Ranks third in a class of 545 with a 4.28 grade-point average on 4.0 scale. Received four letters in cross country and four in track and field. Missouri Class 4 state champion in cross country, KC metro runner of the year, Gatorade state runner of the year and two-time all-state runner. Fellowship of Christian Athletes member and volunteer in HiStep elementary school mentoring program.
Also nominated: Jay Corwin, Bri Starr
Ranks first in a class of 209 with a 4.14 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale. Won three varsity letters in football and baseball and two in basketball. Was a three-year starter at quarterback and team MVP his senior year. Was academic all-conference all three years in football. Participated in Natural Helpers for four years and received Missouri Honors College nomination.
Also nominated: Brennan Johnson, Bridget Mohn
Ranks first in a class of 126 with a 4.23 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Won 10 varsity letters, four each in football and baseball. All-county defensive back his junior and senior years. Class president his junior and senior years. Received President’s Student Volunteer Service Award and was homecoming king.
College: Kansas State
Also nominated: Samuel Seaton, Kara Stephens
Ranks first in a class of 405 with a 5.0 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale. Won four varsity letters in golf and one in dance team. All-Metro, all-state and all-conference in golf. Holds golf school records. Student Council president. Founder and director of Youth Hope Fund. Blood Drive Director. National Honor Society.
Also nominated: Marco Psihountas
Ranks 23rd in a class of 443 with a 4.61 grade-point average. Won four varsity letters in track and cross country. A two-time state champion in the 1,600 and 800 and the 3,200 relay team and state champion in the 3,200. Gatorade Athlete of the Year. School record holder in the 1,600, 1,500 and 800. Two-time Kansas 6A champion in cross country. All-Metro runner.
Also nominated: Jillian Benson, Alec Dinges
NOTRE DAME DE SION
Finished with a 4.42 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale. Won eight varsity letters, four each in basketball and golf. A two-year team captain in basketball who finished with more than 1,000 career points and played on the AAU national team. Placed third in the Missouri state golf tournament as a senior. A National Merit finalist and National Honor Society member as well as a Special Olympics Youth Trainer, SADD Club president and a volunteer math and science tutor.
Also nominated: Ann Marie Olson, Bridget O’Connor