Mitch enjoys programming, designing websites, and almost anything else related to computers, collecting them to the point that his bedroom can no longer provide the adequate space for a bed. He joined our chapter quickly after its conception in order to participate in the Mobile Applications event. He and his iPhone weather app were awarded first place at Indiana SLC and later second place at NLC in 2014. Aside from computers and BPA, he enjoys gardening, writing, keeping up-to-date with current events, and participating in community organizations.
Emily volunteers at the White County food pantry quite regularly— every week, in fact—and has urged our BPA members to do the same. She works for the benefit of others, not just at the food pantry but for our chapter as well, practically leading our fundraising mission last year. Emily is devoted to BPA and currently serves her second term as Vice President of our chapter. She plans to study Business Administration or International Business after graduating from high school.
Tyler joined BPA in 2014 and also involves himself in the Student Council. You can find him at most athletic events, as he's a member of the football, baseball, and basketball teams.
Victoria is a runner for varsity cross country and track and field. She has participated in BPA, Spanish Club, Battle of the Books, Drama Club, National Junior Honors Society, and the Sunshine Society.
Levi really enjoys wrestling, but fishing is his all-time favorite activity. He also enjoys making money. Levi is very fond of pizza and says that it is the way to his heart.
Ranked third in his class, Dakota serves as the Senior Class Vice President. He leaves school halfway through to attend his second enrollment at Ivy Tech. He involves himself in Student Council, National Honors Society, and BPA. He was a Hoosier Boys state delegate and also participated in the Every 15 Minutes program. He currently works at Kroger and hopes to pursue a career in business.
Christy is new to BPA but is very excited to see what activities best suit her. She runs track, is president of FACS Club, and is also an active member of both the Sunshine Society and Drama Club.
Dakota has played football, basketball, and baseball for his entire high school career. He has involved himself in six clubs: FACS Club, Student Council, FCA, BPA, National Honors Society, and Art Club. He volunteers at the Monticello Food Pantry and attends the Chalmers Community Church youth group. He was a Hoosier Boys State delegate and a part of the Every 15 Minutes program last year. His hobbies include photography and riding snowmobiles.
Natalie is the president of both Art Club and Band. She's also a member of FACS Club, the National Honors Society, and, of course, BPA. Outside of school, Natalie can be found at the Oakdale Dam Inn, where she has been waitressing for quite some time, or at the mall or movie theaters, where she enjoys spending time with her friends.
"I like to be awesome. Just kidding. Don't put that."
Ana transfered to Frontier from Twin Lakes. There, she was varsity cheer captain for three years, as well as a member of the recycling and roadies clubs. She has work experience at the WMRS (Sunny 107.7) radio station in Monticello. Ana loves spending time with family, enjoys the outdoors, and occasionally helps children with special needs through peer tudoring. She plans to attend Indiana University Kokomo School of Business in the fall.
Gabby has enjoyed running track for three years and absolutely loves her job at the Oakdale Dam Inn. This year, she decided to join a number of clubs, including BPA, FACS Club, and Drama Club, in an attempt to find what she is ultimately passionate for.
Skylar loves to listen to music all the time. She enjoys hanging out with her friends. She also likes to spend time with animals.
Hayley can be found involving herself in cross country, track, and basketball. Outside of school, she loves to play recreational tennis. She is president of FACS Club and a member of the Sunshine Society. Her motto? "Pizza is life."