Sarah Grodin to run track for West Point

Monticello High School senior Sarah Grodin is heading to West Point.

High school girl holding up a document she just signed. She is flanked by her coaches and behind her are nine people, her family and administrators
Pictured here, front row, is Sarah Grodin at the signing ceremony, center, flanked by her coaches Tim Billias and Richard Sternkopf. Back row, from left, Monticello High School Principal Stephen Wilder, Guidance Counselor Allyson Steinberg, Sarah’s cousin Lauren Grodin, grandmother Linda Rogers, mother Heather Grodin, brother Ryan Grodin, dad Brian Grodin, grandfather John Rogers, and teacher Karen Collura.

Sarah, a Principal’s List honor student and a member of the Monticello High School ski team and track team, committed to West Point at a signing ceremony on March 4, surrounded by her family, coaches and Monticello High School staff members. She will run track and cross country for the Army Black Knights.

“Sarah’s tenacity has brought her many accomplishments in several areas,” said Karen Collura, an English teacher at the high school. “Her work ethic has brought her success in the classroom, on the slopes and on the track. All of this effort has come to fruition for her.”

Way to go Sarah! You are one reason #Monticellorocks!