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2 Top Coleman Seniors
The two top graduating seniors academically from Coleman High School are Mackenzie Meyer, valedictorian, and salutatorian is Montana Bischof.
Valedictorian is Mackenzie Elizabeth Meyer, the daughter of Allan and Tina Meyer. She is graduating with a 3.994 GPA, an Academic Endorsement and has received 3 levels of Coleman High School Academic Achievement Awards. She has been involved in National Honor Society - 2 years, Treasurer - 1 year; Band - 3 years; Student Council - 4 years, Treasurer - 1 year; Hi-Q - 3 years; Forensics - 4 years; Choir - 2 years. She also earned Highest Honors - 4 years.
Outside of school she was involved in her Church Youth Group for 4 years; Wisconsin Ambassador of Music European Tour - 1 year. Her plans are to attend UW-Madison to study physics.
Salutatorian Montana Ann Marie Bischof is the daughter of Calvin and Terri Bischof. Graduating with a 3.971 GPA, an Academic Endorsement she has received 3 levels of the Coleman High School Academic Achievement Awards. She has been involved in National Honor Society - 2 years, Secretary; Class Officer - 1 years, Secretary; Tech Challenge - 1 year, Gold for Math; Basketball - 3 years; Volleyball - 4 years and Flag Squad - 2 years. She was on Highest Honors - 4 years.
Outside of school she was involved in Club Volleyball and worked at Lynda's Skyharbor - 1 _ years; Witt's Piggly Wiggly - 2 years and National Guard - 7 months. She enlisted in the National Guard in September and will go for basic training this summer. She plans to attend UW-Oshkosh to study Nursing in the spring.
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