Amy Heller was recognized as January’s Student of the Month by the Feasterville Rotary Club at its breakfast meeting on January 14th.
Amy resides in Feasterville with her parents Michael and Jeanne Heller. She has four older brothers. Amy was introduced to the Rotary by Mr. William Ritchey, 12th Grade Assistant Principal. She has attended Neshaminy schools for the past four years, and currently ranks 94th in her class of 645, with a GPA of 3.86.
Amy’s senior program of study includes Honors Calculus, Honors Psychology, Civics and Economics, Honors English 12, Spanish 5 Honors, Environmental Studies and Drawing and Painting.
She is the captain of the State Championship Lady Skins Soccer Team, played softball in grades nine and 10, basketball in grades nine, 10, and 12, and has played soccer for the United German Hungarians since she was 12-years-old.
Amy has been on the Distinguished Honor Roll from ninth grade to the present. She has been named an All-League Player in soccer in grades 10, 11 and 12. She is interested in all sports, math, numbers and drawing and will attend Philadelphia University in the fall of 2014 on her way to becoming an accountant.
PHOTO CAP: Pictured from left are NHS Assistant Principal William Ritchey, Feasterville Rotary President Ed MacConnell, Student of the Month Amy Heller, and Soccer Coach Rachel Clemens (State Coach of the Year).