By Carrie Knight
Junior Phillip Douglas received one of the two titles as student of the month for February by the Red Lion-Dallastown Rotary Club.
Music is a huge part of Phil’s free time. He has spent his junior year interning for Studio 117 in York City.
His music is also a huge contribution to school clubs, like Mini-Thon and Executive Council. Aside from his music interests, Phil is also a part of the varsity basketball and track teams.
When it comes to Phil’s classes, he is most excited to attend Digital Video.
“I get to be creative and I love that,” he said.
After high school, Phil has plans to head south for college and possibly major in cinematography and film/video production.
Phil credits his success to his role models, his parents.
“My role models are my parents,” Phil said. “My mom is creatively inclined and my dad is outgoing and also always has a positive attitude.”
Phil also says his success comes from networking. He talks to different people and experiences new things.
“I am very open-minded.”
Junior Caroline Frey was named one of the two February students of the month by the Red Lion-Dallastown Rotary Club.
“It’s fun being involved,” says Caroline. She is a Red Lion girls' varsity soccer player and the junior class Executive Council secretary.
“I am the prom committee leader, and it is fun planning the future of our class.”
Caroline also works very hard in school, her favorite class being Spanish 3. She credits her success in school to studying, time management, and a lot of flashcards.
She also gives credit for her success to her mom, who is her role model.
“She is always positive and a cheerful person and I strive to be like her,” she said.
After high school she would like to strive for continued success at Penn State University to study Psychiatry.
Outside of school Caroline enjoys shopping, hanging out with friends, and eating lots of ice cream.
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