Michelle Fernandez

Marshfield High School Senior Michelle Fernandez Named Bremer & Trollop Law Offices’ March Scholar of the Month

Wausau, WI –March 20, 2015 – Bremer & Trollop Law Offices, S.C. congratulate Michelle Fernandez, a senior a Marshfield High School, who was chosen as the Bremer & Trollop March Scholar of the Month.

Jenessa Reid, a School Counselor and AP Coordinator at Marshfield High School, has written the following about Michelle, “As a student at Marshfield High School, Michelle has taken advantage of every opportunity, brought a refreshing, academically focused attitude to class discussions, and worked with intensity to learn as much as she could. She has continued this intensity by taking 11 AP courses prior to this school year and earning passing scores of 3 or better on every singe national exam. She will certainly continue this success on this coming spring’s national exams. Michelle has been honored with the AP National Scholar with Honors award as well as the AP National Scholar award. On the PSAT she scored the preliminary score necessary to be cited as a National Merit Commended Student. The academic honors go on and on from there.”

As a Scholar of the Month, Michelle will be awarded a scholarship from Bremer & Trollop Law Offices at the close of the 2014-2015 academic year. To be eligible for this recognition, the Bremer & Trollop Scholar of the Month must be a senior and be selected by his or her instructors based on the quality of the work that has been completed in the core curricular areas.

Michelle is the daughter of Edward and Yvette Fernandez.

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