Anthony Peluso ’16
became the first scout in the Commonwealth to be named the 2018 National Chief of the Order of the Arrow
for the Boy Scouts of America. He is currently at Virginia Tech and plans to attend law school after graduation. See what he has to say about his time at Bishop Sullivan CHS!
What did you do after graduation?
After graduation I started school at Virginia Tech where I am currently a sophomore majoring in Economics with minors in Business Leadership and Political Science.
What clubs/activities were you in during high school?
In high school, I spent 4 years on the Soccer and Tennis teams, and was also involved in Blue Crab Bowl, Peer Ministry, SCA, NHS, Chorus, Theatre, and Cooking Club!
What are your favorite memories from Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School?
Favorite memory would have to be performing as Aladdin in the school play. I’ll never forget getting to share that experience with the cast and everyone involved. Also our tennis team winning our first match in 2 years was awesome, and I’ll never forget the Blue Crab competitions or fun times had with Peer ministry and Cooking Club.
What does being a Crusader mean to you?
Being a Crusader to me means having a network of people that you can always look back to and rely on, and you know they will be there for you because you are like family. Even if you haven’t connected in a while, you know that you will always be there for one another through the good or bad.