The Bridge City/Orangefield Rotary Club is pleased to announce that the September Student of the Month for Bridge City High School is Madison Day.  Madison was presented her award by Rotary President Mark Bunch at the September 20th Rotary Club Meeting.

Madison is the daughter of Matthew Day and Kara Brinson.  She is ranked #26 of 187 with a GPA 4.35.  Madison’s Awards and Honors include:

  • Lead Editor for BCTV – 2017-19
  • Basketball Best Team Mate – 2017-18
  • Stark Reading Contest:  1st Place Interruptive Reading Local – 2017-18

                                      2nd Place Interruptive Reading County Wide – 2017-18

       2nd Place Interruptive Reading Local – 2016-17

Madison’s Clubs and Organizations include:

  • STUCO – Student Body President – 2018-19

         4-year Member – 2015-19

  • Varsity Basketball – 2017-19
  • National Honor Society – 2017-19
  • Stark Reading Contest Finalist – 2016-19
  • Good Sportsmanship League – 2018-19
  • Meet in the Middle – 2015-17

In community service, Madison has volunteered at:

  • Videos for BC ISD
  • BC Ministerial Alliance
  • Julie Rogers Gift of Life
  • Human Trafficking and Child Abuse Fundraiser
  • Childhood Cancer Research

Shannon King, Social Studies Teacher, said, “Madison Day is a wonderful student and I have enjoyed having her in my Social Studies classes over the last three years.  Madison realizes that success can only be obtained through hard work and by approaching each task with a positive attitude.  However what impresses me most about Madison is her awesome videography work.  Madison is so creative and possesses the ability to enthrall audiences with the films she has created bragging on the community and the schools of Bridge City.  Equally impressive to me is Madison’s willingness to step outside her comfort zone and appear “in front of the camera” as well as behind it.  Madison wowed us all last spring in her Stark Oratory performance when she won first place.  I just know that Madison has found her calling and I fully expect to see great things from Madison in the future.”

Cheryl Royal, Director of Student Activities, said, “Congratulations to our Madison Day!  President of Bridge City High School’s Student Body – Madison Day is an incredibly talented young lady-she is intelligent, articulate, and creative, has great character and is above all else compassionate and kind.  Madison is not a student that is one way in the hallways and another depending on her surroundings.  She is the first one to show up, first one to volunteer, and first one to make sure that a job is done to her standard of excellence.  Madison is very well deserving of this honor and the sky is the limit for this young lady who is beautiful inside and out.”

Stacy Webb, Theatre/Media Communications, said, “As Madison’s BCTV teacher (visual media and announcements class), I have had the pleasure to watch her grow in the past three years.  Madison has an artistic eye, and the uncanny ability to tell a complete story with video images.  If I had to describe her style, I would say that she captures everything that makes BCHS great.  She brings pride, and a feeling of comradery, and community pride to Bridge City.  Madison’s contribution to BCHS school spirit is commendable.  She is a treasure.”

When asked about her future plans, Madison said, “I plan to attend SFA (Stephen F. Austin University) earning a degree in mass communications and pursue a career in cinematography.”

Pictured Left to Right: Principal Tim Woolley, Kara Brinson, Madison Day, Superintendent Todd Lintzen, Mark Bunch, and Counselor Allisha Bonneaux.