(NEWS CENTER Maine)-- From the County to the coast. That's the move that Noah Heidorn and his family made when they came from Caribou to Camden in the 8th grade. Noah's passion for athletic and academic success has been with him forever.
"I've always kind of known that sports are an added bonus and something that helps me field through the stress of schoolwork, but it's school that will take me farther down the road... I was the kid who would go to the library, grab a stack of books, and go through the books in the summer" said Noah.
Noah has a grade point average of 99. He plays basketball and tennis and is President of his class, President of National Honor Society, involved in concert and jazz band and is working on a senior project to bring an adaptive basketball program to Camden Hills next year. Noah will be attending Gordon College where he has a detailed plan...
"I love understanding different cultures and people and religion. So I am going to school to major in political science, and minor in theology, and I am thinking law school after that and then maybe a politician."
We are winding down this seasons' Varsity Club and in just a few weeks we will reveal what boy and girl walked away with the annual Bruce Glasier scholarship which is worth 2500 dollars each.