Lititz Christian School


Elijah Padulese


Elijah Padulese is a 16-year-old student currently attending Lititz Christian School. He is in 11th grade and has been attending LCS for three years. His favorite class is Mathematics because he loves learning concepts he will probably use. He takes part in soccer and playing in games at the school, as well as playing the cello, guitar, and bass at school chapels and events. His favorite things about LCS are the great friends he has, the Christian environment, and the teachers because he loves seeing them “laugh at jokes and not take life too seriously.” In fact, one of his favorite teachers is his math teacher Dr. Wenger because he is “calm, cool, and calculated.” After he graduates, Eli is considering going to Penn State College to study Mechanical Engineering. Until then he feels his responsibility as an upperclassman is to set a good example for his fellow students. “If you wish to have a Christ centered education, and to grow in your faith with a community of believers that value you, then come to LCS!”

Written by: John Lawler Jr.


Isabella Light


Isabella Light is a junior at Lititz Christian School, where she has attended since kindergarten, and plans to stay until graduation in the next school year. The after-school activities she participates in includes; basketball, rock-climbing, school musicals, and talent show. Her favorite class at school is her criminal justice class, as it is applicable to her life and helpful in the direction that she wishes to take with her career. She also feels that her greatest accomplishment to date is completing her criminal justice class, a dual-credit college course. After graduation, she intends to study forensic science in college and find a job that can implement her knowledge thereof. She attends Mount Aetna Bible Church, and is involved in the youth group praise band, occasionally playing the piano in the church service’s worship. When asked who she admires, Isabella said that her mother would have to be the one she would choose for how much she works and tolerates all the silly things that her children do.

Written by: Anna Huber


Jimin Yun


Jimin Yun is currently a junior at Lititz Christian School, planning to graduate with the class of 2020. She regularly attends the Worship Center on Sundays as well as participating in GSM youth group activities during the week. At school, she keeps busy as the varsity boys’ soccer and basketball manager and as a member of student council. She also leads the makeup designs for the school’s spring musicals. To Jimin, the best part of school is how welcoming the teachers are and being surrounded by her best friends. Her favorite class is Spanish because she loves learning how different languages and cultures work. When she isn’t engaged in school activities she can be found painting, practicing makeup, or spending time with friends. This month, Jimin will be inducted into the LCS chapter of the Nation Honor Society. After high school, she plans to attend college to study language and education. Jimin’s biggest role models in her life are her parents. She looks up to her mother as a “little strong woman,” and hopes to carry on her mother’s constant positivity and encouragement. Since Jimin came to the United States from Korea when she was in 6th grade and 12 years old, her biggest accomplishment has been how she learned to adapt to the English language after growing up speaking Korean. Jimin’s young exposure to English helped her develop her love for language. The one thing she would change about the world we see today, is recognizing racial equality and the power of words.

Written by: Kierra Flahive


Benuel Lapp


Benuel Lapp is a senior at Lititz Christian School. He’s been attending the school for nine years. He plays soccer and has helped the soccer team to their 2016 conference victory. Benuel is an active member of the National Honor Society, student council, and yearbook. His favorite subjects are history and English. He has dreams of becoming a secondary social studies teacher and possibly a history professor. His hobbies are playing baseball, going on adventures, camping, and reading a good book. He attends church at the Open door Tabernacle. His favorite aspect of Lititz Christian are the awesome teachers and the good opportunities it provides.

Written by: Nikki Schlegel