Tory Clower and John Nickel have been selected Stillwater High School Students of the Week.

Clower is the daughter of Pam and Andy Clower and has a weighted grade point average of 3.925 and an unweighted GPA of 3.775.

She has been a member of Youth and Government for four years and was treasurer, web master and state editor-in-chief, Beta Club for four years and was president, Recycling Club for two years and was president, German Club for three years and was president and vice president, was a member of the National Honor Society for two years and has been involved in Gay-Straight Alliance for three years and was president.

Her honors include earning the Girl Scout gold, silver and bronze awards, was an AP Scholar and was a delegate to Conference on National Affairs, where she was the web editor.

She has been involved in competitive acting and debate in 2005 and has been in Odyssey of the Mind since 2005. She was also involved in tennis 2003-2005.

Her off-campus activities include playing classical guitar, performing in “The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood” and has been in the Girl Scouts since 1996.

She worked for Stillwater High School 20 hours per week from June to August of 2007.

She describes herself as motivated, creative and organized. Her future plans are to go to Germany next year as an exchange student, then major in advertising in college.

Nickel is the son of Kathleen Norman and Rod Nickel and has a GPA of 3.71.

He has been involved in Beta Club for three years and Drama and Debate for one year.

His honors include being elected lieutenant governor for Boys’ State and was in Stillwater Leadership Tomorrow. He also was an SPEF grant winner for ping pong tables and foosball table.

He has been on the baseball team for one year, tennis team for two years and the swimming team for one year.

His outside activities include triathlons, golf, Frisbee golf and road and mountain biking.

He has worked for Cooper’s Bicycle Center, 40 hours in the summer and 12 hours in school for two years and has been mowing six hours per week for four years.

He describes himself as Christian, witty and muscular.

His future plans are to attend Ozark Christian College and Oklahoma State University.

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