CLARK, NJ – Robert (Bobby) Lukasiewicz was named the September Student of the Month at Arthur L. Johnson. 

This distinction, according to school officials, goes to one of the highest academic achieving seniors at ALJ each month.  Having been inducted into most of the school's honor societies, Lukasiewicz certainly exceeds the criteria.

As a student at ALJ, Lukasiewicz is involved in a number of clubs, activities and sports. He is the treasurer for the Key Club, Science League, and serves as a peer leader for incoming Freshmen. He also plays tennis and basketball.

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Lukasiewicz received a number of honors and distinctions even before getting to his senior year. He was inducted into the Italian, Science and National Honor Societies. He serves as President of the Science Honor Society and Vice President of the NHS. He has received High Honor Roll consistently, the Italian Gold Award, and was elected Tennis MVP.

One of highest achievements to date saw Lukasiewicz receive the prestigious West Point Dwight D. Eisenhower Leadership Award. This award, given by the West Point Society of New Jersey goes to a junior who exhibits “exceptional performance and potential in the areas of academics, athletics, community service, good citizenship, and leadership.

When Lukasiewicz is not busy with school related activities, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, including his dog. He watches TV/Netflix, tutors and attends many in-service events through the Key Club.


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