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Junior Sam Loh has been asked to continue supporting the Spotlight theatre presentation at Highland Park UMC's Belong Disability Ministry. Immersing himself in the community, Loh, who also recently delivered a wonderful reflection at a school-wide prayer service, has had a profound impact on the members of the theater group.

“Sam Loh is truly a Man for Others,” an administrator declared. “As a member of the Ignatian Service Corps leadership team, Sam has devoted his time to facilitating an inclusive and encouraging atmosphere at service projects. This fall, he traveled to Monterrey, Mexico to serve at Casa San Nicolas, Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos, and our nursing home partner. Sam is a prayerful and reflective leader who led his brothers with a spirit of humility and encountered each migrant and elder as a new friend, affirming their dignity. Sam is always the first to show up, the first to serve, the first to put others before self.”

An AP Scholar whose varied interests include The Roundup, admissions ambassador, and the cross country team, Sam was recognized by a classmate for his leadership working alongside local families at the Working Boys Center and Center for Working Families in Quito, Ecuador, this past summer.  

“Samuel is an absolutely fantastic young man,” shared one of his coaches. “What stands out to me about Samuel is that he challenges himself mentally and physically to be the best he can be. His teammates are privy to his attitude and work habits, which is why he is considered a leader of our team.”

Congratulations to Ranger of the Week, Sam Loh ’25, who according to another nomination, “has a loving personality that never fails to brighten one’s day.”