Homeroom teachers at St. Michael-Albertville High School are always on the lookout for exceptional eleventh-grade students to recommend for STMA’s Rotary Student of the Month program. Local Rotarians select students each month of the school year who embody their motto of “service above self,” with the focus on students in their junior year so the honor can be included in college applications.
For May, the local Rotary club has given this distinction to Luke Browning and Indigo Rowland.
Luke, son of Ryan and Theresa Browning, has played on a club lacrosse team, participated in wrestling, weightlifting, and football. In addition to being a team captain for football, he was also part of the Captains Council. Luke has been named to the A Honor Roll and is working towards becoming an Eagle Scout. He would like to attend college and play football.
Indigo is the daughter of Jay and Sherri Rowland. She is an all-conference athlete for STMA. Her athletic achievements include being a state alternate for swimming, being named in the top 8 at swimming sections, and receiving a letter in swimming. She also received an academic letter, a department award in world language, and is a member of the National Honor Society. Indigo would like to be a criminal investigator and plans to attend the University of North Dakota.
“Rotary is very proud to recognize Luke and Indigo as students of the month,” said Tracy Larson, STMA Rotary Club President. “They have demonstrated a commitment to academic excellence and represent the service above self ideals of Rotary. We wish them a successful future.”
Congratulations to the May winners!