O'Neill, Rumball honored at Tech High

December 09, 2012

Skyler O’Neill and Kelly Rumball have been named Students of the Month for December at Washington County Technical High School.

O’Neill is a senior in computer game development and animation at  Tech  High. In addition, O’Neill is enrolled in advanced-placement English language, psychology, and advanced-placement calculus.

O’Neill is a student ambassador for career and technology education in Washington County and a member of the Technical Honor Society at Tech High. 

On his own time, O’Neill likes to draw, observe and study animation, work with computers and spend time with his friends.

After high school, O’Neill plans to attend college to study animation.

Rumball is a senior in the Project Lead the Way Academy of Biomedical Sciences at Tech High. She has a 4.06 grade-point average and is enrolled in three advanced-placement classes and one Essence class through Hagerstown Community College.

Over the summer, Rumball was accepted into HCC’s National Science Foundation-sponsored Biotechnology Summer Institute and earned seven college credits. Rumball is a member of the French Honor Society at her home school, Williamsport High School, and the National Technical Honor Society at Tech High. She is also a Career Technology Education Student Ambassador.

Outside of school, she works an average of 25 hours per week at Sam’s Club and frequently volunteers at Williamsport Retirement Village.

She enjoys her free time by relaxing with her friends and family.

After graduating, Rumball plans to attend West Virginia University to obtain her undergraduate degree in biochemistry before going to medical school. She hopes to eventually specialize in anesthesiology.

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