North Baltimore High School
NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore High School named Jordan Coup as September Student of the Month.
Kylie Grilliot was selected as North Baltimore’s Student of the Month for October.
Coup maintains a 3.4 GPA in his high school coursework. He is a four-year runner on the cross country and track teams. He is a squad leader in the band and a member of the quiz bowl team. Additionally, he is an avid writer and hopes to publish his work.
Coup is a member of Boy Scouts, attended Buckeye Boys State, and is a part of Paws for a Cause, the district’s community service organization.
After high school, he plans to attend at Wright State University and major in biomedical engineering.
Teachers, who select the honorees, praised Grilliot.
“Kylie is one of the kindest, most genuine humans I’ve ever met. She’s the same around everyone she knows, but is able to share her opinion with a tactfulness often unknown at her age. She is extremely intelligent but humble at the same time, and I don’t think she understands how intelligent she truly is. She is a strong writer, speaker, and her singing voice is honestly one of the best I’ve heard in my life. She is a true joy to have in the classroom,” said English teacher Stefanie Waldvogel.
After high school, she plans to pursue a career in childcare.