SYDNEY JARAMILLO, daughter of Richard and Robin Jaramillo of Woolwich Township.

School Activities: National Honor Society, varsity member and Captain of the Swim Team, and a Renaissance Committee volunteer member.

Out of School Activities: Sydney is a competitive swimmer for the Greater Philadelphia Aquatic Club, a volunteer staff member for the Hearts United Against Cancer Organization, a volunteer for a youth swimming mentor program for Wenonah Swim Club and Greater Philadelphia Aquatic Club.  Sydney also works as a lifeguard for Wenonah Swim Club and gives private swim lessons here as well.

Honors/Awards:  STEM Academy student, Most Valuable Swimmer for Kingsway Regional High School Swim Team (2014, 2015, and 2016), Gloucester County/Tri-County First Team All-Conference in swimming (2014, 2015, and 2016), State Qualifier in 100 butterfly (2016), Kingsway Regional High School Winter Athlete of the Month (2014, 2015, and 2016), and South Jersey All-Area Swim Team (2014, 2015, and 2016).

Future Plans:  Sydney plans on attending either Rowan University or The University of Mount Union to receive a bachelor’s degree in biology.  She then, hopefully, would like to move on to obtain a Ph.D. and M.D. to hit off her career as a research pathologist, specializing in oncology.


LINDSAY KROTT, daughter of Steve and Leslie Krott of Woolwich Township.

School Activities: National Honor Society, co-editor of the Yearbook, two-year drum major of the Marching Band, Interact, Habitat for Humanity, and Student Ambassador.

Out of School Activities:  Mentor for inBeTWEEN girls, buddy for TOPSports, and CVS employee.

Honors/Awards:  STEM Academy student.

Future Plans:  Lindsay plans to go to college to become a nurse practitioner in pediatrics or adolescent medicine.





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