Brian Boyle is a perfect student. The suburban Philadelphia teenager has never missed a day of school in 13 years. The newly minted Unionville High School grad got a gold star trophy for his perfect attendance from the district superintendent. Brian says he’s headed to the University of North Carolina in Wilmington to study business in the fall.
New Grad Gets Car For Perfect Attendance
A new graduate of Armwood High School in Seffner, Florida, got a new set of wheels for not missing a day of school during the final semester. Brenna McPhee’s name was drawn from a pool of 200 eligible students for a key that may – or may not – unlock the grand prize of the Perfect Car for Perfect Attendance event at Toyota of Tampa Bay Saturday. “I’m kind of in shock,” the 17-year-old graduate said. She turns 18 tomorrow. Six students before McPhee unsuccessfully tried to unlock the 2012 Scion xD. McPhee will go to Florida Gulf Coast University, where she received a full academic scholarship to study biology. She said her current car, a Ford Focus with a manual transmission, will be passed along to her sister.