Two seniors from Fort Osage High School have been honored by the Rotary Club of Independence as students of the month.
• Brooklyne Sederwall is the senior class president, is a scholar-athlete and is secretary of the National Honor Society. She has run varsity track and cross-country and is in the Math Club, the Student Council, Skills USA, the Bible Club and the National Technical Honors Society. She is a junior college ambassador.
Outside school, she teaches piano and is a lifeguard. She’s on the Youth Advisory Council of the Truman Heartland Community Foundation. She has been on mission trips and is a kids worker at church.
She hopes to attend the College of the Ozarks to study nutrition, culinary arts and Spanish education. She would like to travel the world to learn different cuisines, teach nutrition and share her faith.
She is the daughter of Cinda and Darren Sederwall.
• Benjamin Preston is in the National Honor Society, earned the All Fort Osage Award during his junior year, has earned academic letters, earned the Scholar-Athlete Award in his sophomore and junior years, and has made the honor roll every semester in high school. He plays football and is in cheerleading, the marching band, the pep band, powerlifting and track.
He plans to work for the BNSF railroad and go to college, majoring in physical therapy.
He is the son of Kimberly and James Preston.