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Theodore Fisher

Theo, as he is called, is a 16-year-old, young man who has been described as a Christian, curious, inquisitive, great learning attitude, social skills, humble, confident, assertive, respectful, caring and trustworthy.

He processes all of these characteristics which is why he has received THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARS. Membership with NSHSS begins with recognition of academic achievement, but it doesn’t end there. NSHSS serves to help high-achieving students successfully transition from high school to college and from college into their young professional lives.

To become a member of NSHSS, Members must be a student in high school and must meet ANY ONE of the criteria listed:

  • 3.5 Cumulative GPA (4.0 Scale) or higher (or equivalent such as 88 on a 100-point scale)
  • 1280 SAT score or higher
  • 1150 PSAT score or higher
  • 26 ACT score or higher
  • Score 4 or higher on any AP exam
  • Total combined IB test scores of 36 or higher
  • Top 10% rank in class

Theo goes above and beyond what is required of him! He has consistently proven his prowess toward success by serving on THE DECATUR PUBLIC SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT YOUTH ADVISORY BOARD, received academic certificates from his church home, ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH, since 1st grade. He is a student intern with Caterpillar, Inc. participated in the BIG BROTHERS, BIG SISTERS program, winner of the MIDDLE SCHOOL SPELLING BEE, HIGH SCHOOL HONORS CLASSES and participated in many banquet events in Decatur.

As if this isn’t enough, He is a very talented Saxophone and Drum instrumentalist who has played for 7 years in the church INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT and also plays in the jazz and marching band at MacArthur High School in Decatur, IL.

Let’s not forget, Theo got his academic and musical start at ANTIOCH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY.

Marsha Fisher is the proud parent of Theodore Fisher.

You are on your way to more success!! We would like to say a BIG CONGRULATIONS ON YOUR
ACHIEVEMENTS. You have made us all very proud. GREAT JOB, KEEP IT UP!!

Theodore Fisher