Colleen Randolph, daughter of Mark Randolph and Monica Webb, has been selected as the October Bellaire Rotary Student of the month. Colleen is an outstanding student, athlete, and role model for her community.
Colleen has excelled during her time at Bellaire High School as evidenced by her 4.0 grade point average. She has been recognized for her academic abilities through her involvement in the National Honor Society (NHS) and her inclusion in the Bellaire Honor Roll each semester. Colleen’s favorite class is her Film and New Media program which she takes through the Career Technical Center.
Throughout her time in the NHS, Colleen has not only shown she is a tremendous scholar, but that she is a fantastic community member with her participation in several volunteer projects. Colleen is always looking to help others through local programs and organizations.
Colleen is actively involved within the school community as well. She is presently the Vice President for her class. Colleen’s peers look up to her and have previously elected her as a class representative.
Not only is Colleen a great student and community member, but she is a wonderful athlete. Colleen runs Cross Country in the fall season and runs again as a member of our Track team in the spring.
In addition to all that she does for the school, Colleen enjoys swimming and writing in her free time; she is always working on a new screen play or short story. One accomplishment she is particularly proud of is canoeing down the Hurricanaw River in Canada and across James Bay in the Arctic Ocean. Congratulations Colleen!