SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Spotswood High School senior Frank Anthony Santora has enjoyed his time at Spotswood High School. The Spotswood native has so many great memories it is difficult to pick one. In his eyes, he will look back on his Charger years and say how amazing it all was.
Santora was inducted into the National Junior Honor Society at the Memorial Middle School. He was a high honor and honor roll student while at Spotswood High School. The teen was a member of the Hackspace Club. The club is run by Science teacher Martin Dempsey and helps students explore their interest in computer science, technology and electronics.
His favorite classes were Construction, Accounting and Explore Computer Science. While he has had many fabulous teachers at the high school, his favorite goes all the way back to kindergarten when he had Dan Layton at the Schoenly School. Layton made such an impression on Santora that he has remained his all-time top teacher.
His senior year is certainly not ending the way he and the Class of 2020 anticipated because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, he feels it proves "they can get through anything put in their paths."
Santora was accepted into the NJ Stars program and will be heading to Middlesex County College in the fall. He plans on majoring in Computer Science.