Congratulations to our hardworking students who are recognized by teachers and faculty at their schools.
Ogden High School
Anna-Clarissa is such a hard-working student! She is a model of perseverance and determination, committed to her schoolwork and her classmates. She is a great collaborator and is wonderful at bringing her classmates with her in their success. She is driven by her desire to learn, and it will be exciting to see where that determination takes her. Anna-Clarissa is an International Baccalaureate Diploma candidate and has always maintained a high GPA. She is currently the OHS Senior Class Treasurer and on the Ogden City Youth Council. She is also involved in Ogden School District Youth Court, OHS Debate Team, OHS National Honor Society, OHS French National Honor Society, and OHS Black Student Union. Anna-Clarissa is extremely hard working as well as kind and humble.
Ogden High School
Madi Palmer is an extremely intelligent, personable, hardworking young woman with an undeniable gift for music. She is a natural leader. Madi is a very serious student, and it has been reflected through the many AP or Honors courses in which she has performed at the highest levels. Madi is highly involved in music and arts programs at Ogden High. For the past two years, she has held the position of drum major for the marching band. She led the band to their second state championship in the past three years during her senior season of 2021. Madi has earned top honors as percussion soloist, qualifying for the State Solo and Ensemble Festival for which she earned a “Superior” rating – the highest score a student can receive. In addition to her leadership and percussion performance skills, Madi is also an exceptional vocalist. She has been a vocal soloist with our award-winning Varsity Jazz Band, helping the band qualify for the State Jazz Festival every year for the past three years. Anybody would be impressed with the number of accolades Madi has achieved throughout her high school career. Madi plans to go to Weber State for her Undergraduate degree.
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