Hoffmaster, Staubs recognized as Tech High students of the month

April 15, 2012
  • Hoffmaster

Marshall Hoffmaster and Allison Staubs were named students of the month for April at Washington County Technical High School.

Marshall is a junior in biomedical sciences at Tech High.

Outside of class, Marshall enjoys reading, playing sports, hanging out with friends and family. and researching topics outside of class. 

Marshall's home school is Williamsport High School.

Marshall is a member of the French Honors Society at his home school and is on the “It’s Academic/Quiz Bowl” Team at Tech High. 

Along with biomedical sciences, Marshall is enrolled in honors physics, advanced-placement literature, honors world history and honors precalculus.  Marshall holds a 3.97 grade-point average.

He plans to pursue further education by attending a four-year college to major in pre-med in hopes of one day becoming a surgeon.  


Allison is a junior in early childhood professions at Tech High.  Allison’s home school is Williamsport High School. 

Outside of school, Allison plays piano, writes, and enjoys volunteering at Williamsport Retirement Village and her church's toddler nursery. 

Allison is a student ambassador for Career Technology Education in Washington County, and is a member of the “It’s Academic/Quiz Bowl” team at Tech High.

Allison is enrolled in early childhood education, honors physics, honors world history, honors precalculus and advanced-placement English literature. 

She holds a 4.15 grade-point average and plans to pursue early childhood education and social work in college. 

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