NEW LONDON, N.H.– Superintendent Winfried Feneberg is pleased to announce Kearsarge Regional High School’s January student of the month.
Mathew Ulrich, a senior of Bradford, was selected as the January 2021 student of the month at Kearsarge Regional High School after being nominated by faculty for the honor.
“Mat is willing to get his hands dirty and don hip waders if it means he can do science,” said Science teacher Emily Anderson.
Ulrich is an honor roll student at Kearsarge who has challenged himself by taking several Honors and AP level classes. He is described as a hard worker and deep thinker who will go above and beyond to understand and apply his learning. He has worked on various mapping projects and has reached out to local conservation commissions to help with various walking-trail projects around the area.
He is involved with Project CLIMB (Challenging Limitations in Mind and Body), where his kindness and sense of responsibility make him a reliable leader. He is a member of the Student Council, and his friendly, hard working nature makes him a great advocate for the student body. He is also the Vice President of the National Honor Society.
“Mat is a thoughtful and engaged member of the Kearsarge community as a whole,” Superintendent Feneberg said. “We hope you will join us in congratulating him on this well-deserved honor and recognition.”