Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School proudly announces that Wyatt Doyle was recently honored at the Worcester County Superintendent’s Association Annual Scholar’s Luncheon held at Assumption College.
Doyle is a senior in the Metal Fabrication program at the school. “Even if Wyatt weren’t at the top of his class, he would have been an easy choice for this honor. Wyatt exemplifies the best of the best. He is a solid A student, excelling in Honors, Advanced Placement courses and his technical area; he is well liked and respected by his peers, faculty and coaches; he plays sports and is involved in student leadership activities. He has certainly made the most of his choice to attend Assabet Valley,” said Patrick Collins, the Assabet Valley Superintendent.
During his four years at Assabet, Doyle has participated in FIRST robotics, Student Council as President of the Class of 2014 all four years, National Honor Society, Lacrosse (Captain), Principal’s Leadership Team, Cross Country, Bowling, and Math Team. He has been awarded the President’s Education Award for outstanding academic achievement for three years. As a sophomore, Doyle was the Assabet candidate for the HOBY (Hugh O’Brien Youth) conference, designed to inspire youth to dedicate their lives to service, be innovative and foster leadership skills. Doyle exceeded the HOBY 100 community service hour challenge and received the President’s Volunteer Service Award, and is currently a Junior Staff Mentor for HOBY.
Some of the events he has participated in are the following: Special Olympics Massachusetts for two summer events and one winter event, the Jimmy Fund Walk twice, and the Christmas in the City event in Boston for families living in shelters. “I love HOBY. I will be involved in HOBY for the rest of my life,” explained Doyle.
When asked to provide a famous quote that had inspired him, Doyle chose a quote from Henry David Thoreau. “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined.” After four years of learning to weld and do creative metal sculptures, Doyle plans to follow his dream and major in business in college. “Welding will always be a terrific hobby and I’ve had a great time in my technical program. Mr. Mansfield has inspired me in so many ways, and taught me so much, about myself, about life, and about giving back, that I will always consider Assabet Valley my second home.”
Doyle lives in Clinton with his family.