Congratulations to Windy Hill SC member, Brooke Abbott,

who was named to U.S. Figure Skating's 2013 Scholastic Honors
Team Honorable Mention Roll. Brooke is a synchronized skater
with The Skyliners Synchronized Skating Team. She is
currently in her third year on the Junior line and has been
a team  member for eight years.  In 2012, David Cruikshank,
a Windy Hill SC singles skater, was named to the  Scholastic
Honors Team.

Each year since the Scholastic Honors program's creation in
1996, U.S. Figure Skating and the Program Development
committee have selected a Scholastic Honors Team that
recognizes high school-age U.S. Figure Skating members who
excel in figure skating, academics, and community
activities. Ten skaters are selected to the Team each year
and up to 10 additional applicants are named to the
"Honorable Mention Roll."  More than 1,100 skaters have
applied for the scholarship since its inception, with 200
team members selected.

To be eligible for the Team, skaters must be U.S. Figure
Skating members entering the junior or senior year of high
school with a grade point average of 3.4 or higher and have
competed at a U.S. Figure Skating qualifying competition in
singles, pairs, ice dancing and/or synchronized skating at
the novice, junior or senior level during the past two

The 2013 Scholastic Honors Team and Honorable Mention Roll
will be recognized in SKATING Magazine and in the 2013 U.S.
Figure Skating Championships Program.  This year's team and
honorable mention roll are a very distinguished group of
athletes who have excelled in academics and in their
communities, as well as in skating.

More information about the application and selection
criteria may be found on this link: