The following are Shoreline Rotary’s students of the month for December and January.
Alex Croutworst has been in Natural Helpers and is currently involved with ASB, a mentoring program for freshmen and National Honor Society. Alex has received the biology award, history award, high honor roll, student of the month and homecoming prince recognitions.
Alex enjoys going on mission trips. He has been to Mexico three times and Honduras three times. He also enjoyed helping out at church with Vacation Bible School and he is a part of student leadership. Alex also helps out at the retirement home at Crista. Alex has a passion for running, and he has run track for one year and cross country for four years. In the future, he plans on attending Azusa Pacific, Seattle Pacific or Northwest University. Alex wants to major in business and one day start his own business.
Victor Quan is the ASB president at King’s High. He was voted class prince, and was a two-time all-state player of the week in football.
He was football captain, an all-league running back and the recipient of the inspirational EMAK award voted on by his teammates. Victor has also received a King’s leadership award and was named AP history student of the term.
He’s involved in break dance ministry at Fairview Christian Church as well as puppet ministry for Sunday school. In the future, he plans to enter La Sierra University and someday complete medical school to become a pediatrician.
Galen Broderick is a senior at Shorecrest High School. He is the artistic director of Tattoo Literary Arts Magazine, as well as secretary of Interact community service club and treasurer of Math Team.
He also acts as a co-president of the Shorecrest Book Club. Galen enjoys drawing, writing and singing in his band, Dr. Sakellaris. He is learning to play guitar for his senior project, and he hopes to be proficient sometime soon. Next year he hopes to attend Brown University or Reed College to study gender roles in art history and comparative marine biology.
He maintains a stellar attitude in all his many endeavors. One day with luck he will write the great American novel or become an astronaut. Galen’s parents are Tom and Joyce Broderick of Lake Forest Park.
Vivian Lin is president of the Shorecrest Science Club. She is also a member of SAFE Club (Student Action for the Environment), National Honor Society, the Tattoo Literary Arts Magazine staff and Math Team.
Outside of school, she participates in Hwa Rang Do, a martial art, and has earned a brown belt. Vivian enjoys writing, especially short fiction and poetry. Last year, she earned second place in the Senior Literature category of the State PTA Reflections Contest. She is a National Merit semifinalist and an AP scholar.
In her spare time, she works as a volunteer at the University of Washington Medical Center and is a regular volunteer at the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Senior Center. In the future, she plans to pursue science, possibly in the biomedical field, and creative writing at the college level. Additionally, she hopes to eventually publish some of her writing.