Lombardi has been chosen for his contributions to Edison High School and the Berlin Heights and Milan communities.
His school and community activities: National Honor Society; French Honor Society; French Club; Math Club; Spanish Club; Ski Club; Art Club; Health Professionals To Be; Interact Club treasurer; Key Club; Big Brothers Big Sisters; Edison peer tutor program; EHS writing lab editor; McWane Scholarship committee; soccer (second-team All-Ohio midfielder, Sandusky Bay Conference Player of the Year, first-team All-SBC, first-team all-district, second-team All-SBC); Soccer records — most career goals (47), most goals in a season (26), most goals in a game (6), captain, EHS Most Outstanding Forward, EHS Most Outstanding Midfielder, SBC champions 2017; Tennis second-team All-SBC; basketball; football; three-sport award recipient; band; stage band; pep band; band council; homecoming king; honor roll; Edison Youth Soccer League referee; personal tutor; youth group member; COSI volunteer and car mechanic assistant.
Lombardi said he plans to attend The University of Toledo, majoring in engineering with a minor or double-minor in business to equip himself with the ability to work his way into higher positions or to own his own business.
His career goal is to become a mechanical engineer and work in the auto industry. Working at a prestigious car company like Ford, Chrysler or BMW is his ultimate ambition.
Lombardi is the son of Tony and Amy Lombardi, of Milan.