The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) selected Mammoth High School senior Jolene M. Senn for membership over the summer.
NSHSS selects students based on a combination of test scores and grade point average.
Membership in NSHSS entitles qualified students to enjoy a wide variety of benefits, including scholarship opportunities, academic competitions, member-only resources and much more.
Senn, who carries a 4.167 GPA, is interested in Forensic Science and Criminal Justice, and plans to apply to Cal Lutheran, UC Santa Cruz and UC
San Diego to further her studies next year.
Mammoth Lakes likes to think of itself as “World Class”.
I wonder what it would take to bring every senior at MHS to the level of academic achievement that would honor them with membership into NSHSS? That would be something to brag about.
Or we can continue to promote drinking contests at the Village. That’s a lot easier….
What a wonderful achievement for such a wonderful young lady! How about recognizing Jolene for her hard work and perseverance instead of showboating your own opinions in this manner, Mr Ken Warner!!I have known Jolene since she was very young and she deserves this recognition! Why can’t people like you just congratulate her, instead of using her achievements in a negative manner! Love to you Jolene, we are very proud of you!
You’re an idiot! Jolene works her butt off, what do you do?
The young person mentioned in this article has worked hard and opened the door to a bright future. That is a personal achievement that is a reward in itself. It would be presumptuous of me to say any more.
Here’s a discussion about National Society of High School Scholars. This is just to inform and I don’t endorse or give any of it any particular significance.
Here is a web site that ranks schools from all the states. Just enter Mammoth or Bishop in the box at the bottom of the page.
I repeat, this is just to inform and not indicative of my views.