CLASS OF 2006
A graduate of Catholic Memorial High School, is attending UW-Stevens Point and plans to major in art with a minor in psychology. During her high school career, Sadie played on the rugby team, which placed 3rd in the Midwest Regional. Sadie was selected to paint a mural depicting life in Puerto Rico.
“In portraying the culture and atmosphere of Puerto Rico, I wanted to convey their colorful and almost magical land through the colors I chose and the objects I painted. I chose to include El Morro in the painting because it displays a large part of recognizable Puerto Rican history. I also chose to include some of their houses in the painting. I thought they were truly beautiful, using all the colors of the rainbow. The focal point of my painting is a traditional Vejiante mask. They are worn during carnivals throughout the year, and display a unique aspect of Puerto Rican culture that immediately transports you into a magical world.” - Sadie Abler
Graduated early from Brookfield East and went to New Zealand to participate in the WWOOF program. She learned to organic farm with host families and will next attend college. In high school she was the co-founder of the ONE B'east Club, an organization aimed at helping children in Africa. She is also the president of Invisible Children and a two-time captain of the cross country team.
OWEN BENKOWSKI (HALLADA)
KIMBERLY CARSTENS (LAJINESS)
He is in a band that has performed at Summerfest on a main stage in 2012.
ALEX JANS (BOAZ)
KATIE KASSEL (BLAKE)
MICHAEL MADDEN (SEYDENWITZ)
EVAN RICKETTS (GIESEN)
Graduated from Catholic Memorial in 2010, and hopefully graduating from USC in 2014 in theater. She participated in National Honors Society in high school. She is currently living in California for school. Her best memory of PHWS are the plays, and the most useful thing she found was acting.
EMILY SPARENT (NELSON)
ZOE WHORRALL (BLOCK)
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