• January 2023


    Abby Nicole Acierto is described as conscientious, kind, and possesses a great sense of humor.  She  is a hard worker who expects the best out of herself and those around her, but she balances her demanding work ethic with a wry sense of humor, an unfailingly friendly demeanor, and a level-headed and mature self-awareness.  Abby’s class schedule has consisted of Honors, and Advance Placement courses.  She has earned the MHS Academic Distinction Award Summa Cum Laude, her freshman, sophomore and junior years. Abby is a member of National Honor Society and is Vice President of NHS.  She is a member of HUDDLE, Key Club, Fellow of Christian Students, and HOPE Squad.  Abby is a member of the MHS Girls Cross Country Team and Girls Track Team.  Abby is also a member of the Honors Senior Concert Choir.  Abby volunteers in the Joyce B. Ebner Tutoring Center as a peer tutor and also volunteers at her church.  Abby works at Lemonberry and is a dog sitter. She plans on attending Butler University, majoring in Health Sciences, pursuing a Physical Therapy track.  Abby is the daughter of Sheri Hartman and Drew Acierto.




    Isabella Marie ScottI is described as kind and thoughtful, and her gentle demeanor allows her to positively engage people. She is impressively mature, and has a contagious cheerful attitude.  She has a heart to serve and work with children of different abilities and ages.  Isabella’s class schedule consists of Advance Placement and College Credit Plus courses.  She has earned the MHS Academic Distinction Award Summa Cum Laude her junior year.  Bella is a member of National Honor Society.  For the past three years, Bella has been a member of Medina Law Enforcement Explorer Post 2552.  She is currently serving as secretary.  She participates in MCPAL at Garfield Elementary after school program.  MCPAL is a youth crime prevention program that utilizes education, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and Medina County youth.  She has volunteered in the Joyce B. Ebner Tutoring Center as a peer tutor. Bella works at Western Reserve and a Dietary Aid, and also at the Medina Recreation Center, in the children’s programs.   She plans on continuing her education at Kent State, majoring in criminal justice.  She is considering law school.  Isabella is the daughter of Robert and Lisa Scott.