Tracy Area High School

12th Grade


Athletic Involvement:

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)A leader of Tracy Area FCA huddles and lead bible studies and share testimonies to grades 4-12, National Honor Society (NHS) Vice-President of the National Honor Society, In NHS, students have to volunteer for a certain amount of required time. Peer helpers do certain school projects to help with students that have a rough time during high school. A part of peer helpers is big buddies, big buddies is a program where high school students are assigned a grade-schooler. The high school student then joins the younger student for lunch and recess once a month. I was blessed to get a student from Tracy’s private school, St. Marys, where I attended grade school. I participate in Cross-Country, Basketball, Track and Field.

Extracurricular School Activities/Community Involvement:

Brooke is very involved in her community and does multiple community service projects. She is involved in Tracy Lutheran Youth Group and has gone on multiple mission trips that involve helping the local community that they are in. She has volunteered in the Tracys community as well by gathering food for the food shelf, helping the Tracy Lions Club fill food boxes for the community, and helping and waffle feeds to raise money for NHS. Being apart of NHS has also given Brooke many opportunists to help out at school and around the community. Brooke is also a part of 4-H and is a member of the Currie Poco-a-Poco’s(which stands for little by little), and has played Bingo with the residents at the Slayton Nursing Home. Brooke has also helped on Community service days at school and has walked with residents at Tracy Nursing home and has cleaned up a Cemetery in Tracy as well.

Brooke Christian deserves to win this award for a plethora of reasons, her incredibly hard work ethic, passion, and care for her teammates is easy to see because she demonstrates them on a daily basis. Brooke applies her diligent work ethic in most everything she does: athletics, fine arts, or her academics. Always one of the last girls to leave following a practice, Brooke has shown great improvement over the past couple of years. Despite being involved in so many different extracurricular activities she is still able to put in extra time to perfect her craft. Brooke’s passion for the game and her teammates can be seen in her daily interactions with their teammates and coaches. Constantly asking for ways to improve and to aid her teammates with different thoughts/ideas. Always energized to try different moves to help herself out, Brooke is constantly demonstrating in practice what it’s like to be a leader by never taking a playoff. Her excellent encouragement and reinforcement of her teammates have benefited everyone on the team greatly and been welcomed site by her coaches as well.