From left, Principal Bill Runey, Coach Robert L’Homme, Viviana Hanley, and Athletic Director Paul O’Boy.
Bishop Feehan High School senior Viviana Hanley of Attleboro was selected by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association as the “Student-Athlete of the Month” for October 2010.
Hanley holds a 4.0 GPA, is President of the National Honor Society, Co-President of the Art Honor Society, and a member of the Science, Spanish, History, Math, and English Honor Societies. Hanley has also been a member of Student Council during each year of high school and currently serves as the Vice President.
During the 2010 cross country season, she was awarded the following titles: Brown Invitational Championship Race winner, the EAC League meet Champion, the Eastern Mass Division IV winner with the fastest time of the day in all 6 divisions, the Division II All State Champion, again with the fastest time of the day in either division, and the Boston Globe Runner of the Year which is given to the top performer in the state.
On the track, her personal best time in the mile is 5:04. Hanley also recently won prestigious Scholastic Gold Key awards in both writing and art, as well as a Silver Key, and Honorable Mention awards for art.