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HS Student Bradley Peters Receives the Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award

Perry High School student, Bradley Peters, was recently notified that he has been named the Lake County recipient of the 2021 Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award by the Educational Service Center of the Western Reserve (ESCWR). 
 
Established in 1990 by the Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA), The Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award promotes and recognizes outstanding academic achievement in one senior student from each Ohio county. 
 
“Brad has excelled as a student at Perry High both academically and with extra-curricular activities,” said Perry High School Principal, Todd Porcello. “He has challenged himself with over 10 AP courses while participating in Science Olympiad, Academic Decathlon, and the golf and tennis teams. In addition, he serves as the Student Philanthropy Director for our Perry Service Learning class. Brad is a high performing student and a quality person that will be successful in whatever career path he chooses.”

Franklin B. Walter Award Recipient, Bradley Peters, with Perry High School Principal, Todd Porcello.

Bradley has been invited to attend the All-Scholastic Awards Program either via zoom, or if COVID restrictions permit, in-person, in Columbus on Tuesday, April 27th, hosted by the OESCA. In a letter from ESCWR Superintendent, Jennifer Felker, Bradley and his family were also invited to attend the Governing Board Meeting of the ESCWR on May 4th in Columbus and be presented with a check in the amount of $200.

“I am deeply honored and thankful to be the one who was chosen to be the recipient for this award,” said Peters, “I would like to thank my parents and all my teachers for supporting me all these years.”
 
The award is named in honor of Franklin B. Walter, who served as the state superintendent of education for Ohio from 1977 to 1991.

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