Spence Trick
Spence Trick
NORTH MANCHESTER – Manchester Jr.-Sr. High School announced Anna Osborne as valedictorian and Spence Trick as salutatorian for the graduating class of 2019.

Both students showcase immense academic acumen coupled with extensive involvement in extracurricular activities and community organizations, according to a news release from the school corporation.

Osborne has maintained Highest Honor Roll and Academic Excellence status from 2011-19. She has been a member of the National Honor Society for two years.

Her academic awards include IHSVCA Academic All-State Volleyball Team, Regional Indiana Academic All Star, Indiana Rising Star and was first place at State Science Olympiad Competition in Green Generation as a freshmen.  

Osborne serves as the senior class vice president.

In community groups and organizations, she is active in Manchester Church of the Brethren Youth Group.

Her extracurricular activities and athletic involvement includes volleyball for four years, tennis for three years and track for one year. She has participated in concert band and as well as choir for two years during her high school tenure.

Osborne has been active in Key Club for two years. She was also in student council for two years and was an active participant in Science Olympiad for six years at the junior-senior high school level.

After high school graduation, Osborne plans to attend Goshen College to study environmental science and Spanish with the end goal of attending law school.

She is the daughter of Jeff and Maria Osborne.

Trick has maintained Highest Honor Roll and Academic Excellence status all through high school and has been a member of the National Honor Society for the past two years and has served as president the last two years. He was a IASP Rising Star of Indiana in 2017-18 and was recognized as an AP Scholar in 2018.

Trick has been recognized for excellence in math in 2017 and 2018. He has served on student council since 2015.

Athletically, Trick was a member of the boys basketball team for three years and tennis team for four years including team captain last year. He achieved the honor of Squire Award in 2016 and Rotary Mental Attitude Award in 2015 and 2018.  

Trick has been active in Spanish Club since 2016 and was the Outstanding Spanish Student in 2017 and 2018. He advanced to the state level in Science Olympiad this past year.

Trick has been involved with Key Club for four years and helped coordinate work events and lead meetings. He has also helped Can-vas the Town in 2018, worked the Main Street Gala and participated at Kiwanis in 2018.

Trick plans to attend the University of Alabama to major in mechanical engineering while also attaining a Master of Business Administration degree.

He is the son of Kyle and Stacey Trick.