For Forman Scholar Jacob Grusemeyer, law enforcement runs in the family. Many of his relatives are current or former New Jersey State Troopers. With a desire to continue his family’s legacy of service to the community, Jacob hopes to one day count himself among the State Troopers’ ranks and protect New Jersey’s highways on the turnpike beat.
While a student at Salem High School, Darius Sanders never shied away from a challenge. He constantly pushed himself and made the most of his high school experience. Post graduation, Darius reflects on his time as a student athlete as he looks ahead to a robust academic career.
Growing up as an active athlete, Forman Scholar Gage Ausland often found himself on the mend and in need of physical therapy. Over the years, he came to appreciate how the physical therapists he worked with focused their time on more than just the healing of his body.
Only 7.4% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women, according to the business magazine’s 2020 ranking of the country’s largest companies. Forman Scholar Emma Boggs has her sights set on increasing that percentage in the future.
Many students are involved in their high schools’ music programs, but very few students make it to performing on a national stage even before they get to college. Forman Scholar Tommy Hunter finds himself as an exception.
Elinor Frank took advantage of every second of her high school experience. She stayed busy throughout her four years, filling her schedule with field hockey games, choir and band rehearsals, and student government meetings.