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Tech High honors Stephens, Green

December 14, 2010
  • Tyler Stephens
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Tyler Notarianni Stephens and Khriste Green have been named December Students of the Month at Washington County Technical High School.

Tyler is a junior enrolled in the biomedical science program at Tech High. Tyler's home school is South Hagerstown High School.

He participated in the pre-international baccalaureate program his freshman and sophomore years at North Hagerstown High School, where his activities included student government, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Environmental Club and Honors Club.

Tyler's academic schedule includes biomedical science, advanced-placement English literature, honors world history, honors physics and psychology.

Tyler, 16, of Funkstown, enjoys pickup sports and reading. He works providing lawn care and teaches American Sign Language in various settings. He is an active member of Valley Grace Brethren youth group and is applying to become a member of Funkstown Volunteer Fire Co.

Tyler plans to attend college at Rochester Institute of Technology.

He wants to thank his family, interpreter, teachers, girlfriend and friends for helping him become the successful student he is today.

Khriste is a senior in the multimedia and graphic design program at Tech High, where her academic classes consist of multimedia and graphic design, advanced-placement English language, yearbook, advanced-placement calculus and honors psychology.

Khriste's home school is South Hagerstown High School.

She is a member of the National Technical Honors Society and has a 3.75 grade-point average.

After graduation, she plans to further her education in graphic design to earn a bachelor's degree.

Khriste is an employee at Super Shoes.

She volunteers at Ravenwood Nursing Home in Hagerstown, where she provides company for the residents and paints ceramics with them.

Khriste's many hobbies are cooking, drawing, tubing and being outside.

She would like to thank her family, friends and teachers for helping her become the successful person she is today.

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