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Seniors of the Month

CASA Seniors of the Month for November, 2019


Emma Wylam & Amante Randolph



Emma Wylam

Congratulations to CASA Senior of the Month for November, Emma Wylam!

Emma is a Visual Art student who has been attending CASA since 10th grade.  She comes to CASA from Susquehanna Township School District.

At CASA, Emma is an active member of our National Honor Society.  She also has assisted in organizing both of CASA’s Visual Art pop-up shows.  Outside of CASA, she participates in the West Shore YMCA Swim Club and Susquehanna Township’s High School Swim Team, and volunteers with many organizations including the Jewish Home of Greater Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania Museum State Archives, and Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital.

Emma’s favorite CASA memory is participating in CASALive! last year.  Her favorite artistic piece she created at CASA is her most recent piece entitled, “As Above, So Below” for the last pop-up show.

In the future, Emma would like to attend Gettysburg College to obtain a degree in History while minoring in Fine Arts.  She would then like to receive her Master’s degree in History.    

Emma says that CASA has impacted her life by being wholly responsible for her growth within both her studies and her art.  She says, “I will never forget the connections I’ve made with my peers, as well as how they have made me strive to be the best person I can be.”  She would like to thank her teachers at CASA for making her want to come to school and for helping her find her confidence with her studies.

Congratulations, Emma!



 Amante Randolph

Congratulations to CASA Senior of the Month for November, Amante Randolph!

Amante is a Music student who has been attending CASA since 9th grade.  He comes to CASA from Harrisburg School District.

At CASA, Amante serves as a member of the fundraising committee of our Student Council.  Outside of CASA, he plays drums and keyboard at his church, participates in Taekwondo, and works at catering events. 

Amante’s favorite CASA memories are dancing to the YMCA with his friends at last year’s winter formal, and a field trip to the Franklin Institute his freshman year. His favorite artistic piece he created was his song, “If I am Wrong” for his 11th grade mid-year performance.

In the future, Amante would like to work for the United States Postal Service after graduation to earn money, and then attend a college to major in Audio Engineeringin order to become a successful music producer.

Amante says that CASA has impacted his life by letting him be creative and by allowing him to make many new friends along the way.  He would like to thank his family, friends, and teachers for building him into a respectful young man who cares deeply about his future.  He says, “I’m going to miss CASA when I graduate!”

Congratulations, Amante!