The Commerce Journal


May 1, 2014

Best in class



Robinson originally learned of the camp from his elementary school teacher and said he has been volunteering at the camp since his freshman year.  

Patterson is also planning to work at a camp this summer. Patterson is attending the leadership camp, Camp RYLA, this summer.

In a small town high school, most students know each other on a first name basis. 

Patterson said it is that sense of family and community that she enjoys about the school. 

“Commerce is the only public school I’ve gone to,” she said, adding she had been homeschooled for four years. “It felt like when I came back, I was definitely a part of the family.”

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