WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Cincinnati high school student will spend this summer in Washington as part of the U.S. Senate Page Program. U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) nominated Christopher Warren, a Walnut Hills High School sophomore, for the U.S. Senate Page Program. He will be one of 30 students from across the United States who will serve as a page in the U.S. Senate this summer.
“Christopher is a hard-working, driven, and talented young man who will be an asset to the United States Senate,” Brown said. "Christopher’s successes in the classroom, on the job, and in the sporting arena have prepared him well for his upcoming summer in Washington. Only a small fraction of students are allowed the opportunity to serve as a Senate Page, and I know that Christopher will represent Ohio and Walnut Hills well over the course of his term on Capitol Hill."
Warren has maintained a 4.5 grade point average at Walnut Hills High School and is a member of the lacrosse team, steel drum band, and was active in the winds ensemble and served as an ambassador for new students there. An active volunteer, Warren also owns a local landscaping company and works as a children’s ski instructor.
The Senate Page Program is a highly-competitive program; only a small number of students that apply are accepted. Senate Pages live in Page Residence buildings and attend the Senate Page School during the school year. Interested students can apply on Sen. Brown’s website: http://www.brown.senate.gov/services/students/pages/application.