Billings Senior High School
Parents: Rod and Sandi Eaton
Future Plans: After high school, I am planning on attending Whitworth University to major in Business Management, with a focus on Non-Profit, and minor in Theology.
Most Rewarding Class: AP Calculus has been the most rewarding and challenging class of my high school career. To me, this was such a great class because I got to see the outcome of all my math courses throughout my education come together. It was fun to see how much I progressed over the course of twelve years.
Teacher: Mrs. Cordes went above and beyond, and cared about me as an individual, not just another student taking her class. Not only was I blessed with having her for two years of English, but she also was one of my Platinum Program Advisers. She was easy to approach when I had questions about school, the Platinum Program, or even life in general.
Extracurricular: Student Council, The Platinum Program, Cross Country, Choir, Piano, Tennis, Senior Advocates, Youth Group, National Honor Society, Track, Trading Cards
Why Platinum Program: My parents encouraged me to participate in the Platinum Program because they felt that I was capable of achieving this accomplishment. I also saw it as a personal challenge that would stretch my knowledge for the college
Magnum Opus: My Magnum Opus topic was cancer, and with it, I organized a glow-in-the-dark fun run for a local non-profit organization called United Luv. It is an organization that raises money to buy iPads for cancer patients to use in hospitals around Montana. Over 800 people participated in the race, raising enough money for 50 iPads.