Congratulations to Ethan Enslen ('23) and Abigail Prosser ('23), who were selected as Viking Christian Leaders for the month of February under “The Wisco Way Word": Integrity. We thank God for the way Ethan and Abigail have modeled servant leadership at school and in the community. Any student or staff member may nominate a student for the Viking Christian Leadership Award which is presented each month to one young man and one young woman.
Ethan is from Waukesha, Wisconsin, and he is a member at Christ Big Bend, where he attended grade school.
Currently a junior at Wisco, Ethan has participated in Cross Country, Track, and band, and he has served as a mentor to an international student.
Ethan has also volunteered as an usher at his church.
In his spare time, Ethan enjoys running, playing games with his family, and taking care of his plants.
After graduation from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, Ethan plans to attend college.
Ethan characterizes integrity in Christian leadership as doing the right thing, even if no one is watching you.
Abigail is from Waukesha, Wisconsin, and she is a member at St. Paul’s Muskego, where she attended grade school.
Currently a junior at Wisco, Abigail has participated in volleyball, Student Council, WWW, and VCLA, and she has served as a mentor to an international student. She will also be going on this year’s Civil Rights Tour.
Abigail has volunteered at her church by playing the violin for services.
In her spare time, Abigail enjoys playing volleyball, spending time with friends and family, babysitting, and reading.
After graduation from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, Abigail is considering going to Martin Luther College to enter the teaching ministry.
Abigail characterizes integrity in Christian leadership as remaining faithful to God and his Word, even when it isn’t easy or when you won’t get any credit for it.