David Brearley January Students of the Month - Julia Dobel and Annabelle Klinder


KENILWORTH, NJ - The David Brearley High School Student of the Month for January is an outstanding student who is also an original talent.  A member of the David Brearley chapter of the National Honor Society, Julia Dobel is a consistent presence on the High School Honor Roll. In previous years Julia was a member of the swim team and is currently a Peer Leader. Dobel has also contributed her creative writing to the Literary Magazine and currently serves as an editor-in-chief and writer for the Bear Print, Brearley’s high school newspaper.

The eighth-grade student of the month is Annabelle Klinder.  Annabelle is a uniquely positive person towards her friends as well as her peers. Klinder is the first person to encourage others while in a group, this quality sets her apart from others.  

Klinder participates in many middle-school activities; she is involved with peer leadership and most recently has performed in the middle school's talent show where she sang acapella in a beautiful rendition of "Sky Scraper". Annabelle is a shining star both in and out of the classroom.


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