• October 2020

    Brandon Schramm is intellectually gifted, has a readiness for learning, and a passion for new information. He raises the bar for himself and his peers and is admired for his character and integrity. Brandon is a diligent, committed academic student but more importantly, he is kind and thoughtful. He has the rare skill of sharing his talents with students that he tutors in such a way that they feel confident and valued. He is the epitome of what it means to be a successful student at Medina High School. Brandon is a 2021 Commended National Merit Scholar and has received a perfect score of 36 on the ACT in his sophomore year. His class schedule consists of Advanced Placement (AP) and College Credit Plus (CCP) courses and he is currently ranked first out of 534 in his class. In addition, Brandon Is a member of the National Honor Society, has been a Link Crew Leader, and a Student Council representative. He is a member of the Boys Cross Country team, has run track, and plays recreational basketball and Ultimate Frisbee. Brandon volunteers in the Joyce B. Ebner Tutoring Center as a peer tutor, for the Mary Grace Memorial Foundation Race with Grace, and at St. Francis as an altar server. He also tutors students in Algebra, Calculus, and helps students prepare for the ACT test. After graduation, Brandon plans on attending college majoring in either biochemistry or molecular biology on the path to medical school. He is the son of Kevin and Sara Schramm.