The Grant Community High School November Student of the Month is senior Cameron Little, son of John and Cabrina Little of Round Lake.
Cameron's academic achievements include induction into the National Honor Society during his sophomore year. He has completed and obtained college credit for six AP classes and earned the AP Scholar with Distinction award. This year he is undertaking another two AP classes as well as Calculus 3, another college level course. His GPA is a remarkable 5.07/4.00.
He is a Big Dawg Mentor, he was chosen to represent Grant at American Legion Boys State, he is a multi-Bulldog Pride award winner, the “Most Valuable Student” in his Pre-Calculus class, and the “Oh My Goodness” award in AP World History class.
His extracurricular activities include Math Team since freshman year where he is currently serving as Co-Captain, Academic Team and FBLA member since sophomore year, and he joined the Table Tennis Club last year.
Cameron has logged numerous service hours helping out his peers in the Math Lab and tutoring in the library, working with NHS at the book check-in and check-out, graduation, Back-to-School Night, and at the Fall Play as an usher. He also helps in his community with the Fox Lake Cardboard Boat Race, Big Hollow Family Game Night, Big Hollow Pizza Bash, Feed My Starving Children, and Bernie’s Book Bank.
In addition to all of his activities, Cameron works as a food runner as well as manager at Dockers Restaurant. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking for his family; working out; building, replacing, and repairing things; gardening, planting, and protecting nature; studying math and science; and spending time and competing with his four siblings.
His plans for the future include pursuing a degree in electrical, civil, or nuclear engineering at the University of Illinois-Urbana.