Welcome to the Walled Lake Northern High School Student Activities portion of Lakes Valley Conference! Here are some highlights from the Walled Lake Northern High School Student Activities and Leadership groups. Enjoy! GO KNIGHTS!
Recently, WL Northern hosted their annual Volleyball Marathon fundraiser. Proceeds from this year’s fundraiser benefited Save a Child’s Heart, an organization that provides heart surgeries for child from around the world that otherwise would not get the treatment that they need to survive. The 2017 Volleyball marathon raised $22,590 dollars.
The marathon had many forms of entertainment for students to enjoy including a hypnotist, bungie run, volleyball and tons of donated food.
Greg Riley, WL Northern teacher said, “The entire building was part of the process this year. The competition between the classes made for an amazing week of fun and school spirit.”
First Row (L to R): Jack Powell, Ryan Lemanski, Jack McKenna, and Noah Izrailov Second Row (L to R): Brandi Kroll, Alayna Hackman, and Marley Booth
WL Northern Student Athletes Commit to Colleges
May 25, 2017 – Walled Lake Northern High School hosted a College Commitment event on May 22 for seven student athletes that plan to pursue athletics at the collegiate level. These seven athletes are Marley Booth, Alayna Hackman, Noah Izrailov, Brandi Kroll, Ryan Lemanski, Jack McKenna and Jack Powell.
Marley Booth plans to attend Rochester College to play softball. She is the daughter of Shelly and Steve Booth.
Alayna Hackman plans to attend Albion College to join the swim team. She is the daughter of Debbie and Christopher Hackman.
Noah Izrailov plans to attend the University of Michigan, Dearborn to play lacrosse. He is the son of Pauline and Emil Izrailov.
Brandi Kroll plans to attend Adrian College to join the track team. She is the daughter of Karen and Kevin Kroll.
Ryan Lemanski plans to attend Albion College to play lacrosse. He is the son of Teresa and Jeff Lemanski.
Jack McKenna plans to attend Michigan State University to play football. He is the son of Colleen and Brian McKenna.
Jack Powell plans to attend Defiance College to play baseball. He is the son of Kristen and William Powell.
(L to R) - Grace Pleace-Felix (Senior, Honorable Mention) and Gabriela Ferreira (Sophomore, Honorable Mention)
Walled Lake Northern Spanish language students succeed
May 25, 2017 – The Walled Lake Consolidated School District would like to congratulate several Spanish language students from Walled Lake Northern High School who attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2017 National Spanish Examinations.
Students from WL Northern earned a total of seven honorable mention awards this year. Honorable Mention was awarded to:
Students from Walled Lake Northern have a long history of achievement on these exams and were taught by Spanish teachers, Andrea Dashe, Maral Karadolian, Catherine Savone and Piper Smith. The students who take the exam do it as part of their active membership requirements in the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, or the National Spanish Honor Society. Northern's chapter, “Los caballeros andantes” (Knights Errant), was founded in 2006 by student, Audrey Topp, and teacher, Catherine Savone.
The National Spanish Examinations are administered each year throughout the country in grades 6 through 12, and are sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese.