Nathan Cook, a senior from Noblesville High School (NHS), enjoys inspiring other students at school.
He says it‘It’s a positive way to involve other people in all the great things happening in the NHS and in the Noblesville community.
“I‘I am the student body president, so I lead the student government of the NHS,” says Cook. “I also sit on the principal‘s advisory board, and I‘member of the National Honor Society.
Cook takes her responsibilities seriously, but also has a lot of fun working with other students and NHS staff. He enjoys working on many school events.
“My favorite thing about student government is definitely our ability to get the school excited about the different events we are planning, like homecoming and prom,” says- he. “Traditions like homecoming provide a unique opportunity to make school fun and also uplift school spirit.
Cook is also a member of the Mayor of Noblesville‘s Youth Council. He believes in it‘This is a very positive way to improve Noblesville.
“I love being part of a group of other motivated students who care about the community and want to improve it,” he says.
Cook is a member of other organizations that mean a lot to him. He looks forward to their meetings and events.
“I am also a student board member of the Noblesville Schools Education Foundation, and I‘my Boy Scout,” he says.
Cook is also the manager of the women’s basketball team.
“This‘It’s a really cool way to get involved in high school sports,” Cook says. “Go millers!
Cook is also part of the NHS group and other school activities.
“I‘I’m in jazz 1, wind ensemble and NHS show choir, and I play alto saxophone and clarinet,” he says. “The performing arts are really special in Noblesville, and I love creating music with extremely talented and committed musicians.
Cook really enjoyed the friendships he made in the NHS.
“I‘I’m especially proud of the jazz band‘s achievements while I‘I’ve been a part of the band, including at the National Essentially Ellington Festival two years in a row,” Cook said. “I would like to be in a group for fun next year at university, but I‘I don’t plan to study music.
Cook says he can’t wait to go to college.
“I‘I’m going to IU Bloomington next fall to study law and public policy,” he says. “I‘I am the youngest of a family of former IUs, so I‘I’m very excited to be there.
The cook can‘I can’t say enough positive things about life in Noblesville.
“I‘I’ve lived in Noblesville all my life and love the sense of community and tradition we have here,” says Cook.