The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center recognized the October Students of the Month. Taylor Tinsley, a Printing and Graphic Arts senior, is from Indian Lake High School, and Brett Rappold, an Allied Health & Nursing senior, is from Riverside High School.
Home School: Indian Lake
Parent: Laurie Tinsley
Things I enjoy doing: Playing the Mellophone in Marching Band, writing, hiking/walking nature trails listening to music, creating art, printing and graphics, swimming, walking my dog, fishing and traveling
Favorite Movie: Divergent Series
Favorite Food: Honey Chicken
What OHP Means to Me: Ohio Hi-Point means bettering myself. I can better myself by learning a skill in a relevant field, being a leader and being able to secure a great future for myself. OHP is the future because it offers a future for all students.
What I will do after Graduation: I plan to continue my job at T & L graphics and enroll into a two-year college for graphic design.
Favorite Quote: “Hope is the heartbeat of the soul”- Michelle Horst
Home School: Riverside
Parents: Todd and Becky Rappold
Things I enjoy doing: Sleeping, eating, video games, reading and school group activities
Favorite Movie: The Shawshank Redemption
Favorite Food: Cheeseburger sliders
What OHP Means to Me: Ohio Hi-Point has given me many opportunities to succeed because they have outstanding teachers and staff.
What I will do after Graduation: Go to college to study nursing and pursue a degree in becoming a nurse practitioner.
Favorite Quote: “We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that death will tremble to take us”- Charles Bukowski
Information submitted by Ohio Hi-Point Career Center.