Multi-Activity Student Award Recognizes Over 15,000 In First Year

Multi-Activity Student Award Recognizes Over 15,000 In First Year
Courtesy of NSAA.

LINCOLN – An inaugural award highlighted several high school students across Nebraska as multi-activity recipients.

According to a release from the Nebraska School Activities Association, the NSAA and Nebraska State College System (NSCS) are pleased to announce the 15,358 recipients of the inaugural 2020-2021 Nebraska State Colleges Multi-Activity Student Award.

The award recognizes students in grades 9-12 who participate in at least three NSAA sanctioned activities during the academic year. The Multi-Activity Student Award is based solely on each member school’s eligibility list submitted through the NSAA website. Each high school student who meets the NSAA eligibility criteria will be recognized and awarded a certificate of achievement.

The NSAA and the NSCS are also thrilled to highlight the four high schools with the most multi-activity students. These four high schools will be presented with a banner at the NSAA State Soccer Championships in May to display at their school.

Those included Kearney High School with 157 multi-activity student count (Class A), Aurora High School with 133 (B), Malcolm High School with 110 (C) and Hartington Cedar Catholic High School with 74 (D).

Norfolk High finished third in Class A (119); Pierce placed fifth in Class C (91) and were followed by Battle Creek in sixth in Class C (89).

Nearly 78 students from Wayne High were featured. Find the complete list of recipients here.