SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: NOAH PITZER
Join us in celebrating our seniors.
NAME: Noah Pitzer
YEARS AT WC: 13
PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR: University of Cincinnati studying Industrial Design
CO-CURRICULAR INVOLVEMENT: played WC soccer for two years, involved in WC’s Broadcasting/Journalism program all four years; Ski Club for 1 year
ADDITIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Eagle Scout, owns his own aerial photography business, hosts his own YouTube channel
WHAT ELEMENT OF WC HAS HAD THE SINGLE GREATEST IMPACT ON YOU? Probably the community. We are all tight knit and Christ-fearing. It’s good to have friends you can tell anything and they will help you in any way they can.
WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR UNDERCLASSMEN? Take your work seriously, It makes a difference down the road. Also, use this time to explore electives and find your passions. It can even help you find your college major!
Like many of our graduating seniors, Noah has taken advantage of the many opportunities available to him both in and out of the classroom.
In order to become an Eagle Scout, Noah completed his service project at Grace Brethren Church Powell in 2015. Since then, he has taken on many leadership roles, including I continue to stay active to this day, and have taken on new leadership positions such as Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, Youth Eagle Advisor (Mentoring future Eagle Scouts about their project ideas, etc.) and the Video Production Specialist, filming the troop events and posting them to the Troop 200 YouTube Channel.
Noah has also used his skills and gifting with video production at WC, both within the classroom setting (Broadcasting/Journalism program) and projects outside of the classroom. Below is just one example of the many videos Noah has made for WC. In this particular project, Noah recorded a lesson for Mrs. Debbie Gilliland’s eighth grade science students.
Image provided by Creative Moments/Brian Shindle