Taylee is an exceptional student. She has maintained a 4.0 while taking rigorous courses. She was accepted into the NUAHEC program at Weber State, which is a concurrent enrollment program that provides hands-on opportunities and lectures that introduce students to the vast and diverse careers in healthcare.
Taylee was voted by her peers to serve as president of the Weber High Hope Squad. Additionally, she was selected to serve on the Hope Squad National Council this year.
On top of that, Taylee is also a member of the National Honor Society, HOSA, the North Ogden Youth City Council, and the Weber High Mountain Biking Team.
Taylee is a busy gal, but she still takes the time to be a friend to all and likes to promote kindness helping others feel loved and supported.
Sam is a 9th-grader at Orion Junior High. His favorite subject is math. Sam says it feels like a puzzle or a riddle that you have to figure out, and he enjoys the challenge of it.
Sam is currently in the accelerated math program and is a top-notch student. It’s no surprise that Sam is interested in civil engineering, design, and architecture. He also has many other talents – Sam has played in Orion’s band, is in the Spanish Immersion program, and enjoys tumbling, playing soccer, singing, and playing piano.
One of the things that Sam’s counselor always notices and appreciates about him is his polite personality and good attitude. “He is kind, outgoing, makes a good impression on others around him, and is a great example to me and his classmates.” Keep up the great work!