, a senior at Bethel Park High School, was named Student of the Month
for September by the Bethel Park Rotary Club.
An exceptional student, Egbebi Earned national recognition from College Board as a National African-American Program Scholar because of her remarkable academic achievements and outstanding performance on the PSAT and/or AP. She has also earned the title of “AP Scholar with Distinction,” after scoring a 3 or higher on at least five AP exams, as well as having a minimum AP average of 3.5.
As a junior, Oluwatoyosi has also earned both the Princeton and Brown Universities’ Book Awards, which each honor academic excellence, exemplary service and clarity in written and spoken expression. Egbebi is also a two-time medalist in the National French Exam, including a 2019 Gold Medal, which means she scored in at least the 95th
percentile of all participating students.
Outside the classroom, Oluwatoyosi is a member of the Black Hawks girls tennis team and she is an entrepreneur, having begun a t-shirt business with her mom on Etsy.
Additionally, Egbebi volunteers as a tutor in multiple subject areas and has served as a mentor at various academic-related camps. Oluwatoyosi is also a member of the school district’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee, whose aim is to foster diversity in Bethel Park School District through policy changes, curriculum adjustment and other measures.
Students are nominated for Bethel Park Rotary Student of the Month by administrators, teachers, students or community members and are chosen on the basis of academics, as well as scholastic, extracurricular and civic honors and awards, and organization membership and leadership.
At a luncheon held each month, honorees receive a certificate acknowledging their contribution to their community. For more information on Rotary and its’ mission, please ask any Rotary member about it or visit bethelparkrotary.org
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