The Bellaire Rotary Club recently celebrated the outstanding achievements of Isaac Bigsby as their October Rotary Student of the Month. A diligent student and charitable citizen, Isaac has earned this honor with his academic achievements, contributions to his community, and the leadership he models.
With a grade point average of 4.0 and a consistent record on the honor roll, Isaac’s abilities and good character have been noted by both the Bellaire National Society (NHS) and Student Council. Serving for the second year on NHS, Isaac spearheads many school activities as the vice president. Furthermore, the Student Council has been benefiting from Isaac’s leadership, for he has severed as co-president for the past two years and vice president his sophomore year. In addition, Isaac is also musically gifted as he fluently plays the oboe in the Bellaire Honor Band and Solo and Ensemble, and contributes to the Bellaire Marching Band by adding the alto saxophone. From marching in the band to marching on the asphalt, he has been a member of the track team since his sophomore year in which his favorite event is the 200m sprint. Inside or outside of school, Isaac also recognizes the importance of supporting his surrounding peers and neighbors. For the past three years he has been an active member of the Green Cord mentoring program and has served an active role through the St. Luke’s Youth Group on numerous activities. Isaac’s outstanding commitment and ambition have earned him the respect and admiration of his peers, and these attributes will serve him well as he prepares for graduation in the spring.
The next community to benefit from Isaac’s positive modeling has yet to be determined, but he plans to pursue a career in the medical field or utilize his love for English. No matter his decision, there is no doubt that Isaac will be a visionary and defining leader. Congratulations to Isaac and his parents, Cindy and Rick Bigsby of Bellaire!