Arapahoe Senior Awarded ‘Outstanding Youth’ by Fellow Students
Bobby Moore isn’t your average Arapahoe High School student. He has earned the title of “Outstanding Youth’ by school colleagues and teachers. Being chosen as a top business driven youth among his peers, Moore has shown many local Centennial citizens that he can prove himself as an up and coming entrepreneur.
Running his own lawn-mowing business throughout the city, his next step is to pursue a business degree at Colorado State University at Fort Collins. Moore was selected as the city’s Outstanding Youth based on his academic, athletic and self motivated accomplishments. Moore is receiving a $500 reward for future college tuition.
In addition to his lawn-mowing business, Moore volunteers with the Unified Basketball Team, a team associated with Special Olympics. He also has become a WyldLife leader through YoungLife Ministries, mentoring young junior high students through their youth.
His accomplishments are endless. According to the Centennial Citizen, Moore is a member of the National Honor Society, National Business Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America and Link Crew. It doesn’t stop there, he mentored 12 Arapahoe High School freshmen through their first year of high school, while playing basketball and tennis.
Moore is just one example of Centennial’s excellent students. According to the recent article, the Outstanding Youth award was created in 2012 by the Lone Tree Youth Commission, a group of seven Lone Tree teens who serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council.