Griffin Kaminski has been a student at Our Lady of the Lakes since he was in the 7th grade. He has played both football and baseball during his athletic career here at Lakes. His senior advice to underclassmen is “Don’t be ineligible.” While a student at Lakes, Griffin’s favorite subject was Team Sports, but his favorite teacher is Ms. Zaleski who says about Griffin, “He’s a great kid! While math isn’t his best subject, he always strives to make me proud by doing his best.
Isabelle Kline joined Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School and the Class of 2020 in fourth grade. The tennis and basketball player also is a part of Recycling Club and has joined a Drama production or two.
Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School celebrates the multi-talented Rachel Ferguson. If you’ve been in our building, you’ve probably seen the hand lettering work of Rachel in the middle school hallway or in Mr. Kullman’s office. Rachel has talents across the board she is a member of the National Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society, played 4 years of tennis, earned the Society of Women Engineers Marie Curie Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics, Student Council Vice President, and coordinated Red Cross Blood Drives.
Elizabeth Nardo, better known as Elize, has been at Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School since from her start in preschool. She leaves a lasting impression on everyone she meets, even if it’s a teacher’s first time having her in their class.
Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School would like to recognize Senior Kristina Carver on her outstanding Powerlifting accomplishments this past season. Kristina competed at the Michigan High School State Powerlifting meet at North Branch High School on March 8, 2020 and took 2nd place in her weight class! She had an overall total of 700 pounds with a 275 Squat, 125 Bench and 300 Deadlift. “We believed in you when you doubted yourself!” said Coach Mullins.
Yanjun Deng (Lancer) came to Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School from the city of Guangzhou, China. He joined us his sophomore year of high school and it did not take long for him to make his place at Lakes.
Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School Class of 2020 Peyton Bass has been offered a four-year scholarship to Carleton College worth over $300,000 that includes tuition, room and board, books, and travel expenses.