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My reference letter from Mrs. Leah Manley:

To Whom It May Concern:

            Whitney Trusty has expressed an interest in pursuing a college degree, and I am happy to recommend her.  She is a very good student and a fine person.  Whitney was a student in my Accelerated Physics class at Montgomery County High School this past year.  She was a hard worker and an upstanding young woman.
During class last year, I became better acquainted with Whitney.  She set high standards for herself and worked hard to reach her goals. Whitney spent as much time as was necessary to complete all of her assignments to the best of her ability.  
Much time was spent on laboratory experiments in Accelerated Physics class, and Whitney proved herself to have many leadership qualities with her group.  Whitney worked hard on all experiments and excelled on group activities.  She always got along well with her classmates and helped keep them on task.
Whitney also has interests outside the classroom making her a well-rounded student.  She has been on the Montgomery County High School Mock Trial Team since 2005 and is a member of Beta, SERVE, Key, and FBLA Clubs.  Whitney is a volunteer as well.  Even with all these various commitments, Whitney is still able to maintain her position on the honor roll.
Because of Whitney’s good work ethic, leadership qualities, intelligence and dedication, I am happy to recommend her for both admission and any scholarships for which she may apply.  She is very deserving of both.

Sincerely,
Leah Manley
Physics Teacher
Montgomery County High School

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My reference letter from Mr. Jon Mansfield:

To Whom it May Concern:

I am pleased to have the opportunity to say a few words about a terrific young person.  I have known Whitney Trusty since she began her career at Montgomery County High School, and I am happy to offer her my sincere and enthusiastic recommendation.

First of all, Whitney has done a solid job in the classroom.  Her 3.068 grade point average, while quite good, does not reflect her true academic ability.  The impressive thing about Whitney is that she is finishing very, very strong.  Her grades are getting better with each term.  It has been so rewarding to watch Whitney develop from an uncertain, slightly insecure, freshman to the impressive young woman that she is today.  I am completely confident that Whitney is prepared for even the most rigorous of college environments. 

Whitney’s talents go far beyond the classroom, however.  I have come to know Whitney best through her participation on our school’s mock trial team.  As coach of this team, I have had the pleasure of watching Whitney develop into a fine witness.  As a part of our state championship team, she has competed on the very highest level of high school mock trial.  I am so proud of her.

Perhaps more impressive of all is Whitney’s record of service.  She is active in the MCHS Students Enjoying Rewarding Volunteer Experiences (SERVE) program.  This unique program matches students with outside agencies that are in need of volunteer assistance.  In addition, she is a volunteer in our Postponing Sexual Involvement program, and serves as a tutor for elementary school students.  Outside of school, Whitney has volunteered at a local nursing home.  Whitney has been a credit to our school, and I am excited for her as she begins the next phase of her education.

Sincerely,
Jon Mansfield
Counselor
Montgomery County High School

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