On Saturday, February 15, we will be honoring six bowling seniors. The Senior Introductions starting at approximately 6:45 p.m. with tip-off starting around 7 p.m. Our six seniors include;
Tori has been a member of both the bowling and Track/Field teams for all four years here at North Olmsted. She was a member of the Art Club for one year and has been a Library Runner. Tori also spent time at Polaris Career Center focusing on Community Work Experience. After Graduation, Tori plans to pursue a career in Shipping and Receiving as well as continue to work with Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD).
Jordan has been a member of the bowling team for the past four years at North Olmsted High School. She has been elected Captain of the Bowling team for the past two seasons. For the past two years, Jordan has attended Polaris Career Center focusing on Dental Assisting. After Graduation, Jordan plans to pass her Certified Ohio Dental Assistant Test and work as a Dental Assistant, with hopes to one day work as a Dental Lab Technician.
Makayla has been a member of both the Bowling and Tennis teams for all four years at North Olmsted. She was also elected Captain for both the Tennis and Bowling teams. Makayla has been a member of the Link Crew as well as a member in Key Club. Makayla plans to further her education at the College of Wooster, where she plans to major in either Psychology or Physics.
Taylor was a member of both the Bowling and Tennis teams during her time at North Olmsted High School. She was also a member of Coming Attractions, Mock Trial and National Honors Society. While at North Olmsted, Taylor was also a member of the cast and staff of the spring musical. After Graduation, Taylor plans to attend Cleveland State University and plans to major in Psychology. After college, she plans to go to Medical School to become a Psychiatrist.
Logan has been a member of the Bowling team for the past four years here at North Olmsted High School, which he was elected Captain for the 2019-2020 season. In his spare time, Logan has volunteered at the Oxcart Food Pantry as well as assist third graders at Pine Elementary School. Logan plans to obtain a degree in Computer Hardware Engineering as Cleveland State University.
Yuga is a Foreign Exchange student this year at North Olmsted. He was the assistant football team manager this fall and will play tennis for the Eagles in the spring. After graduation, Yuga will return to Japan where he will complete two more years of school. After graduating, Yuga will attend a college or university, but is currently undecided on a major at this time.