Zach Wilson, senior at Castle View High School, accepts a Student of the Month plaque from President Elect Elaine Love. Also attending were Wilson’s family, father Roger, mother Clare and sister Chloe, and Rex Corr, principal of Castle View High School. 
Zach Wilson, senior at Castle View High School, has been named the March Student of the Month by the Rotary Club of Castle Rock.
Castle View Principal Rex Corr introduced Wilson whom he called a benefit to the school community. He said Wilson was a school leader who was very active in Future Business Leaders of America, DECA, the school band, and the school’s student government.
He said Wilson was very visible around the school and led by example. He said one example of that was Wilson’s leadership during the school’s fund raising week (MAD), which raised $35,000 for charity. He also has completed more than 200 hours of community service.
In addition, Wilson is in the National Honors Society, the Music Honors Society, the American Sign Language Honors Society and carries a 3.78 grade point average.
Corr said Wilson’s teachers said Wilson works hard and puts in a lot of self-sacrifice. They said he wears leadership well and in the big picture has made Castle View a better place.
He lettered all four years in the school band, was the section leader of percussion and the vice president and president of the band.
In student government, he was junior class president and vice president of the student body government.
Wilson’s community service was mostly working at National Leadership Training camps teaching youth leadership skills.
Wilson told the club he plans to attend either the University of Colorado at Boulder or Arizona State University to study business. He said hopes to give back to his community and may become a Rotarian.