Sophia Schiaroli, left, Chris Doyle, Anthony Troupe are shown at the ceremony.
The Twin Valley Rotary Club honored Twin Valley High School seniors, Sophia Schiaroli and Anthony Troupe, on Oct. 19 as their students of the month.
Sophia Schiaroli has made the most of her high school experience by actively involving herself in a variety of organizations throughout Twin Valley and committing her time to her academics. She was the president of the class of 2017 for her sophomore and junior years, the president of prom committee, and is part of the student council executive board as chairman of the fundraising committee. Sophia also participates in Mini-THON where she’s held both VP and Treasurer Positions. To serve her musically inclined side, she is Co-Activities chairman of the Theater Arts Club and stars in both the fall workshops and the spring musical, where she recently played “Miss Gulch” in The Wizard of OZ. Her biggest contribution to the high school was her initiative to implement a recycling program within classrooms, and it has now become a legitimate student lead ‘Recycling Club.’ Most recently, she was selected to compete in the Berks County Outstanding Young Women scholarship competition and cherishes her experience. Sophia plans to pursue a career in a STEM field because she is fascinated by the sciences and hopes to attend the University of Pennsylvania.
Anthony Troupe is a senior at Twin Valley High School where he is involved in various extracurricular activities. He serves as the Vice President of both National Honors Society and Technology Student Association and is the chairman of Student Council’s Charity committee. He also plays football and is a member of the Twin Valley High School Heroes program. Over the course of his high school experience, Anthony is proud to have attended leadership opportunities such as the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference and the 7th Congressional District’s Youth Leadership Summit. He also attended the Summer Engineering Institute at Lehigh University this past summer. After graduating high school, Anthony’s future plans include attending college and majoring in mechanical engineering.