If you wander the halls of Bellaire High School after the final bell has rung, you will likely catch a glimpse of our December Rotary Student of the Month, Lindsay Lampman, as she runs to her next activity. Daughter of Jeff and Karen Lampman, Lindsay is an extraordinary student, a fabulous athlete, and a role model for her community.
Throughout her time at BHS, Lindsay has not only shown she is a tremendous scholar, with a 3.76 grade point average, but that she is willing to step up and volunteer for anything. From Quiz Bowl to Student Council, and Prom Committee to Yearbook, Lindsay’s list of involvement in school activities could go on and on. Notably, she is a member of our chapter of National Honor Society and has been her class secretary for 4 straight years.
Lindsay’s service to others extends beyond the Bellaire front doors; she is part of the Antrim County Youth Coalition and an active member of the St. Luke’s Youth Group. Her participation in these groups has afforded her several opportunities for mission trips to Detroit, South Bend, and Belize in South America. Thus, her accomplishment of having over 100 hours of community service in two years is not just within her school or our local community, but her positive influence and leadership have now spread throughout Michigan and globally.
As a three-sport athlete and captain in volleyball, basketball, and softball, Lindsay knows how to manage her time and lead her peers toward a common goal; she hones her leadership abilities both on and off the court or field. She teaches and guides her teammates to understand, to improve, and to have confidence in themselves. Lindsay is considering continuing to use her status as a role model to become a teacher and athletic coach in a low-income area. The BHS staff know that Lindsay will succeed at whichever college she chooses as she studies education.