The Little Falls Exchange Club has chosen Jack Schulte as the September Boy of the Month for the Little Falls Community High School (LFCHS). He is the son of Brent and Julie Schulte.
“Jack is one of those exceptional students at the Little Falls High School,” said science teacher Andy Ward.
“Throughout my career I have worked with some outstanding young adults. Jack is one of the most well put together, exceptional students to have ever set foot in my classroom,” said Ward. “Humble and unassuming, you’d never know that Jack is as brilliant as they come.”
Ward called Schulte, “Inquisitive, intuitive and eloquent” saying he had an interest in a variety of topics as well as the ability to assimilate information and share his knowledge with others.
“To say that I have thoroughly enjoyed knowing Jack over the last three-plus years would be an understatement and I am very excited to see what the future holds for him,” said Ward.
Schulte is a member of the Honor Society and has a GPA of 3.991. He is also a member of Link. Link is a program at the high school where upper class members mentor new students who have just started their high school career.
He has been involved on the hockey team, attaining his high school letter for this sport and is a team captain. He also participates on the high school track and golf teams.
On hearing of Schulte’s award, teacher Randy Tabatt, added his congratulations.
“It has been my pleasure to have had Jack as my student. Jack is tremendously conscientious as well as being an excellent student,” said Tabatt. “Jack’s personal qualities are what really separate him from his peers. Jack is a socially respectful young man.”
Tabatt said Schulte just gets it.
“He understands what it takes to be responsible and truly understands what is meant by respect. I know that besides being an excellent student he is also an Eagle Scout. This is more proof of his social consciousness,” said Tabatt.
“Jack is the type of young man you can put on a project and actually expect it will be done and done right. Besides being wise beyond his years, Jack is more importantly a great human being. With more Jack Schultes in the world, the world would be a better place,” Tabatt said.
Schulte has earned the rank of Eagle Scout and has also been involved in his community by giving of his time to his church with religious education.
In his spare time, Schulte likes to fish, hunt, golf and enjoys alpine skiing and scuba diving.
After high school, Schulte plans to attend Montana State University, where he will work to obtain a four-year degree in mechanical engineering.