Harvey, D'Antonio named Seniors of the Month
10/29/2014 01:34AM ● Published by Lev
Oxford Area High School students Jason D’Antonio and Abby Harvey were honored as Oxford Rotary Club Seniors of the Month for October. Pictured from left are Oxford Area School District Superintendent David Woods; Principal Christopher Dormer; Linda and Abby Harvey; Jason, Janet and Matthew D’Antonio and Rotary Club President Marilyn Knaub, M.D.
Oxford Area High School students Jason D’Antonio and Abby Harvey were honored as Oxford Rotary Club Seniors of the Month for October.
Jason, son of son of Janet and Matthew D’Antonio, is senior class president and a member of Student Council, National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, the Renaissance Committee and the high school’s chapter of Interact, a community service club sponsored by the Oxford Rotary Club. He is a member of Boy Scouts and serves as student representative on the Oxford Area Board of School Directors.
Earlier this year Jason was named a winner of the Widener University High School Leadership Award, which recognizes high school students in the Philadelphia for their ability to demonstrate courage by standing up for what is right, finding a way to address a wrong or making a difference in a significant way.
After graduation Jason will attend college to study political science, followed by law school with a career goal of becoming a federal prosecutor. His college choices include Villanova, Temple, and Bucknell universities, Franklin & Marshall College and Lafayette College.
Abby, daughter of Linda and James Harvey, is president of Student Council and senior class treasurer. She is a member of National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America.
Abby played varsity field hockey as a sophomore and junior and, following an injury, served as team manager in her senior year. She also was a three-year member of the track and field team.
After graduation Abby plans to study elementary education in anticipation of returning to Oxford to teach. Her college choices include the University of Scranton and Neumann University.