December 5, 2013
MacKenzie Lowman Named Rotary Student of the Semester
Senior Mackenzie Lowman was named Prince Avenue Christian School's Rotary Student of the Semester, selected by teachers for her demonstration of the Rotary Club motto of “Service Above Self.”
Mackenzie, the daughter of Steven and Kimberly Lowman, chose science teacher Joann Drake to share the honor with her at a Rotary Club breakfast.
While taking a rigorous academic course load, Mackenzie has maintained a 4.1 GPA, and served in the leadership of both the National Honor Society and the National Beta Club. She is also involved in the school's Interact Club service organization, and in the National Junior Honor Society. She received the Georgia Certificate of Merit and the Phi Kappa Phi Certificate of Achievement.
She has sung in Prince Avenue's chorus for four years, and performed in several of the spring drama productions, and she ran on the school's cross country team as well.
A member of Grace Fellowship Church, Mackenzie helps to lead a Bible study for eighth grade girls, participated in mission trips to Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and Mexico, and has also served as a volunteer at Butterfly Dreams Farm working with mentally and physically challenged children.
Mackenzie is pictured below with teacher Joann Drake.