Marshfield High School's Scholar of the Month - Adrian Mayagoitia
Bremer & Trollop Law Offices congratulate Adrian Mayagoitia, a senior at Marshfield High School, who was chosen as the Bremer & Trollop March Scholar of the Month.
According to Krystal Salzmann of Marshfield High School, “Because of his hard work, ambition and academic diligence, Adrian is poised to succeed at the university level in pursuit of a major in chemical engineering. To this end, he will be attending Princeton this coming fall.
Adrian has challenged himself academically taking honor and Advanced Placement (AP) level courses each year. By the end of his senior year, he will have taken 14 AP courses along with many advanced courses. To date, he has taken and passed seven AP exams with a score of five on all. Recently, Adrian was recognized as a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. Adrian does not simply sit through class; he plays an active role in class discussions, and completing projects and labs. These academic feats are great accomplishments on their own but then you factor in the fact that Spanish is his native language and he moved to Wisconsin only four short years ago, you start to wonder if there is anything he cannot do. Adrian’s academic accomplishments make him one of the top students in the last ten years at MHS.”
As a Scholar of the Month, Mayagoitia will be awarded a scholarship from Bremer & Trollop Law Offices at the end of the 2018-2019 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.
Adrian is the son of Francisco and Isabel Mayagoitia.