Clayton Golz* has been named Outstanding Vocational Student for the Electronics program. A graduate of Joseph P. Case Junior High School, Clayton is the son of Karl and Michelle Golz.
Clayton has earned a regular spot on the high honors list all four years at Diman and is currently ranked #2 in the class, with a 4.07 GPA. He is a member of the National Honor Society, the International Club, and has won awards for perfect attendance in 2013, Most Outstanding Junior Student in 2014, and for physics and English language arts as a junior. Clayton displayed his electronics skills in three SkillsUSA district competitions and one state competition. Currently, he works as a board repair technician for American Dryer Corporation through Diman’s Cooperative Education Program.
Clayton will continue his academic career at UMass Dartmouth next year, where he will major in Electrical Engineering.
* John and Abagail Adams Scholarship recipient