Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy is proud to announce that 134 students have earned The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA). The PVSA is the premier national volunteer awards program, encouraging citizens to live a life of service. Those earning the prestigious service award receive presidential gratitude and national recognition.
Service hours are measured over a 12-month period and awards are designated based on cumulative hours. The awards are offered in multiple levels and are designed to recognize each milestone of service achievement. Levels include bronze, silver, gold, and the highest honor, the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for those who contribute more than 4,000 hours of service in their lifetime.
The following students earned the Gold Award, which requires 100-250 service hours, depending on age:
Teens (11–15): Christina Admiraal, Addy Anderson, Isabelle Ballish, Lauren Carlson, Lindsey Carlson, Abby Cebulskie, Andrew Coors, Marlana Doepker, Max Ehlers, Ryan Eppert, Abby Fancett, Madelynn Glenn, Alex Goettsch, Ella Hansell, Josh Hayden, Chandler Huffman, Jaden Idris, Brian Jung, Jake Kaesemeyer, Mariana Kassen, Caleigh McFawn, Noah McRedmond, Mika Morris, Olivia Noh, Ava Overdeck, Abbie Scheib, Mae Schrantz, Stephen Tait, Rebecca Tipton, Austin Tran, Evangeline Winkler, and Charleigh Wright.
Young Adults (16-25): Kate Answini, Victory Bruns, Kaitlyn Lott, Elizabeth Santa, and Kiylah Smoot.
These following students earned the Silver Award, which requires 75-249 service hours, depending on age:
Teens (11–15): Josie Ahlers, Peyton Andry, Kate Brewer, Bailey Brunetti, Joi Burton, Kaitlyn Comstock, Evy Danemayer, Maddie Dietrichs, Kaveri Easwaran, Emma Figliola, Piper Fischer, Anna Gage, Logan Gould, Sofia Leni, Kaylie Noell, Eliza Plum, Raegan Robinson, Lorena Schardong, and Felicity Siu.
Young Adults (16-25): Grayson Arnold, Alexandra Bruner, Marcus Daley, Andrew Ghastine, Annelise Helwig, Ainsley Keyes, Alexa McFawn, Sophia Rempe, Liam Vanderwoude, and Mollie Wilkowski.
These following students earned the Bronze Award, which requires 50-174 service hours, depending on age:
Teens (11–15): Allison Barrick, Samantha Bennett, Sara Bornovali, Nick Broughton, Abigail Connor, Chase Crimmins, Nathaniel Dobyns, Morgan Federle, Austin Gibson, Robert Hayes, Naryia Hutchinson, Victoria Islas, Cooper Jepson, Drew Jordan, Kennedy Krieger, Nico Kushon, Emma Lafkas, Emmett Looman, Jacob Loveless, Roman Mahlerwein, Avery Meno, Kate Moran, Paige Murphy, Samantha Myers, Tanner Nix, Abby Null, Bella Panos, Andrew Parrish, Madeline Pickup, Katie Reagan, Carson Rueter, Bin-II Smoot, Anna Snell, Ella Spitzmiller, Rachel Sweeney, Brooklyn Tapp, Samantha Vibberts, Nicholas Wickler, Koah Wilson, Samuel Wright, and Kate Ziegenfuss.
Young Adults (16-25): Demi Ajibade, Jenna Brooks, Tyler Cebulskie, Tara Chalasani, Paul Collins, James Doyle, Mycah Droege, Brent Duckwall, Joshua Eng, Ken Fukuda, Tyler Gage, Grace Goodwin, Henry Heimlich, Grace Hippe, Kathryn Hodges, Natalie Hudepohl, Isaac Mills, Claire Mitchell, Jack O’Dea, Tahlia Peffly, Collin Rellar, Rachael Reynolds, William Saxby, Ava Tomlin, Colton Trees, Hailey Williams, and Faith Youngquist.
Along with the honor of Presidential recognition, recipients will receive a personalized certificate, an official pin, medallion or coin, and a congratulatory letter from the President of the United States.
“We’re so proud of these 134 students who reached outside of themselves to make the world a better place,” shared CHCA Student Outreach Coordinator, Karen Hordinski. “Whether they were planting native trees in urban communities, collecting food for local pantries, or raking leaves for elderly neighbors, these students have shown us what compassion in action looks like.”
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