SIDNEY — The Sidney Noon Kiwanis Club named Angela Brunner their February 2020 Teen of the Month. Brunner is a senior at Lehman Catholic High School ranking first in her class.
Brunner is the daughter of Julie DeDomenic and John Brunner, of Sidney.
Her academic activities, honors and awards include Science Olympiad, Academia, Ohio Energy Project, National Honor Society, and Student Ambassador for Lehman. Brunner received the Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award. She has also received numerous Science Fair Awards, Science Olympiad Awards and Academic Excellence Awards in her four years at Lehman, such as the Governor’s Award for Biomedical Technology, first place in Zoology projects at district, and Superior at local, district, and state.
Her extracurricular, community activities, honors and awards include varsity tennis and softball, Mass server at Holy Angels Parish, Limelighters A Capella, Interact Club, Musical, Buckeye Girls State Delegate, District qualifier for tennis, tennis MVP, Gold and Silver Racquet Academic Awards for tennis, State First Team All Conference for softball, HOBY, Most Improved for tennis, and State Second Team All Conference for softball.
“Angela is a highly intelligent student with an outstanding work ethic. She has taken several of our rigorous courses, including Advanced Placement and College Credit Plus classes, throughout her four years at Lehman. I have had the opportunity to observe Angela over these past four years, and have been consistently impressed with her academic growth and her involvement in many of our extracurricular teams and clubs. Angela sets high goals for herself and then achieves them. Her involvement and leadership outside the classroom goes beyond the school’s expectations. She truly exemplifies our school’s purpose ‘to live Christ’s call to Be Great’,” Lehman Catholic High School Principal Denise Stauffer said.
Brunner plans to attend college and major in Marketing.