St. Theresa’s Rodrigue earns Josephine Bahlinger Award
Lanna Rodrigue, an eighth-grade student at St. Theresa School, has been chosen as one of the winners of the Josephine Bahlinger Award.
She was interviewed last month along with 15 other students for the merit-based award, which is named in honor of St. Joseph’s Academy’s first graduate, in the class of 1877. It provides $4,000 toward freshman-year tuition to five incoming ninth-grade students, based on outstanding academic performance in elementary school; a history of standardized test scores in the 90th percentile; service to school or community; exemplary conduct record; active participation in co-curricular activities; and an essay and interview.
Lanna is the daughter of Aimee and Lenny Rodrigue, who are also the parents of a CHS graduate, Logan, and St. Theresa sixth-grader, Avery.