Stevensville High grad takes ag interests to Wyoming

Skylar Rispens

When she first started at Stevensville High School, Addy Rodolph was a quiet and shy freshman. By her senior year, she grew into a confident leader.

She credits a large part of that transformation to the challenging honors and Advanced Placement classes offered at Stevensville and the mentoring she received from her teachers, namely her agriculture teachers.

“I think everything in my classes has helped me find my career path that I want to go into,” Rodolph said.

For all four years of school Rodolph participated in Stevensville’s chapter of Future Farmers of America and served as its president during her senior year. She competed on the veterinary science team through FFA all four years of high school.

This year, she was named top individual for veterinary medicine in the state FFA competition where her team as a whole placed second overall.

Her interest in agriculture comes from her family’s roots in raising livestock. She grew up on a 10-acre farm where her family raises sheep. Rodolph began participating in 4-H when she was about 10 years old.

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