Thomas Bradley and Eliza Days have been named Students of the Month for February at Carrollton High School where both are seniors.
Son of Angela Criner of 4270 Nectar Rd., Salineville, Bradley is a member of the FFA chapter and Hoops for Hope Committee at CHS. Upon graduation he plans to pursue a career as a police officer then eventually SWAT.
His siblings include a sister, Natasha Hyndman, 23, Tyler Bradley, a sophomore, and Josh Criner, a 1st grader. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, trail riding with ATV’s and watching Cops on TV.
When asked what teacher, coach, family member or special friend has influenced him and why, Bradley said: Grandma and Mom. They teach me to never give up and follow my dream.
In offering advice for success in life, Bradley said; “Enjoying the small things in life leads you to bigger and better things.”
ELIZA, daughter of Rodney and Connie Days of 2222 Channel Rd., Carrollton, is Student advisor for the FFA chapter, President of the 4-H Beef Club and member of the Student Council, Chamber Chorus, yearbook staff, bowling team and is secretary of the senior class at CHS. Eliza is also active in the Carrollton Bible Chapel’s youth group.
She has a sister, Emmy, 16, a 10th grader, and a brother, Evan, 14, a 9th grader.
Her hobbies include singing, traveling and taking livestock projects to the fair.
Upon graduation, Eliza plans to attend Liberty University in Virginia and major in communications.
When asked what teacher, coach, family member or special friend has influenced her and why, Eliza replied: My parents have influenced me greatly. They have made sure to instill honorable characteristics in me since I was young and raised me in a Christian atmosphere to ensure I am always growing in my faith and building a sound relationship with the Lord.
In offering advice for success in life, Eliza said: “I believe that success in life is measured by you and your actions. You should set goals for yourself and achieve them to be successful in your own eyes. Your success is defined by you.”
They become eligible for a $500 scholarship to be awarded by Gateway Royalty at the conclusion of the 2015-16 school year, have their pictures on display in the showcase at CHS and be treated to lunch by Principal David Davis.