HAUGHTON'S SETH MADDEN WINS AFCEA SCHOLARSHIP
Before a packed ballroom of dignitaries recently at a banquet at Sam's Town, Haughton High School Senior Seth Madden walked across stage to accept a most prestigious honor. He was the only Bossier Parish student to win a scholarship from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), one of the world's premier professional societies.
The AFCEA is comprised of political, military and industry leaders and has 135 chapters in over 30 countries and serves as a liaison agency of sorts between governmental requirements and industries that represent top government, industry and military professionals. The AFCEA Scholarship Program focuses on students with dreams of advancing in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) related fields.
Seth is ranked number one in his 2013 graduating class at Haughton. His accolades and achievements are many, some of which include being named to the Honor Roll every semester, recipient of the Elks Club Honesty and Integrity Award, a member of the school's prominent Red Jackets and Louisiana Boy's State Delegate. He is also involved in sports, several clubs, volunteers with Susan G. Komen, the City of Haughton and Haughton Dixie Baseball. Seth's future plans after graduation are to attend Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge this fall to pursue a Biological Science/Pre-Veterinary Medicine path.
Following Seth being named a recipient of the AFCEA scholarship, he was recognized May 15 at the Bossier Parish Police Jury meeting. A resolution was read and Billy Montgomery, liaison with the Police Jury, presented Seth with a plaque to recognize his outstanding achievement.
Bossier Schools would also like to congratulate Seth Madden for this prestigious accomplishment. We know you will be just as successful in college as you proved to be at Haughton High School.
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