ExCEL Award Winners 2015

Juniors Anjelique Bomar and Adam Fish have been selected as the Mound Westonka High School recipients of the Minnesota State High School League’s ExCEL Award. ExCEL—Excellence in Community, Education and Leadership—is a unique recognition program designed exclusively for Minnesota high school juniors who are active in school activities, show leadership qualities and are model citizens.

“Both Adam and AJ are outstanding leaders and great students who are highly involved in school activities and our community,” said Westonka Activities Director Jeff Peterson. “Congratulations and good luck as they move on to the state level of competition.”

Bomar is a two-year member of the auditioned Concert Choir. As a three-year member of the volleyball team, Bomar earned Most Improved, MVP and the White Hawk Award. As a member of the track team, Bomar earned two Spotlight on Scholarship awards. Bomar is a three-year member of the “A” Honor Roll and carries a 3.988 GPA this year. She is a member of National Honor Society and the Principal/Student Advisory Counsel. She is also a member of Link Crew and the Harbor Group.

Fish is an oboe player in Jazz Band and is a three-year member of the musical pit orchestra. Fish was named to the Wright County Conference Honor Band and the Minnesota Youth Jazz Band two years, as well as to the All State Orchestra, U of M High School Honor Band, the St. Olaf High School Honor Band and the Minnesota Band Director’s Association Honor Band. Fish is on the “A” Honor Roll, and a member of Student Senate, National Honor Society and Link Crew. He has earned four Spotlight on Scholarship awards and serves as section leader on the Band Leadership Council. Fish has also earned two varsity letters in football and was named White Hawks Offensive Scout Squad Player of the Year as a junior. In addition to his school activities, Fish is a camp counselor, a youth football and baseball group leader, and a volunteer with Feed My Starving Children, WeCAN and White Hawks Love to Read.


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