MURRAY – Jamison Moorehead, a senior at Calloway County High School, was selected as the November Student of the Month for the Murray Rotary Club.
He has a 4.0 grade-point-average, is on track to be a valedictorian for the 2018 graduating class, and scored a 33 on the ACT.
Jamison is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), where he serves as a social committee member. He has been a strong competitor at various levels in multiple competitions. In FBLA, he and his team were runner-up in management decision-making. At the state level, they were champions in this event and advanced to nationals, where they placed ninth in their event.
He placed fourth at the Murray State University Chemistry Tournament and the team won first place. In academic team competition, he and his future problem solvers team were regional runners-up his freshman year and regional champions his sophomore year. They advanced to the state level where they placed 10th.
Jamison is a member of the CCHS Student Council, where he serves as student issues committee chairman and is also a member of the speech team. He has received the outstanding student awards in honors English II, world history, introduction to chemistry and physics and honors chemistry. He received the perfect attendance award as a sophomore and a junior.
In addition to his studies, Jamison also works at Dumplin’s and Culver’s of Murray.
He is the son of Josh and Michelle Moorehead. After high school, he plans to attend the University of Kentucky and major in computer science.