. Jones attends St. Anne’s church. He also works as a lifeguard at Waynesburg Aquatic Center.
Nate’s future plans are to attend a 4-year university and major in mechanical engineering.

Congratulations to our Waynesburg Lions Club Students of the Year, Class of 2022 - Alexis Mason and Ethan Maxwell!

The Lions club Students of the Month for May are Brianna Burk and Madelyn Klein. 

Brianna Burk is the daughter of Gina Burk of Waynesburg. Brianna has earned a 4.0 GPA  throughout high school. While at WCHS she has been a member of the National Honor Society, the Academic League team, the Marching Band and the Art Club. Her art has been featured in the high school lobby. 

Brianna has also served as the captain of the Colorguard. 

Brianna also has the distinction of being a science ‘Ironman’. She is the only senior to take AP Physics and Honors Chemistry. 

Outside of school Brianna enjoys dancing. 

Her future plans are to attend Indiana University of Pennsylvania and major in Mathematics and Physics. 

Madelyn Klein is the daughter of Hunter and Melissa Klein of Waynesburg. She has earned a 4.0 GPA her entire high school career. 

At WCHS Madelyn has been a member of the Marching Band, the Concert Band, the Drama Club, the Spanish Club, the Creative Writing Club and the Academic League team. 

Ms. Klein has been honored as a member of the All-County Band. 

She also earned an attendance award through the Challenge Program. 

Madelyn loves the arts and being creative. She sings, acts, writes poetry and enjoys fashion. She has earned a scholastic silver key distinction for her poetry. 

Madelyn’s future plans are to attend West Virginia University and major in Music. 

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The Lions Club students of the Month from WCHS are Nate Kirby and Miranda Hitt.

Nate Kirby is the son of Travis and Chastity Kirby of Waynesburg. He has carried a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. Nate is a member of the Football team, the Wrestling team and the Track and Field team. He has been a member of Student Council, the Leo Club, Future Business Leaders of America, National Honor Society, the Physics Club and the Engineering and Design Club. 

Nate has been recognized as a 4-time football letterman, and a 3-time wrestling letterman. He has served as the captain for both teams. He has been honored twice as a Greene County football All-Star, and a 1st team All-Conference linebacker. This winter Nate was a regional wrestling qualifier. He has also qualified through FBLA for the state competition in Financial Math and Sports and Entertainment Management events. He was the winner of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award. 

Outside of school Nate attends the Rolling Meadows Church of God. He has worked at Plieger Plastics and as a camp counselor at the EQT Rec Center. In his free time Mr. Kirby enjoys spending time with family, weightlifting, hunting and playing video games. 

Nate’s future plans are to attend West Virginia University and major in electrical engineering. 
 
Myranda Hitt is the daughter of Billy and Charlotte Hitt of Mount Morris. She has earned a 4.0 GPA through her high school career. Myranda is a member of the Spanish Club and president of the Creative Writing Club.
 
Miss Hitt loves to write. In 2021 she earned a Silver Key for Poetry in Scholastic Writing. In 2022 she earned Honorable Mention for her Portfolio of Work in Scholastic Writing. 

Outside of school she continues to read and write. She also enjoys gardening and taking care of the Earth. Myranda has worked for several years as an Elementary Tutor. 

Myranda’s future plans are to open an apothecary and sell herbal teas and tinctures. She also intends to be an author.

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Lions Club WCHS Students of the Month for March 

‚ÄčThe Lions Club students of the Month from WCHS are Jordan Steinmiller and Jasmine Rowan.
 
‚ÄčJordan Steinmiller is the daughter of Samantha Steinmiller of Waynesburg. She has been a member of the Art Club, the Drama Club, and the Creative Writing Club. She has served as the vice president of the Art and Creative Writing clubs.

‚ÄčMiss Steinmiller loves music. She is the WCHS drum major and is a member of the marching, concert and pep bands. Outside of school she teaches flute to young children.

‚ÄčJordan appreciates all of the fine arts. In her free time she enjoys music , art , writing , dancing , acting , and video games. She attends St Ann Roman Catholic Church.

‚ÄčJordan’s future plans are to attend Duquesne University and have a future involving music.
 
‚ÄčJasmine Rowan is the daughter of Chris and Erin Rowan of Mount Morris. She takes her studies very seriously and has carried a 4.0 GPA throughout her high school career.

‚ÄčJasmine is a very well-rounded student. She has been a member of the Spanish Club, the Alpha Beta Club and the Art Club.

‚ÄčMiss Rowan also enjoys helping people. Her future plans are to attend Waynesburg University. She intends to pursue a major in biology and pre-med with a goal of attending medical school and becoming an anesthesiologist.

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Lions Club WCHS Students of the Month for February
 
‚ÄčThe Lions Club students of the Month from WCHS are Ruthie Simmons and Robert McElheny.
 
‚ÄčRuthie Simmons is the daughter of Crystal Simmons of Spraggs.‚ÄčWhile at WCHS, Ms. Simmons has worked as part of the Upward Bound Program through California University of PA. She has prepared for college and honed her study skills through this program. She has also earned Top 5 honors in just about every math class she has taken.
‚Äč Outside of school Ruthie enjoys Art and Gardening. She also spends a lot of time taking care of her younger siblings. Ruthie works part-time as a sales associate at Big Lots.
Ruthie intends to earn a degree in a science-based major. She would like to pursue a career as a pediatric, heart or general surgeon.
 
‚ÄčRobert McElheny is the son of Kevin and Kathleen McElheny of Waynesburg. Robert has stayed very busy at WCHS. He has been an active member of the Tech Crew, the Chess Club, the Academic League team, and the Creative Writing Club.
‚ÄčRobert has a passion for music. He has been a member of the Waynesburg Marching Band and Concert Band. He has also played in the Symphonic Band and Jazz Ensemble at Waynesburg University. He has been a member of the District Band 1 West. Robert has a wide range of musical interests and talents.  
‚ÄčRobert’s future plans are to attend a college and major in computer science.

 

Lions Club WCHS Students of the Month for January

                The students of the month for January are Shelby Roesler and Matt Ankrom.

                Shelby is the daughter of Jamie and Cody Hollenbeck of Waynesburg. She has carried a 4.0 GPA into her senior year. At WCHS Shelby has been a member of the National Honor Society, the Academic League Team and has served as a treasurer for the Art Club. She also attends courses at Waynesburg University.

                Shelby loves music. She is a trombone player for the marching band, the pep band, the PMEA band and the concert band.

                She has been recognized for her art. Shelby was the WCHS artist of the month for December. Her art was displayed in the high school lobby. She was also awarded the Waldman International Arts and Writing Competition 2nd Place Visual Arts Scholarship.

                Outside of school Shelby enjoys spending time with friends, reading, and hiking. She volunteers with the Salvation Army. She enjoys working with animals. Shelby has worked at Kritter Kuts and Kennels and as a pet sitter.

                Her future plans are to pursue a degree in psychology at a university where she can also play in the band and focus on the arts. Shelby recently moved to Waynesburg during the pandemic and credits the WCHS trombone section with easing her transition to a new school.

                Matt Ankrom is the son of Tom and Kelly Ankrom of Waynesburg.

                While at WCHS Matt has been involved in the choir, the National Honor Society, the baseball team and the golf team. He is a four-year letterman in golf. This year he served as the team captain. He has been recognized as an all-county athlete and is a two-time Tricada golf champion.

                Matt also excels at baseball. He is a three-year letterman. He was the team captain last year, and was selected as an all-county baseball player. He also won the baseball Iron Man Award.

                Mr. Ankrom is very involved in his church community. He is a member of Jefferson Baptist Church. He plays guitar there as a member of the worship team. He is also a member of the youth group and serves as a bible teacher. In the summers Matt has worked as a counselor at Children’s Bible Ministries.

Matt’s future plans are to attend Waynesburg University and major in biblical and ministry studies.

Matt loves the Lord and would like to remind everyone about Romans 5:8. “While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

 

Lions Club WCHS Students of the Month for December
The students of the month for December are Alexandra Schultz and Ryan Lin.
Alexandra is the daughter of Kris Schultz and Cindy Orndoff of Waynesburg. She has earned a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. She has been a member of the National Honor Society, the Aquaponics Club and the FFA. The FFA has been a huge part of Alex’s life. She has served as the President of the Waynesburg Chapter of the FFA for the past year. She has earned the prestigious FFA Keystone Degree.
Outside of school, Alex enjoys raising meat rabbits, baling hay and spending time with family. She also works as a waitress at Bob Evans. She attends the Pigeon Creek Presbyterian Church.
Alex’s future plans are to attend WVU and earn a degree in petroleum engineering.
Ryan Lin is the son of Qing Song Lin and Yu Jin Zhu Lin of Waynesburg. He has carried a 4.0 GPA throughout high school. At WCHS he has been a member of NHS, Student Council, Physics Club, Leo Club, Spanish Club and Academic League. Ryan is the treasurer of the senior class. He has also trained with the marching, concert and pep bands playing the French horn and mellophone.
Ryan has earned several awards from the Challenge Program for STEM and community service. He has also been awarded the gold seal.
Outside of school Ryan works at his parents restaurant, China 88.
Ryan’s future plans are to attend college and major in mathematics.
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Lions Club WCHS Students of the Month for November

                The students of the month for November are Clara Paige Miller and Colton Stoneking.

                Clara Paige Miller is the daughter of Bryan and Kim Miller of Waynesburg. Clara Paige has earned a 4.0 GPA throughout high school.               

                At WCHS Ms. Miller has been a member of the National Honor Society, the AlphaBeta Club, the Spanish Club the Aquaponics Club and Student Council. She was voted the 2021 Waynesburg Central Homecoming Queen.

                Clara Paige loves sports. She is a 4-year basketball letterman and a 3-year track and field letterman. Basketball is her true passion. She has been selected as first-team All Section, and second-team All District. In her free time she volunteers to teach basketball to younger athletes. When Clara Paige is not participating in sports she enjoys watching them with her friends and family.

                Ms. Miller attends the First United Methodist Church of Waynesburg. In the summers she works as a lifeguard.

                Clara Paige’s future plans are to attend college and pursue a degree in the medical field, and play basketball.

                Colton Stoneking is the son of Lynn and Phil Stoneking of Waynesburg. Colton has earned a 4.0 GPA in high school.

                While in school Colton has been a member of the Future Business Leaders of America.

                Colton lives to wrestle. He has been an avid wrestler for years. He was a member of the State Champion Waynesburg Wrestling team in 2020. He was 5th in the state in the individual competition. He has even served as a volunteer for the Waynesburg Youth Wrestling Tournament.

                Outside of school Colton enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time with friends.  He also works doing lawn care and as a camp counselor at the EQT rec center.

                Colton’s future plans are to attend college where he can wrestle and pursue a degree in business and graphic design.

 

 

 

The Waynesburg Lions Club October students of the month -
‚ÄčLauren Strelick and Bryce Clutter.
 
‚Äč‚ÄčLauren is the daughter of Brian and Chera Strelick of Waynesburg. She has earned a 3.9 GPA throughout high school.
‚ÄčLauren is a 4-year letterman in soccer and a 2-year letterman in track and field. She is a member of Student Council, NHS, Alpha beta club, and the ski club. Ms. Strelick is very involved in the FFA. She has served as an FFA officer for three years. She has earned an FFA chapter award and a greenhand degree.
‚ÄčOutside of school, Lauren loves riding horses. She rides at Seldom Seen Farm and is a member of the English Saddleseat Riding Show team.
‚ÄčLauren is an active member of the First Baptist Church of Waynesburg. She teaches children’s church and has traveled with the church on Mission trips.
‚ÄčMs. Strelick is also a certified lifeguard. She has worked at the Greene County Aquatic Center and Mylan Aquatic center. ‚Äč
‚ÄčMs. Strelick is a Member of the Waynesburg University Achievement Academy. She will attend Waynesburg University next fall and pursue a degree in Forensic Investigation. She plans to someday work for the FBI.
‚ÄčBryce Clutter is the son of Terry and Keri Clutter of Waynesburg. Bryce has earned straight ‘A’s throughout high school.
‚ÄčBryce has stayed very busy at WCHS. He is a member of NHS, the soccer team, the Spanish Club, the drama club and the academic league. He also plays drums in the marching band, pep band and percussion ensemble.
‚ÄčMr. Clutter loves soccer. He is a soccer letterman and has worked as a referee for the Greene County Soccer Association for the past four years.
‚ÄčOutside of school, Bryce attends the Crossroads Youth Group.
‚ÄčBryce’s future plans are to attend college and major in engineering.
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