Jacob Kingsley is a senior at Irondequoit High School who is taking the Automated Manufacturing and Machining program at EMCC.
He was honored in the televised Dr. Michael C. O’Laughlin Outstanding Senior Recognition Program. Named after long-time educator Dr. Laughlin, it recognizes 41 local high school seniors graduating this year in Monroe County.
He is an honor roll student, a National Technical Honor Society Inductee, and a three-sport athlete who plays Varsity football and runs indoor and outdoor track.
When he is not playing sports, Jacob enjoys building models, reading, and biking.
Jacob is also an Urban-Suburban student who has been involved with his school’s literary magazine, is a member of DECA, and has helped with the Special Olympics.
After he graduates, Jacob will work for a year as a machinist before he enrolls in college for engineering. Jacob may play football in college, but his future goal is to coach the sport in some manner.
The program, which is produced by Monroe One, Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES, and the Monroe County Council of Superintendents, can be found through this link.