Viking Christian Leaders for the Month of April

Congratulations to Viking Christian Leaders for April, Cameron Campbell ('20) and Cat Chan Chu ('20). A Viking Christian Leader exemplifies the culture of Christian leadership at WLHS by applying their God-given gifts in service to others.
Cameron is a member at New Life Worship Center and attended Garden Homes Lutheran Grade School.

Now a junior at Wisco, Cameron has been on the football team for three years, participated in basketball (9th grade), and currently is on the track team. He was on the Chick-Fil-A Leadership academy freshman year, and was selected for the Civil Rights Tour last year.

Cameron helps out at his church as a musician, playing drums, assisting with children’s ministry, and taking care of his younger siblings.

In his spare time, Cameron enjoys music, drawing, and exercising

After graduation from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, Cameron is interested in attending Northwestern University (Illinois), to pursue a law degree.

Cameron has been nominated for Viking Christian Leadership this month for his commitment to excellence and exemplary character. Cameron defines Christian leadership as "striving for knowledge so that you can be focused on your goals. Listen to your parents, and do what God says in the Bible so that you can be true to yourself."
 
Cat “Chan” Chu is one of our international students from Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. She attends St. Therese Catholic Church and attended Luong The Vinh for grade school in Vietnam. 

Currently a junior at Wisco, Cat has participated in soccer (11), was in the musical “The Sound of Music” this year, and performed a piano solo piece for WSMA. She is in forensics, is a runner for Central Office, and was selected for the Civil Rights Tour this year.

Cat volunteers for the food pantry at Risen Savior Lutheran Church and is a member of Wisco Witnesses in the World.

In her spare time, Cat enjoys movies, biking, and hiking.

After graduation from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, Cat plans to major in business and sociology.

Cat has been nominated for Viking Christian Leadership this month for her consideration towards others, her servant mindset and outstanding attitude. Cat defines Christian leadership as "being involved with and understanding of the people that you are serving, and by growing in leadership through group discussions."
 
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