WHS outstanding student in chemistry is Caleb Cole

Caleb Cole

Caleb Cole has been nominated as Wayland High School’s Outstanding Chemical Student of the Year for consideration by the American Chemical Society. The society allows teachers in Allegan County to nominate a student as the Outstanding High School Chemistry Student of the Year. “Outstanding” does not necessarily refer only to having “the best” grade in chemistry, but can be more broadly defined as a student who shows particular interest in learning the subject, effectively applying the concepts learned, as well as a desire to mentor others. Chemistry teacher Karen Gabrielse nominated Cole for the honor.

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  • Congrats, Caleb. My second cousin graduated from MSU with a degree in chemical engineering. He was hired by a big company before he finished school, and now, as a very young man, is well compensated and well travelled. Good for you, and keep up the good work.

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