Each year, Seton LaSalle teams up with the Challenge Program, Inc. to help students develop the good habits they'll need to achieve success beyond SLS. The program shows students the positive outcomes to important choices they make every day for career readiness and success inside and outside of the classroom. Geared toward sophomores, juniors, and seniors, The Challenge Program presents students with local career opportunities and allows students to compete for financial awards in five areas linked with academic and workplace success: Attendance, Academic Improvement, Academic Excellence, STEM, and Community Service.
Five juniors and five seniors received awards from the work they accomplished in the 2018-19 school year, presented by Jonathan Gibson of Saint Francis University, who is Seton LaSalle's business partner in The Challenge Program. From left to right: Sam Carroll, '20 (Attendance); Maggie Butcher, '21 (Attendance); Skyler Wrubleski, '21 (STEM); Laina Wilson, '20 (Community Service); Isabella Martino, '21 (Community Service); Jacob Kubick, '20 (Academic Improvement); Francesca Memole, '21 (Academic Improvement); Zachary Hartlep, '20 (Academic Excellence), and Theresa Lyle, '21 (Academic Excellence). Not pictured: Rachel Fang, '20 (STEM).
Congratulations to last year's winners, and good luck to our current students as they compete for similar honors!