May Students of the Month
May Students of the Month
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Corryn Prince

Corryn is hard-working, friendly, dedicated, motivated, intelligent and a responsible young lady that is driven to be successful. Corryn is truly excited about her future and has worked extremely hard in high school to make sure that she has every opportunity that the future holds. Corryn is a quiet leader that sets the example for others by putting in the extra effort; volunteering to help when no one else will and stepping up to the plate when a challenge is directly in front of her. Corryn is not afraid to take a challenge head on and she has gained the self-confidence to take control of her very bright future.

Corryn’s dedication and commitment to her studies has led her to have a tremendously positive academic experience at Forest City Regional High School.  She expressed that her most challenging courses in high school were Physics and Statistics. Corryn has made the high honor roll and honor roll all 4 years in high school. Due to her academic success, Corryn has been in the National Honor Society since 10th grade. Corryn is also an active member of the Art Club where she was vice president her junior year and she is also an active member in our CHOPS program.

Corryn has been an active member of the Prom committee, Toys-for-Tots and Yearbook Committee. Corryn expressed that her most meaningful activity in high school was her participation in our Toys-for-Tots program. She expressed that it was so meaningful to help and assist students and families in need.

Corryn’s advice to future high school freshman is to work hard and remember that 9th grade is as important as any other grade. Get off to a positive start with your grades.

Corryn has been accepted to Penn State University Scranton where she will majoring in Forensic Science. She would one day like to work as a Forensic Scientist. Even though Corryn has not chosen to attend Alvernia University, she did receive their Presidential Scholarship totaling up to $28,000. We are all extremely proud of Corryn.

Jordan Non

Jordan is an extremely high achieving student that is ambitious, competitive, community minded, dedicated, driven, hard working, determined and kind. Jordan is one of FCR’s strongest leaders that has a ton of respect for his school and his community, but is now excited about his future and everything it has to offer for him.

One of Jordan's admirable qualities is his ability to feel out and assess a situation, then actively listen to the information in front of him, carefully process it and then in a thoughtful and masterful way, determine the best course of action. Because of Jordan’s tremendous personal qualities and his ability see his path to the future of his choice, he has navigated himself successful throughout his high school career.

Some of Jordan’s most challenging high school courses include: Physics, Calculus, English and Entrepreneurship. Due to Jordan’s tremendous academic achievements, he has been a member of the National Honor Society since 10th grade and has achieved high honors and honor roll all four years of high school.

In addition to his outstanding academics, Jordan has been a 4 year member of our Student Council, 2 year member of FBLA and is a leader on the Principal’s Advisory Committee where students have an active voice to assist with improving our school culture and climate. Jordan also spent time volunteering for in-school activities which included: Feed a Friend; Prom, Yearbook and Steamtown committees; Toys-for-Tots and the National Leadership Forum. Jordan describes the National Youth Leadership Forum as his most meaningful high school activity because it introduced him to the field of law and sparked the dream of attending Drexel University to major in Economics/Business.

Jordan was also very involved in high school sports where he played 4 years at the JV and Varsity level for our basketball team, where Jordan served as a team captain. Jordan was also honored in the Times/Tribune during his junior year as player of the week. Jordan also played JV and Varsity Volleyball.

Jordan has some very important advice for our younger students...the honor roll is very important, get the best grades you can and pick your classes based on your future not on what your friends choose. Look at your teachers as resources...they will always make time to help and assist you.

Jordan has made his dream come true. He has been accepted and will be attending Drexel University to major in Economics and Business. Jordan plans on attending Law school after college and would like to be a corporate lawyer in the Philadelphia, New York or on the West Coast.

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