Catherine Hanlon

Catherine is the daughter of Chris Hanlon of Elizabethtown and Jamie Hanlon of Marietta.

Catherine Hanlon

In the academic arena, the high school inducted Catherine into the prestigious T.H. Ebersole Chapter of the National Honor Society for exhibiting the four pillars of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. In addition, the high school faculty honored her with an academic excellence award in Human Anatomy and Physiology at the underclass awards program.

Catherine is an accomplished musician. She has been named to the Lancaster-Lebanon Music Educators Association All-County Choir, the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District and Regional Choirs, and won the Outstanding Soloist Award at the Virginia International Music Festival. She serves as the soprano section leader with the high school's concert and chamber choirs.

Catherine is active in numerous school activities. She is president and parliamentarian Award winner of the Model United Nations Club. She is the service chairperson for the Human Rights Club and a staff writer for the school newspaper. Catherine is also active with book club and Key CLub.

In the community, Catherine has performed at a benefit concert to support Lifepath Homeless Shelters. She has also coordinated and participated in numerous school-wide donation drives, collecting hygiene products, food items, and clothing. Catherine is employed at Masonic Villages as a dining attendant.

After graduation, Catherine plans to study biomedical sciences or chemistry at a four-year college or university with an ultimate goal of enrolling in medical school.



Bryce Kauffman

Bryce Kauffman

Bryce is the son of Lindsay and Jon Romig of Elizabethtown and Dave and Mackenzie Kauffman of Holtwood.

In the academic arena, Bryce is a regular member of the high school honor roll.

Bryce holds leadership positions in numerous school activities. He is captain of the high school Lacrosse team. He is also captain for Mini-THON and the Student Welfare Agency Team (SWAT) program.

In the community, Bryce is employed at Jackson's Window Shoppe and at Giant Food Stores.

After graduation, Bryce plans to study human biology at a four-year college or university with an ultimate goal of enrolling in medical school.