Victoria Krohn will graduate from Abraham Lincoln High School in Council Bluffs this spring with a long list of accomplishments.
The 17-year old ranks second in her class with a 4.12 grade point average, excelled on the volleyball court, currently runs the 400 and 800 meters on the track teams, plays french horn in the band and volunteers with Kids Against Hunger.
"She's the kind of student you just love to have around," said Sarah Steinmetz who works with the talented and gifted program at A.L.
"When we were talking one day, Victoria told me what she really wanted was to meet John Knicely and have him tell me Knicely Done."
With the help of Steinmetz, and other faculty members, Victoria was paid a surprise visit Tuesday afternoon.
Under the guise that Victoria was to receive an award, she and a large number of her fellow students were called to the A.L. auditorium.
When Victoria was called to the stage, this News Anchor and WOWT6 News Photographer Justin Cheney entered stage left for the surprise meeting.
With both hands covering her face, Victoria heard the words, "Knicely Done!"
There were a few tears and lots of laughs along with congratulations to Victoria's parents who were also on hand for the occasion.
College is next, and all of Victoria's hard work has paid off. She's expecting a full ride with both an academic and volleyball scholarship.
Victoria Krohn: Knicely Done!