SCHS recognizes two students each month who are thinking, caring, productive and responsible citizens. Students are nominated by SCHS teachers. The focus of the nomination is not always who has the highest GPA. Teachers are looking for students who unselfishly give of themselves by providing service to the school and their community. Students who have been nominated in the past have been involved in various school clubs, sports, community and/or government organizations and tend to go the extra mile in many of these endeavors.  

September-Natalie DuMars- nominated by administration for her outstanding work in the South Carroll High School Diversity Club. She worked during Back to School/pre-service time with teachers and students in on-line meetings, training and sharing discussions. Natalie strives to make SCHS culture more welcoming!

   Mason Hintermeister-nominated by the Science Department.  Persistent, determined, kind, and considerate describes Mason by his teachers. He is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society. He will be recognized as an AP Scholar with Honors.  He looks forward to studying paleoanthropology.

October-Katie Seidel-nominated by the Science Department. Katie is described by her teachers as bright, hardworking and caring. She is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society. Katie is in the top percentage of her class and looks forward to studying environmental engineering.

  Henry Stafford-nominated by the English/Drama Department.  Enthusiastic, polite and attentive describes Henry by his teachers. He is part of SCHS Stagelighters and Sea Cadets/Coast Guard swimming. He hopes to continue his education to become a psychologist.

November-Abi Culkin-nominated by the English/Drama. Abi is described by her teachers as impressive, phenomenal and approachable. She is part of the SCHS Stagelighters and International Thespian Society. She looks forward to a career as a music teacher.

   Noah Pugliese-nominated by the Science Department. ‘ A delight to have in the classroom’ is stated by Noah’s teachers. He is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society and baseball team. He is a straight A scholar athlete.  

December-Kelsey Shekore- nominated by the Science Department. Kelsey is described by her teachers as bright and  hardworking and she excels in problem solving. She is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society, National Honor Society, STEM Club and South Carroll track teams. Kelsey is in the top percentage of her class. Way to go, Kelsey!

December-Charles Boldosser- nominated by the Counseling Department.  Charles is described as supportive, competitive and courageous. He is excelling in the Project Lead the Way courses at CCCTC.  He is a member of the South Carroll soccer team.  Congratulations, Charles!

January-Amy Franklin-nominated by the English/Drama Department.  Dedicated, persistent and hardworking describes Amy by her teachers. She is part of SCHS Stagelighters at South Carroll. Well done, Amy!

January-Andrew Dolecki- nominated by the Science Department. Andrew is described by his teachers as “a delight in the classroom and beyond”. He is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society, National Honor Society, Robotics Club and South Carroll tennis and soccer teams. Andrew is in the top percentage of his class. Keep up the good work, Andrew!


February-Emma Reed-nominated by the English/Drama. Emma is described by her teachers as a fantastic leader, exceptional writer and adaptable. She is part of the SCHS Stagelighters, International Thespian Society and Color Guard. She looks forward to a career in business or film.

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February - Jacob Langille-nominated by the Science Department. Jacob is complimented on his drive to succeed, his ability to tutor others, and his consideration of his classmates. He is part of the National Science Honor Society and Project Lead the Way at CCCTC. He is a straight A scholar athlete and on the lacrosse team. 

March - EJ Klezer-nominated by the South Carroll Robotics Team. EJ is described by his teachers as “fun, engaging and academically gifted”. He is part of SCHS RoboCavs and tennis at South Carroll. EJ is a student in Project Lead the Way at CCCTC. Well done, EJ!

March - Iman Adetunji-nominated by the Science Department. Iman is described by her teachers as “bright, hardworking and caring”. She is part of the SCHS National Science Honor Society, Diversity Club, and has attended the Exelon STEM Leadership Academy and the W.E.B. DuBois Accelerated Learning Academy. Iman is a top achieving student in her class. Keep up the good work, Iman! 

April - Nathan Schwartz-Nominated by the administration and athletics departments. Nathan is completing a SC internship in communications and athletics. He has been in service of the school in athletic announcing, working with the athletic newsletter and school displays. His contributions are noted and appreciated. 

April - Olivia Reardon-Olivia is a scholar-athlete completing the physical rehab program at CCCTC. She participates in basketball (captain) and softball for SC. Olivia was nominated by SC staff.

May - Claire Kettula-nominated by the math department. Claire is in the engineering program at CCCTC while also participating in SC NHS, Orchestra & Band and Robotics. Claire is always willing to help a peer with math!
May - Tyler Delregno-nominated by the science department. Tyler completed the engineering program at CCCTC while also participating in SC NHS, NSHS, NMHS and Robotics. Tyler excels in Chemistry at SC and is happy to tutor peers.
June - Won Cho, grade 11-nominated by the counseling department. Won is in the biomedical program at CCCTC while also participating in SC Young Activists Club, NSHS, NHS, wrestling, FCA and All County Orchestra. This year, Won has excelled in AP World History and other academic classes. Won has created a non-profit organization-Friendship Beyond Borders. It connects high school and college students around the world in language immersion, cultural exchange and friendship. The agency also provides free life coaching resources for students and works with a UN camp in the Jordan to help teach English to refugee children and is conducting a full published study to help refugees. Won is also a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu student in our greater community.
June - Kyla McDermott, grade 11-nominated by the SC Drama Department. Kyla is in the video production program at CCCTC while also participating in SC Stagelighters, Diversity Club and NHS. She is president of the ITS Troupe 2021 for next year. She has excelled in Honors and AP classes. Kyla is known for being hard working, responsible, kind, and thoughtful.

SCHS 2021 Students of the Year - Natalie DuMars and Charles Boldosser!

We are proud of your accomplishments, Cavaliers! Well done!