Plymouth High School Announces Top Students

June 14, 2010


Plymouth High School has named its 2010 valedictorian and salutatorian. They are Todd M. Vervynckt and Andy Langdon.

Todd is the son of James and Laura Vervynckt. He holds a GPA of 12.269 on a 12-point scale. He is ranked number one in a class of 264.

Todd has earned an Academic Honors diploma. He has also as served the following: Senior Class Vice President, National Honor Society, K.E.Y. Club, LEAD Club, Spanish Club, Pep Club, Varsity Club, varsity soccer team and varsity basketball team.

Outside of school, Todd has been involved with Saint Michael’s Catholic Church Youth Group, Habitat for Humanity as a volunteer, and the Indiana Invaders Soccer Club.

He has attained honor roll status and is a Tri Kappa Scholar and Scholar Athlete of the Month for September 2009.

Todd made the soccer All-Academic team in 2009 and received the All-District award, as well as making third team All State and being named to the basketball All-Academic team in 2010. He was the WHME Channel 46 Athlete of the Week for basketball.

Todd earned the PHS Scholar Athlete of the Year scholarship, as well as the following scholarships: Eugene and Florence Stan-ley Scholarship; Richard F. and Betty J. Heiser Scholarship; Valparaiso Presidential Scholarship; and a Valparaiso Athletic Scholarship (soccer).

His future plans are to attend Valparaiso University to major in Mechanical Engineering.

Andrew Langdon, son of William and Mindy Langdon, is ranked number two in a class of 264.
He carries a GPA of 11.845 on a 12-point scale. Andy has also earned an Academic Honors Diploma.

In school, Andy was an active student council member, the Junior Class Vice President, President of K.E.Y. Club, Captain and Executive Council Member of PHS Speech team, a member of the National Honor Society, varsity tennis team and Spanish Club.

Outside of school, Andy is a member of St. Michael Catholic Church, Encore Performing Arts Board of Marshall County, a charter member of the county ‘s Philanthropic Youth board, and a counselor for SMILE and FUSION Christian-based camps.

An honor roll student, Andy is a Tri Kappa Scholar and placed first in “Summer Shakescenes” at the University of Notre Dame. He is a National Forensic League Academic All-American, National Speech Qualifier in 10 through 12th grades, Speech District Student of the Year, semifinalist for Speech National Student of the Year, a Hoosier Boys State nominee and PHS nominee to Lugar Symposium.

Andy has earned the NiSource Employee Scholarship based on PSAT scores, Eugene and Florence Stanley Scholarship, Richard F. and Betty J. Heiser Scholarship, PHS Scholar/Speaker Award and the Loyola Marymount University Arrupe Scholarship.

His future plans are to attend Attend Loyola Marymount University to major in film and television production.