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Taylor Grzywa

West De Pere High School

Mar. 8, 2013
 
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Taylor Grzywa is an actively involved senior at Phantom Knight School of Opportunity in West De Pere. He has served as president of the school’s community council for the past three years. Because of his dedication and leadership skills, he was chosen as one of the captains for the West De Pere High School soccer team, in which he has participated for the last four years. In addition, he was selected 2nd Team All-Conference. Taylor has maximized the potential of the school’s Project Based Learning format throughout his educational career, completing projects such as designing and installing the school’s kitchen cabinetry. His senior project is to serve as project manager on a construction site, overseeing the process of turning an empty lot into a completed home and working closely with all subcontractors involved in the process. Upon graduation, Taylor plans to attend Utah Valley University or University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.

Previous scholars

2012-13 school year

  • March 10, West De Pere: Taylor Grzywa
  • March 3, Gillett: Shane Anderson
  • Feb. 24, Oconto: Hunter Thomson
  • Feb. 3, Gresham: Brady Hoffman
  • Jan. 27, Oconto Falls: Mitch Friedman
  • Jan. 20, Bay Port: Benjamin Stampfl
  • Jan. 13, Green Bay Notre Dame Academy: Mark Cullen
  • Jan. 6, Luxemburg-Casco: Dawson Nonn
  • Dec. 30, Kewaunee: Kadin Browne
  • Dec. 16, Green Bay Southwest: Matt Pereyra
  • Dec. 9, Green Bay East: Brandon Duprey
  • Dec. 2, Gibraltar: Josh Leonard
  • Nov. 25, Shawano: Brandon Lewandowski
  • Nov. 18, De Pere: Adam Gajewski
  • Nov. 11, Denmark: Thomas Butzer
  • Nov. 4, NEW Lutheran: Caleb Benz
  • Oct. 28, Green Bay Preble: Tyler Brackeen
  • Oct. 21, Sturgeon Bay: Bryce Hartl
  • Oct. 14, Bay City Baptist: Zach Lealiou
  • Oct. 7, Algoma: Jacob Wiese
  • Sept. 30, Ashwaubenon: Lucas Connelly

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