Click below to read Bishop Noll student Mary Buksa's latest column for NWIndiana Life. In the article, Mary interviews fellow student Alejandra Castellanos, teacher Mrs. Fredericksen, wraps up the winter formal and previews the spring musical.
"Sophomore Alejandra Castellanos always knew she wanted to be a labor and delivery nurse, but now that she has been introduced to BNI’s STEM and Engineering program, her eyes have been opened to new opportunities. Right now, she is taking Intro to Engineering to get a background in the profession. The next two years she plans to take more advanced engineering classes. Now in her sophomore year at Noll, she has accomplished many things. Castellanos in on the basketball and softball teams. Her freshman year she also played volleyball. This year she joined the yearbook committee, student ambassadors, student council, intercessory prayer group, and the RICHER program ..."
“I came to BNI because I loved the family atmosphere. Coming from a small Catholic grade school, I was able to excel and get to know everyone around me,” Castellanos said. “When I was younger, my school would come to Bishop Noll for an all school Mass or other visits. I saw that Bishop Noll had that family atmosphere I wanted to be in.” The BNI community is fortunate to have Castellanos as a Warrior, and will continue to support her at Noll.
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READ: Learn more about the BNI girls wrestling team, Noll freshman Adrianna Alvarez and Spanish teacher Mrs. Anna Hicks in sophomore Mary Buksa's latest article for NWIndianaLife.com. Be sure to check it out!