In an effort to recognize outstanding achievements of our students, Maple Hill Jr./Sr. High School presents each quarter a Student of the Quarter Award. Students may be nominated for this award by any staff member, a representative of a community organization, a parent or another student. Students may be nominated for a single outstanding achievement, for service to the school or community or for significant improvement in school. Each quarter, a faculty committee selects one student in each grade after a review of all nominations.
For the First Quarter of 2018-19, the students selected to receive this recognition are:
- Gr. 7 – Violet Fisher
- Gr. 8 – Siona Schuerholz
- Freshman – Amanda Nebral
- Sophomore – Brandon Selmer
- Junior – Rebecca Roe
- Senior – Evan Kulpa
Violet, daughter of Mr. Nathaniel Fisher and Mrs. Jessica Marr-Smith, was nominated for being a polite, kind and hard-working student. Here at Maple Hill, Violet participates in Band and Chorus and is a member of NJHS. Outside of school she is a Girl Scout, has volunteered for the Anchor, enjoys spending time with her family and enjoys reading. Violet plans to go to college and would like to be a teacher.
Siona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Schuerholz, was nominated for being a diligent and hardworking student. Here at Maple Hill, Siona participates in the Olympics of Visual Arts. Outside of school she enjoys reading, art, creative writing and spending time with family and friends. Siona is uncertain as to what she wants to do but knows she would like to do something within the Arts.
Amanda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Nebral, was nominated for being a punctual, curious, diligent, responsible, and conscientious student. Here at Maple Hill, Amanda is a member of art club, yearbook, newspaper club, drama, and international club. Outside of school she enjoys acting, drawing, and fashion. Amanda participated in a forensics science camp and gained interest in working with the FBI.
Brandon, son of Mr. Dave Selmer and Mrs. Stephanie Selmer, was nominated for being a student who is self-motivated and works his very hardest to do well in school. Here at Maple Hill, Brandon participates in wrestling and golf. Outside of school he enjoys camping, fishing with his father, grandfather and brother. Brandon plans to go to college or a trade school to study building design or welding.
Rebecca, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Roe, was nominated for consistently putting forth top-notch effort and gets great results. Here at Maple Hill, Rebecca is Co-president of Student Council, Co-president of the Class of 2020, Treasurer of SADD, Treasurer of GSA, and plays tennis. Outside of school she enjoys playing tennis and spending time with friends and family. Rebecca would like to volunteer at Castle Hill and would like to go into Healthcare field.
Evan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kulpa, was nominated for working hard and being an all-around great person. Here at Maple Hill, Evan is a member of the soccer and basketball teams, key club, and runs track. Outside of school he enjoys spending time with friends and family and sports are a big part of his life. Evan plans to go to college and is leaning towards accounting and he may want to play soccer or run track.
The faculty and staff wish to congratulate these students on being selected First Quarter students for their respective grades.