Natalie Suding

Natalie Suding is an exceptional leader in academics and service at BCHS. She’s earned a 4.533 weighted grade point average and worked her way to membership in National Honor Society, Science Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, the History Club, and is secretary of Student Council where events are organized like homecoming, dances, and spirit weeks.

Natalie is a 4-year member of the volleyball and track team, and of History Day where she went to nationals her sophomore year, placed second at state in a group documentary, and interviewed college professors across the state. In the community, she has volunteered for Brown County Booster Club events, for Parks and Rec social programs, the Hilly Half, Chocolate Walk, is  a Red Cross blood donor and volunteer, and has planned events for clothes distributions and community service projects. She’s also worked at the Flower and Herb Barn, Yesteryear Old Time Photo, and the Nashville IGA. Learning from the past has been a favorite of Natalie and led to her interest in history, archeology, and anything that requires research and new insights.

Backpacking in Spain sparked an interest in languages, and research and investigation have suggested an interest in  criminology or law. Any of these topics may turn into a major field of study for Natalie as she plans for her future at George Mason University this fall.