For his achievements, Templin received a plaque and a gift certificate from Reed and Ameriprise Financial.
"Students become outstanding because of their efforts and determination with the guidance and support of their parents and educators," Reed told members of the Chamber at it's monthly breakfast meeting.
"This month the outstanding student represents South Lake High School," Reed noted. "Some of Steel's achievements are: Executive Board Sergeant-at-Arms for two years, National Honor Society Executive Board Historian for four years, Key Club Executive Board Treasurer for two years, Relay for Life SLHS coordinator, team captain varsity football, founding youth member of the Lake County Rowing Association, 4.5 GPA in Honors classes, and works part time at Dorr's Plumbing.
Temple has also volunteered for the Tony McCoy Youth Football Camp, participated in fund raising at Chick-fil-A in a hunger project volunteered at football events painting and cleaning, is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers, is an AP Scholar with Distinction, a Boy's State delegate and has attended the U.S. Marine Corp Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy.
Templin will be attending Georgia Tech in the Navy ROTC Nuclear Engineering program.