Bremer & Trollop Law Offices congratulate Rylee Roth, a senior at Antigo High School, who was chosen as the Bremer & Trollop March Scholar of the Month.
According to Lila Gallenberg, AP Language & Composition Instructor, “One of Rylee’s most impressive qualities is her exemplary work ethic. At a time when many students choose easy courses during their senior year of high school, Rylee has enrolled in many advanced level courses including AP American History, Dual Credit Psychology, Dual Credit Anatomy & Physiology, Dual Credit Medical Terminology, Spanish 4, and Advanced Math. Her current GPA and class rank put her in the top third of her class.
In addition to her classes, Rylee has been involved in sports, clubs, and volunteer work. She has been active in tennis, running, and soccer. She keeps busy with school clubs like FFA, DECA, Key Club, and Spanish Club. As a volunteer, Rylee has assisted with incoming 8th and 9th-grade students, helped in our technology Chromebook room, worked concessions at football games, and made blankets for AVAIL. Rylee also helps fill backpacks with food for kids as part of our feed the children campaign so that no child goes hungry over the weekend.”
As Scholar of the Month, Rylee will be awarded a scholarship from Bremer & Trollop Law Offices at the end of the 2019-2020 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.
Rylee is the daughter of Earl and Carrie Roth.