Student Spotlights

Congratulations to our hardworking students that are recognized by teachers and faculty at their school.  Good job!

Garth Maddock

Ben Lomond High School

Garth Maddock is a senior at Ben Lomond High School. During his years as a Scot, he has been deeply involved in sports, academics, and in his own words, he is “proud to be a Scot, through and through.” In athletics, he has lettered in football and track. He was a team captain on the football team this year. Academically, he is currently earning a 3.88 GPA and has plans on attending Weber State University and studying Mechanical Engineering. Garth has taken all the engineering courses and is a member of the AM STEM program in the morning at Ben Lomond. Not only is Garth an exceptional student, he has been a great example of what it means to be a Scot.  He is a teachable, likeable, friendly young man who is respected by all. It has been an honor to teach Garth and I believe he will go far following graduation. His recognition is well-deserved. 

–Mr. Matt Williams

Hadlee Green

Ben Lomond High School

Congratulations Hadlee! You are the Ben Lomond High school student of the month for CTE Engineering & Technology. I have known Hadlee for two years. She has taken the following engineering classes: Introduction to Engineering Design, Composites, Digital Electronics, Principles of Engineering, Engineering Design & Development, Aerospace Engineering & Small Engines.  She is an excellent student who works very hard, completes all assignments, likes to be challenged and is willing to help others. She works well in groups, sets positive examples for students to follow, and is highly respected by both faculty and students. She is a member of the AM STEM class; AM STEM is a course that meets five days a week at 7 a.m. She has never been tardy, and Hadlee comes to all my classes with a smile on her face, ready to work every day. Hadlee is not afraid to take hard classes.

–Mr. Luke Mandleco

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