WCHS recognizes IASP’s Rising Stars of Indiana class of 2024 

From left, Caleb Smith, Patrick Stump, Luke Snyder, Raquel Brouwer. Photo provided.
News Release

WARSAW — The Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) recently announced the Rising Stars of Indiana Class of 2024.

With a focus on academic excellence, this prestigious recognition celebrates the outstanding achievements of students in their 11th grade from high schools across Indiana. 

Each high school in Indiana had the opportunity to nominate up to four students for this esteemed recognition. The selection criteria encompassed various aspects of academic prowess and overall merit, including the number of advanced classes undertaken such as AP, IB, ACP, and/or dual credit courses, standardized test scores, participation in extracurricular activities, both academic and non-academic, as well as demonstrating exceptional leadership, community service, and involvement. 

Warsaw Community High School proudly presents the four exceptional scholars who have been chosen to represent the Rising Stars of Indiana Class of 2024. Raquel Brouwer; Caleb Smith; Luke Snyder; and Patrick Stump, have exhibited remarkable academic achievements and exemplify the qualities sought after by the IASP. 

“We extend congratulations to Raquel Brouwer, Caleb Smith, Luke Snyder and Patrick Stump for their remarkable accomplishments thus far,” said Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert. “This well-deserved recognition celebrates their dedication, commitment, and perseverance. We are confident that they will continue to surpass expectations, further their knowledge, and develop their leadership skills well into the future.”