Brian Eddy credits the efforts of high school staff, students


Principal Brian Eddy

IMLAY CITY — Imlay City High School Principal Brian Eddy, reports that the fall 2022 semester has been a successful one for both students and staff.

“The fall semester has held many successes both in and out of the classroom,” Eddy said. Now we’re looking forward to a great second semester.”

Eddy alluded to Venture High School and Lapeer County Ed-Tech Center student Santino Danou, who took first-place honors at the recent Business Professionals of America (BPA) Regional competition for Computer Security.

He also cited the efforts of ICHS student Grace Belisle, who finished second in the Broadcast News Production Team competition at the Ed-Tech Center.

Boys soccer title

Eddy reminded that the high school’s boys’ varsity soccer team brought home a district title in its big win over Lutheran North.

He further added that several students achieved All-State academic honors; including five being signed to collegiate sports programs.

They included Jenna Denver, St. Clair Community College cross country; Brooklyn Ross, Webber University softball; Natalie Stone, Ferris State University softball; Hope Schriber, Madonna University softball; and Sergio Galiana, to play soccer at Great Lakes Christian College.

Additions to staff

In addition to student successes, Eddy said the high school welcomed new staff members, including choir teacher Caleb Sinclair and varsity football head coach, Dave Brown.

“Mr. Brown also supervises the weight room three days a week and volunteers as an assistant varsity basketball coach,” Eddy said.

Looking ahead, Eddy said that another Snowcoming is just around the corner to feature a variety of student activities and celebrations the week of January 30, while the highly-anticipated Snowcoming Dance takes place on Saturday, Feb. 4.

“We look forward to a great start to the second semester,” said Eddy.

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Tom Wearing started at the Tri-City Times in 1989, covering the Village of Capac as a beat reporter. He later served stints as assistant editor and editor. Today, he covers Imlay City and Almont as a staff writer. He enjoys music and plays drums and sings with various musical groups in the Detroit Metropolitan area.