SCHS recognizes two students each month who are thinking, caring, productive and responsible citizens. Students are nominated by SCHS teachers. The focus of the nomination is not always who has the highest GPA. Teachers are looking for students who unselfishly give of themselves by providing service to the school and their community. Students who have been nominated in the past have been involved in various school clubs, sports, community and/or government organizations and tend to go the extra mile in many of these endeavors.
Good news! Congratulations to our recent South Carroll High School Students of the Month!
September-Natalie DuMars- nominated by administration for her outstanding work in the South Carroll High School Diversity Club. She worked during Back to School/pre-service time with teachers and students in on-line meetings, training and sharing discussions. Natalie strives to make SCHS culture more welcoming!
Mason Hintermeister-nominated by the Science Department. Persistent, determined, kind, and considerate describes Mason by his teachers. He is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society. He will be recognized as an AP Scholar with Honors. He looks forward to studying paleoanthropology.
October-Katie Seidel-nominated by the Science Department. Katie is described by her teachers as bright, hardworking and caring. She is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society. Katie is in the top percentage of her class and looks forward to studying environmental engineering.
Henry Stafford-nominated by the English/Drama Department. Enthusiastic, polite and attentive describes Henry by his teachers. He is part of SCHS Stagelighters and Sea Cadets/Coast Guard swimming. He hopes to continue his education to become a psychologist.
November-Abi Culkin-nominated by the English/Drama. Abi is described by her teachers as impressive, phenomenal and approachable. She is part of the SCHS Stagelighters and International Thespian Society. She looks forward to a career as a music teacher.
Noah Pugliese-nominated by the Science Department. ‘ A delight to have in the classroom’ is stated by Noah’s teachers. He is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society and baseball team. He is a straight A scholar athlete.
We are proud of your accomplishments, Cavaliers! Well done!