For Noah Neuner, it is the Serra brotherhood that he sees as the strongest tradition at Serra.
“I will always remember my closest friends and deepest friendships, and the traditions of the Brotherhood between all students across all grades,” he said.
Noah is off to Sacramento State University this fall, where he plans to study forensic biology.
At Serra, Noah was on the freshman and junior varsity football team, the track and field team all four years, big brother as a junior, Encounter as a senior, and the Block Club and the BBQ Club.
In 10 years, Noah sees himself, “working my dream job with a nice house and nice cars.”
He thanks Serra for how it has shaped him into the man he is today.
“Serra has helped to shape me into the genuine person I am today. Through the various lessons and teachings, I have learned to be a very caring person to others.”
To Noah’s supportive family, including his mom, dad and Zach, Noah said, “Thank you for always being there for me. I would not be who I am, nor where I am today if it weren't for you and all that you have done!”
Congratulations, Noah! Best of luck as a Hornet at Sac!