Water Polo, Track Inspire Los Alamitos Students of the Month
At its January meeting, the Rossmoor Woman’s Club honored Los Alamitos seniors Leela Fredlund and Noa Tuliau as students of the month for December and January, respectively.
Leela, the daughter of Eric and Lakeri Fredlund, is a National Merit Semi-finalist and co-president of the Los Al Science Olympiad team, a group of students who compete in regional STEM-based competitions. She is also involved with Beach Cleanup Club and ACS Club, which seeks to promote understanding of and enthusiasm for chemistry. She has been on the JV water polo team during all four years of high school. She hopes to pursue a double major in chemistry and philosophy, with the goal of becoming a chemistry professor.
Noa, the son of Brian and Elizabeth Tuliau, is on the Los Al track and field team, where he serves as a captain in shot-put and discus. He has also been a member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and Hope Club, which provides Financial assistance to less fortunate schools in Myanmar. He is also a youth ministry leader at St. Anne Catholic Church in Seal Beach. Noa has maintained a 4.5 cumulative GPA for most of his high school years and plans to study political science in college and to pursue a career in law.
Each student received a certificate and $600 scholarship award from the Rossmoor Woman’s Club.