The Sanilac County Community Foundation is pleased to announce Isabel Woodall is one of this year’s 2021 recipients of the Gordon Pabst Scholarship.
Isabel is the daughter of Bill and Rachel Woodall. She is a six-year attendee of the prestigious Brown City Honors Banquet. Graduating from Brown City with a 4.2833 grade point average. Isabel is the first in school history to earn a STEM-endorsement on her high school diploma. Isabel has also earned her associates degree in general science from St. Clair County Community College completing 63 college credits with a 3.9 GPA. Isabel has held multiple leadership positions throughout her years at BCHS. Serving as the Student Council President for two years, Class of 2021 President for six years, and National Honors Society member for two years and held the Vice President position for one year. For three academic years Isabel has spearheaded raising school spirit through additional pep assemblies, and student section themes. Isabel has been a member of the technology, science and math academic teams. While maintaining high academic standards, Isabel has also represented BCHS athletically, earning a total of eleven varsity letters throughout her high school career. Isabel is a four-year letter winner as a part of the basketball team leading her team as captain for two years, two-year varsity volleyball player, three-year track and field athlete, and one-year cross country runner and sideline cheerleader. Outside of school, Isabel has been a member of the Oehrlein Dance Studio for 15 years and works part-time at Maple Valley Plastics. Isabel has been awarded Saginaw Valley State University’s President’s Scholarship and will be attending in the fall to pursue a degree in Secondary Education and Integrated Science.
The Gordon Pabst Scholarship Fund was established by Mr. Gordon Pabst a life-long resident of Marlette who dedicated his life to education working 28 years as an elementary teacher in the Marlette School System. Providing scholarship(s) to graduating Sanilac County seniors planning to pursue a teaching degree from an accredited university. Preference will be given to students from Marlette Community Schools.
This scholarship is administered through the Sanilac County Community Foundation. For more information on scholarship opportunities through the SCCF, contact the Foundation office at 810-648-3634.