Logan Azem ‘20 said he will always remember the way his Padre brothers rallied around him when his best friend passed away early on in his high school career.
This tough time in Logan’s life stands out to him now as a beacon of strength and one that defines his favorite Serra tradition -- the Padre brotherhood.
“I will always remember how my friends -- and even those who I wasn't close with -- made me feel safe and loved when my best friend passed away,” Logan recounted. “They made a very tough time in my life bearable and taught me what true brotherhood is.”
During his four years at Serra, Logan played baseball and cross country all four years, Campus Ministry and Block Club his senior year, National Honors Society junior and senior year, Fantasy Sports Club all four years, Big Brother sophomore year, and was a Serra yell leader his senior year.
Throughout all of his classes and extracurricular, Logan said, “Serra has given me the voice to push for what is right and stand out for injustice,” Logan said. “I have also learned what it means to work as a unit.”
Logan is headed to begin his college career at Fresno City College, where he hopes to study kinesiology.
He is grateful for his time at Serra, especially for his family, who helped him get there.
“I want to thank my family for helping me get to Serra,” Logan said. “I want to thank my dad, a Padre, who pushed me into making the right choice.”
In 10 years, Logan said he sees himself “making a difference in the world.”
Congratulations, Logan! All the best in the future!