Sara Misura, a junior at Galion High School, was recently selected as the January Student of the Month. The positive character trait for January at GHS was “compassion.”
Misura is currently a member of the GHS Academic Challenge team. She also takes courses through the High School’s College Credit Plus program.
“Being named Galion High School Student of the Month means that I am being a good student role model and all my hard work is starting to pay off,” Misura said. “I am very proud to say that I am Galion High School’s Student of the Month.”
Outside of school, Misura rescues and trains horses, which she shows in 4-H along with S&B Performance Horses in Bucyrus.
“Sara is incredibly deserving of this recognition,” said principal Ron Williams. “She is truly a compassionate person and is a positive role model for our students at GHS.”
After graduating from GHS, Misura plans to attend college and double major in pre-veterinary medicine and equestrian studies. She plans to continue with veterinary school to earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine with an emphasis in equine medicine and surgery.
For more information about the Galion High School Student of the Month program, please contact Molly Fairchild at [email protected]