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High School Hero Nomination Form

Sponsored by Franklin Building Supply

Help us recognize outstanding high schools students in your area by nominating yourself or someone who you believe is deserving of our High School Hero Award.

Nomination Criteria

Good academic standing
Must be a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in high school
Highly involved in both community and school
Person goes "above and beyond" to promote school spirit, serve the community, help others, and is a positive role model to others

Nomination Process

Below is the High School Hero nomination form. Please complete the form and its entirety. Forms may either be submitted online or printed here and mailed to Franklin Building Supply’s Corporate Office at 9222 Barnes Dr. Boise, ID 83709 Attn: High School Hero Committee. The deadline for 2017 submission is March 31st. The winner will be announced April 1st.

Selection Process

Each season, the HSH Committee will meet to review the nominations. Nominees will be judged on the basis of multiple achievements:

Grade point average (25%)
Academic activities (25%)
School related extra-curricular activities (25%)
Community and/or civic related involvement (25%)

Award

Franklin Building Supply will donate $500 in student's name to the academic department or non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of his or her choosing. The winner will also receive a $500 cash prize for themselves, along with press and media coverage provided by Franklin Building Supply.

Additional (Optional) Items to Include with Form

Students may include up to two photographs. These photos will be used for publicity purposes and will not be returned. You may also include copies of awards, certificates, special honors and letter of recommendation from teachers, coaches, principal, employers, community leaders, etc. The option to attach additional documents will be available to you upon completion of this form.

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Academic Activities

(Classroom activities, Curriculum-related, Honor Society, etc.)




School-Related Extra-Curricular Activities

(Sports, music, clubs, service or volunteer activities, etc.)


Non-School Related Extra-Curricular Activities

(Community, civic, church activities, etc.)


Additional Questions for Consideration