Resurrection Christian's Isaac Fry has been named the Section 6 recipient of the NFHS Heart of the Arts Award.
The National High School Heart of the Arts Award is now in its seventh year and was created by the NFHS to recognize those individuals who exemplify the ideals of the positive heart of the arts and represent the core mission of education-based activities.
Here's more info about Fry:
Isaac Fry has assembled quite the performing arts resume throughout his career at Resurrection Christian School.
He has been the symphonic band percussion section leader all four years; drumline captain for three years; an all-state honoree for concert band, symphonic band and philharmonic orchestra; and a performer in six different honor bands and orchestras.
He has also composed seven original musical works for school ensembles. In speech and debate, Fry was a national qualifier for the international extemporaneous speaking category and an Academic All-American.
He received the Heartwork Service Award in 2019 for helping restart the RCS drumline, and has volunteered 250 hours playing liturgical music at three community churches.
Astonishingly, he has accomplished many of these feats while also making time to assist his mother during the rapid decline of her eyesight.