AWARD GIVEN TO “BEST ALL-AROUND MEMBER OF THE SENIOR CLASS”

SPECIAL FOR THE AJT

North Springs Charter High School is proud to announce that recent graduate Cameron Frostbaum is the recipient of the 2014 AJC Cup, the school’s most prestigious award given to the “best all-around member of the senior class.” The award is sponsored by the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the winner is selected by the entire North Springs’ faculty.

At North Springs, Frostbaum served as president of the Mock Trial team, helping take the team to the State finals in 2013 and winning two Most Impressive Attorney awards at the 2013 and 2014 regional competitions. He served as freshman and sophomore Class President, junior and senior Class Representative and as a judge on student court.

He was a two year Student Ambassador and co-captain his senior year, responsible for helping organize and lead school tours for prospective students and visitors. He was also recognized as the 2014 outstanding student in Advanced Placement Literature.

A performing arts magnet student, Frostbaum had leading roles in numerous North Springs’ productions including Metamorphosis, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Marat/Sade and Cartoon. He won an All-Star Cast award at this year’s Georgia Theater Conference and many “Maggies,” special awards given annually by the school’s theater AJT department. He was selected to attend the 2013 Governor’s Honors Program for Theater and was honored to be chosen as one of the three Closing Day speakers. He also attended the 2013 Horizon’s Young Playwrights Festival and this summer will be interning at Actors Express in Midtown for their summer show Rocky Horror Picture Show.

He was a member of National Honor Society, the Thespian Society and an officer in the Jewish Culture Club. He also worked as a volunteer in Garden Isaiah, Temple Emanuel’s community garden, to provide fresh produce to the Community Assistance Center.

Frostbaum, 18, a Sandy Springs resident, is the son of Lane and Stephanie Frostbaum. He attended the Davis Academy through the eighth grade before choosing to attend North Springs. He will be attending Emory University in the fall, majoring in political science and theater.

Editor’s note: For more, contact Carol Ciepluch, Public Relations Liaison North Springs Charter High School at pr@northspringshigh.com; (770) 617- 8345