Micah Schlittenhardt

Micah is a senior at Legacy High School in Bismarck and has been involved in Student Council since elementary school. In preparation and before being elected President of NDASC, she attended the 2018 and 2019 Jostens Renaissance National Conventions for School Cultural Revival, focussing her service to the Alzheimer’s Association and other community-oriented events.

Micah is the Distinguished Young Woman of North Dakota for 2021, President of the Legacy High Concert Choir and Gold Standard Vocal Ensemble, and member of the Bismarck-Mandan Student Leadership Network, LHS Varsity Cheer Team, Central Dakota Children’s Choir, and is a NDMEA four year award recipient, now in her second year of being selected for the Allstate Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Micah is also a Board Member on the Bismarck Parkinson’s Support Group. She has been recognized as the 2019 Prudential Spirit of Community High School Honoree for ND, National Honor Society Outstanding Volunteer, Tribune Teen of the Week, and Miss North Dakota’s Outstanding Teen 2018 for her service to the neuromuscular disease community. Micah is an AP Scholar with Honor and ranked #1 in her class. Following graduation in May 2021, she plans to attend the University of Mary to study Philosophy.



Dennis Du

Dennis is a senior at Grand Forks Central High School and currently serves as the school’s Student Council President. He is also involved in activities such as Future Business Leaders of America (in which he serves as Vice President of Operations), SkillsUSA, and tennis. He has won second place at the Science Bowl State Tournament with his teammates and first at the University of North Dakota Math Track Meet.

Outside of school, Dennis has volunteered the past three years as a coach for robotics teams, teaching children to build and program Lego robots. In addition, he has introduced robotics to visually impaired children at the North Dakota Vision Services. He is also a member of the Grand Forks Youth Commission and the Northern Valley Youth Orchestras, and has been selected to participate in the North Dakota All-State Orchestra.

Dennis is a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. In college, he plans to study computer science or data science.


Eva Fitz

Eva is West Fargo High School’s Student Body President and has loved being involved with her Student Council since middle school. One of her many passions is soccer. She is a four-year Varsity soccer player and two-year Varsity captain, with a love for her sport and team. She is also a captain of the FM Acro team, a local group of gymnasts who travel the nation performing during halftime of college and NBA basketball games. 

Eva is a proud member of the National Honors Society, Philanthropy and Youth, the Fargo Moorhead Youth Symphony, and a 3-year volunteer for her church’s confirmation program. She is a 4-year honor student and was named WFHS’s Homecoming Queen for 2020.

Still undecided on a school, she plans to pursue college soccer while majoring in Nursing.


Samuel Enget

Samuel Enget is a high school senior at Shiloh Christian in Bismarck. He currently serves in many different groups including: National Honor Society, State and High School Student Councils, and Leadership Chamber. Samuel loves to be involved in the community, and he primarily shows this through investing in many outreaches. He has been to the inner city of Chicago several times, as well as, various smaller towns surrounding North Dakota hoping to provide a helping hand in any way possible.

Samuel has had a passion for all types of high school sports since he was young. Since in high school, he has been primarily involved in basketball and baseball. Lastly, Samuel is involved in the arts, and has been doing One Act for two years. He has been given several awards in it including a state championship. Finally, Samuel desires to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering technology, but still is undecided where he would like to study. 


Hailey Thorlakson

Hailey is a senior at Langdon Area High School and has been actively involved in Student Council since middle school. Since her very first leadership position, Hailey fell in love with leadership and helping her classmates and peers find and develop their confidence in themselves and their leadership styles.


Hailey is the President of her school’s Student Council, National Honor Society, and Junior Bank Board, as well as an officer in her school’s FCCLA Chapter, Choir, Speech Team, Drama Club, and Activities Leadership Council. She is also a proud participant of Knowledge Bowl and AcOlympic competitions, Sources of Strength, Band, and North Dakota Leadership Seminar. Hailey is a 4-year honor student, ranked #1 in her class, and was named LAHS’s Homecoming Queen for 2020. Following graduation in May 2021, she plans to attend the University of Mary and major in Communications.