Carl Harris Named NH Scholar of the Month in January
Post date: Feb 14, 2017 2:02:29 PM
Senior Carl Harris was named the NH Association of School Principals Francis Wayland Parker Scholar of the Month for the state of New Hampshire in January. Carl is highly accomplished in the classroom, the community, and in athletics. Carl is co-captain of the varsity cross-country, winter and spring track teams, a member of the National Honor Society, World Language Honor Society, Rho Kappa, and National English Honor Society, News Editor of The Little Green, and an active member of Amnesty International. Outside of Central, Carl volunteers for Inti Academy where he developed a STEM program for the children served by Inti. In addition to his extensive extra-curricular schedule, Carl is the Class of 2017 Salutatorian. To read about Carl's accomplishments, click here for the article in the Union Leader. Carl is the second state winner from Central this year.
The Francis Wayland Park Scholar of the Month Program is an academic recognition award developed to promote academic recognition of students. A panel of seven judges chosen from prominent citizens and business leaders in the state make the selection of the Scholar of the Month. In May, all monthly winners and their families will be honored at an awards ceremony. At that time, the Francis Wayland Parker Scholar of the Year will be announced and awarded a $2000 scholarship. To learn more about the program, see your counselor.