Outstanding Students December 2016
Frank Church High School: 
     Maggie Parks is an 11th grade student at Frank Church High School.  While living in Colorado, Maggie had only completed half of the required courses at her high school.  Since enrolling at Frank Church last year, she has blossomed as a student.  She has earned 20 credits in 5 terms with a 3.6 GPA and is on her way to graduating early. 
     Maggie participated in Rake-Up Boise and Stuff the Bus with other students from Frank Church.  Outside of school she volunteers at the Humane Society. 
     Maggie is a member of the National Honor Society and was in AVID.  She will strat working toward her CNA certificate in January.  Her future plans include college and working in either culinary arts or the medical field.  Maggie says of Frank Church:  "I was a face in the ocean, just a number and felt like I was drowning.  Here, I am getting the help I need."
     Tailor Kamph has been a student at Frank Church High School since August of 2014.  He enrolled without any high school credits and will be completing four years of high school in three years and  will graduating on time.  He is a member of the National Honor Society and participates in volunteer work such as Rake-Up Boise and Stuff the Bus.  Tailor takes pride in his school work which has earned him a spot on the honor roll six times, while attending Frank Church. 
     Tailor shows incredible responsibility by keeping up with all of his scholastic duties while also maintaining an after school job working 20 hours per week.  He is a talented musician and loves playing his guitar whenever he can.
     Tailor is currently in the health occupations course where he recently received his CPR certification.  He plans on attending BSU and would like to pursue a career in the medical field. 
Capital High School:
     Madison Link is currently a senior at Capital High School.  Her leadership qualities draw her towards opportunities on campus and in the community.  She is an officer of DECA (a marketing and entrepreneurship association), Participated in Capital's Make-A-Wish campaign, the Toy Drive, and the Coat Drive.  As an active Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) member she is currently organizing a drive to provide socks to those who are homeless. 
     Madison's interactions with students, peers and teachers communicate a respect for everyone and she truly cares about the people she comes in contact with.  During two class periods a day, Madison works as an Elementary Teacher Intern in a 1st grad classroom.  She is incredibly supportive and friendly to students while she helps them improve their reading skills.