To help build community among our golfers, we’ve launched “Student of the Week” where we’ll recognize one student each week who has demonstrated one of our nine core values that week. We look forward to sharing more about our students and honoring them for their hard work!
8 year old Isabella likes being able to golf with different people and learn about golfing as a team. She likes Girls Golf and the friends she makes.
When asked for an example of showing respect (one of our Nine Core Values), Isabella said by just listening to each other, you’ve shown respect.
A member of Girls Golf, 13 year old Maya, has learned the 5 E-words, her favorite being Empower. She selected this word because she enjoys empowering others, especially helping them to overcome shyness.
Maya enjoys practicing her golf skills with her dad, using her favorite clubs- a 7-iron or driver. When not golfing, she enjoys spending time with her friends and playing video games.
Alex’s favorite core value is responsibility. He believes this to be important because everyone, no matter the age, has responsibilities.
When he’s not golfing, you can find Alex reading nonfiction history novels or eating his favorite food: tacos!
The 13 year old is a member of Girls Golf, and holds the word “enrich” as her favorite E-word.
Outside of golf, Tatum likes music, art, and traveling; she traveled from Texas to Ohio when she moved here last summer!
Noria’s favorite of the Nine Core Values is sportsmanship, because it means always playing by the rules. For instance, when golfing, she always keeps track of scoring honestly.
When not on the course, Noria enjoys swimming and playing with her dog, or enjoying an ice cream cone.
The third grader believes in never giving up, which is why his favorite Core Value is perseverance. With perseverance, he believes that he can achieve anything he sets his mind to.
In addition to golf, Adler enjoys playing baseball and fishing.
The eight year old’s favorite Core Value is sportsmanship. He believes in being nice to other players, which he practices in his relationship with his sister.
You can find the third grader snacking on his favorite food, pizza, when he’s not working on his golf swing!
12 year old Belle is a member of our Girls Golf program and has selected “Engage” as her favorite E-word, which she likes because it promotes interacting with others and meeting new people!
Belle has a love for not only golf, but also cheer and playing tag!
The six year old likes meeting new friends, so she chose “Engage” as her favorite E-word. Her coaches have noted that she practices engaging with others at Girls Golf well!
When not golfing, you can find Brooklyn doing gymnastics or swimming.
The 9 year old is a part of the program we collaborate on with After School All Stars. He’s selected his favorite Core Value as “honesty,” because it promotes fairness.
The third grader also enjoys playing soccer and basketball!
10 year old Claire selected “respect” as her favorite of the Nine Core Values, because it means to be polite. Claire shows respect by using her manners, saying “please” and “thank you.”
In addition to golf, Claire is also a member of Girl Scouts.
The 10 year old’s favorite Core Value is “honesty,” because it promotes the idea that you can trust someone who is honest with you. She believes it’s important to use the Nine Core Values in school every day.
Outside of golf, Annabel likes playing with her sister and brother and eating pizza.
The 12 year old selected “confidence” as her favorite Core Value. She chose this because it is something used all throughout life, and because “it is the core of all core values.”
You can find Sophia playing basketball and rollerblading when not golfing.
Our next Student of the Week, and first for the summer is 13 year old Xzavier Owens! The soon-to-be 9th grader, and all participants, learned about the Core Value “Courtesy” this week, which promotes demonstrating considerate behavior towards others.
Xzavier also plays basketball, soccer, and tennis when he’s not golfing, and his favorite food is a cheeseburger!