Featured Rocklin Student: Connor Manley
Rocklin, CA, - Connor Manley, a member of Rocklin High School's 2015 Honor Guard, is a high achieving student who is involved in sports and clubs on campus.
Connor is currently enrolled in advanced classes such as AP Physics B, EST III, AP US History, Spanish IV, Pre-Calculus Honors, Statistics, and Language Arts III. Connor is also on the Varsity Baseball team and a member of CSF as well as Skills USA.
Outside of school, Connor has volunteered for several baseball camps in which he teaches young players the mechanics of the game. He has also volunteered at the local senior citizen home, Casa De Santa Fe, with the baseball team. Another community service project of his has been the Thunder Galleria toy drive for the holidays.
After high school Connor plans to attend a four year university and pursue a degree in civil, aeronautical, or environmental engineering. Connor likes to live by the quote, "a successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him," by David Brinkley.
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