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Seniors of the Month

CASA Seniors of the Month for December, 2019


Sydnee Mull & Noah Smull



Sydnee Mull

Congratulations to CASA Senior of the Month for December, Sydnee Mull!


She is a creative writing student who has been attending CASA since 9th grade.  She comes to CASA from Palmyra Area SD.

At CASA, Sydnee is an active member of our National Honor Society.  She also is a member of our spring musical, and assists with peer tutoring.  Outside of CASA, she works part-time at Hershey’s Chocolate World as a manager in the retail department, and models for Barbizon. 

Sydnee’s favorite CASA memory is sophomore year’s mid-year performance when the AM creative writers performed a family road trip skit.  Her favorite artistic piece she created at CASA is her children’s television show, Sherlock Bones, about two dog detectives.

In the future, Sydnee would like to attend college to major in Psychology, and then go on to become a member of the FBI.

Sydnee says that CASA has impacted her by pulling her out of a bad place in her life, and providing her with amazing friends and opportunities, and helping to lead her towards her future.  She says, “Thank you for always supporting me and helping to shape me into the young woman I am today.”

Congratulations, Sydnee!


 Noah Smull

Congratulations to CASA Senior of the Month for December, Noah Smull!

Noah is a music student who has been attending CASA since 9th grade.  He comes to CASA from East Pennsboro SD.

At CASA, Noah is the president of the Coexist Club, a member of National Honor Society, a member of the Music Theory Club, and the technical director of the fall play.  Outside of CASA, he takes performance classes at Gamut Theatre, and plays in the bands, The Watergate and Whit Waltman

Noah’s favorite CASA memory is wearing matching bolo ties with Dante Lomma to Winter Formal.  His favorite artistic piece he created has been his hosting of the morning announcements show, Late Night with CASA!

In the future, Noah would like to attend a college for music therapy. 

Noah says that CASA has helped him hone his craft as an artist and provided him with a strong community of artists, and some of the best friends he’ll ever have.  He would like to thank his “heart and soul”, Nadia El-Mourli, for helping him be a better person, as well as baby Stefan!  Finally, Noah would like to give a shout out to his bands, The Watergate and Whit Waltman, and ask for CASA followers to like them on Facebook, and follow them on Instagram @theWatergateofficial and @Whit_Waltman.

Congratulations, Noah!