Tech High names students of the month

May 24, 2010
  • Taylor Davis
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Taylor Davis and Micah Davis have been named Students of the Month for May by Washington County Technical High School.

Taylor is a senior enrolled in pre-engineering at Tech High. Taylor's home school is Williamsport High School.

Taylor's academic schedule consists of pre-engineering, digital electronics, AP literature, yearbook and AP calculus.

Taylor is a State SkillsUSA competitor, and recently won the state competition with the engineering technology team. Taylor and her team will go to Kansas City to compete in the national SkillsUSA competition.

During her free time, Taylor enjoys playing sports, reading, and spending time with her family and friends. Taylor will enroll at West Virginia University to become a computer engineer.

Taylor would like to thank her family and friends for supporting her. Taylor would especially like to thank her parents for pushing her to be the best she could be.

Micah Davis is a junior in the health occupation program at Tech High, where his academic classes consist of AP literature, honors algebra II, honors physics and honors world history.


Micah's home school is Smithsburg High, where he is a member of the Drama Club. Micah has starred in five productions, making his debut as "Lefou" in "Beauty and the Beast," and following that with "Dracula," "Singing in the Rain," "My Friend Grim" and "The Wizard of Oz."

Micah plans to pursue a career in pediatric oncology.

Micah's hobbies consist of dancing, acting and singing in his leisure time. Micah has a passion for children with chronic illnesses and loves to use his abilities to help others.

Micah is also active with the community, where he placed in the finals in SkillsUSA prepared speech and in the finals of Teen Idol, through which he sang at various locations around the county.

Micah has also traveled to China as a People-to-People Student Ambassador. Micah would like to thank his parents and teachers, especially Mrs. Kellman and Ms. Bradley, for encouraging him in his high school career.

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