Mikayla Moles maintains a 3.96 GPA at Batavia High School. The senior is also the president of the National Honor Society, a member of student council, yearbook staff, concert band, and mock trial team.
KeAndre Smith may only be a junior at Mt. Healthy Jr./Sr. School, but he’s in a class of his own. Smith ranks fifth h among juniors, with a 4.27 G.P.A.
Nicolas Hershey is No. 1, seriously, he’s at the top of his senior class at Sycamore High School with a 4.0 GPA.
Chzarlotte Corpuz is a junior at Simon Kenton High School. Corpuz maintains a 3.96 grade-point-average and ranks 32nd out of 408 students, but it's what she does outside of class that makes the biggest difference in her community.
Tyler Rickett ranks fourth in class at Elder High School and is this week's Student of the Week!
Our latest student of the week is 8th grader Josh Knapke from St. James School. Knapke earns mostly A’s and frequently finds himself on the school’s honor roll.
Auna’y Miller is a junior at Winton Woods High School but is already a leader at the school.
Claire Carson is a senior at Fayetteville-Perry High School in Fayetteville and ranks first in her class with a 4.0 grade-point-average.
Tom Ryan is not your typical high school student.
Nominate a student right now for Student of the Week. You can nominate the student by filling out the form below and clicking the submit button.
In order to nominate a student, you must be a school principal, teacher or counselor. Students of any grade level, from kindergarten through high school, may be nominated. Identify a student that demonstrates some (but not necessarily all) of the following nine qualifications:
1. Persistence in giving personal best
2. An inspiring example to others
3. Peer leadership
4. Strong contribution to school and/or community (through volunteerism, school clubs, extra-curricular activities, projects, etc.)
5. High academic achievement
6. Positive attitude
7. Perseverance (i.e. overcoming a handicap, behavioral problem, or other personal difficulty)
8. Love of learning
9. Desire, determination, and diligence to improve
Fill out the e-mail form below, or send a detailed letter including the information requested to WCPO-TV.
If you choose to send your nomination in via mail, send a letter to the following address:
Student of the Week
1720 Gilbert Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45202
A panel of judges will make selections on a monthly basis, but all students nominated will be eligible throughout the school year as the selection process is ongoing.
Nominators of the students selected will be contacted by the "Student of the Week" host. Due to the potential number of nominations, the Student of the Week panel will not notify the nominators of students who are not selected.
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