Senior of the Month

February 8, 2024

March Senior of the Month

Julia Stewart 


Julia is the daughter of Andy and Kristy Stewart. She has four siblings, Alyssa, Drew, Skylar, and Emily. Julia’s favorite family tradition is celebrating Christmas and watching The Sound of Music.While growing up she loved baking all kinds of sweet treats with her grandmother.

Her role model is her grandfather.

“He worked really hard his whole life and was always smiling. There was never a doubt he was happy. He also has lived a life to be proud of. He has so many cool stories. He is one of the kindest people I know and always showing Jesus through his actions.”

Extracurricular Activities, Volunteering, and Work

Julia played volleyball for two years, basketball all four years, and ran track one year. She also participated in travel basketball her freshmen year. In addition to sports, Julia is very active in 4-H and the Hancock County fair. She is also a member of the youth group at her church. National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, Prom Committee, Yearbook, Loud Crowd, and FCA are also among the long list of groups she is involved in! Julia makes time for babysitting and plans to work at the hospital while in college. She has volunteered at her church helping with Vacation Bible School and working in the nursery. Through 4-H, she volunteered planting flower beds and cleaning up the outdoors. Julia has been an office helper and teacher aide while in high school as well.

Enjoyment and the Future….

In her spare time, Julia can be found listening to music, reading, and enjoying the outdoors. Her favorite memories of high school have been the football games and Loud Crowd! She is looking forward to making some great memories these last few months of her senior year. Julia plans to complete the nursing program at the University of Findlay and earn her master’s in nursing in order to become a nurse practitioner. She is determined to continue working while in college in hopes to come out debt free. After school, she wants to be in a financial position where she can start a family.

What the staff has to say about Julia:

  • “Julia is one of those students that you really look forward to working with every day.
    She always has a smile on her face and a positive attitude in class. Her energy is
    infectious. In addition, Julia is one of the hardest working, most conscientious students in the senior class. She is always asking questions and engaging in discussion in order to make sure that she understands assignments and masters content. Her work ethic and overall positive attitude make her an absolute joy to have in class.”
  •  “Julia is such a sweet individual! She is ready with a smile and can work with anyone! She is passionate about her studies and has an excellent work ethic. Congratulations, Julia!”
  •  “Julia is kind and compassionate. She has a warm demeanor and a natural ability to
    make people feel at ease. Julia is a vital member of the Yearbook staff and demonstrates incredible levels of initiative, creativity, and dedication. Her positivity and integrity make her an excellent student, teammate, and classmate.”


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