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Tech High honors Hershberger, Wile

April 04, 2011
  • Logan Hershberger
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Logan Hershberger and Allison Wile have been named students of the month at Washington County Technical High School for the month of March.  

Logan is a senior enrolled in the computer repair and networking class at Tech High. Logan’s academic schedule includes AP English language studies, honors psychology and CISCO Academy.

Logan’s home school is Williamsport High School. He maintains a 3.93 grade-point average.

After Logan graduates, he plans to attend Hagers-town Community College for two years and transfer to Shepherd University.

In his free time, Logan likes to surf the Internet to read about current events and take care of his cars.  Logan also likes to bowl.

Logan hopes to attain a master’s degree in computer science and work for the Department of Homeland Security. Logan’s other goal is to own a new Camaro SS.

Logan is a member of the National Technical Honor Society.  

He is also a member of a bowling team at Dual Lanes, where he holds a 200 average.  Logan would like to thank his parents, teachers and friends for their continued support and guidance in all of his endeavors.

Allison is a senior in the health occupations class at Tech High.

Her academic classes consist of advanced-placement English language, advanced-placement calculus, honors sociology, honors psychology and health occupations.  Allison’s home school is  Smithsburg High School.  

She maintains a 4.04 grade-point average.  

Allison is a member of the National Technical Honor Society.  

She was recently one of two students from Tech High to attend the Governor’s Young Inaugural at the University of Maryland College Park campus.  

After Allison graduates, she plans to attend Hagers-town Community College for two years and possibly transfer to a four-year university to become a registered nurse in pediatrics.  

Allison would like to thank her parents, teachers, and friends for their support and dedication in helping her become the successful

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