Christopher Fisher named March Student of the Month


Christopher and his parents, Rick and Clariceli Fisher, attend the Student of the Month luncheon. Photo by Christopher Fisher.

Canyon Lake resident Christopher Fisher of Temescal High School was honored as March Student of the Month by the Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce. He was among seven students feted at a recognition luncheon on Mar. 13. He told the audience his exceptionally high scholastic achievements were strongly influenced by his teacher Mr. Evans, who believes Chris’s intellectual capacity is a very special gift. Chris has doubled his efforts to excel in the comfort of that belief. Christopher has a 4.34 GPA and is involved in several school activities, including serving as treasurer of AVID, member of the California Scholarship Federation and member of the National Honor Society.

Christopher and his mother Clariceli in Rio de Janeiro. Photo provided by Christopher Fisher.

Last year, Christopher volunteered 130 hours of his time to the Temescal Canyon High School band, contributing to his love of music. He has won numerous awards and has won the Science Fair at his school for two consecutive years.

Christopher has not yet selected a college major but desires to attend an elite university to pursue an advanced degree. He has been accepted to several local colleges, including UCLA, UC Santa Barbara and UC San Diego.

Christopher’s hobbies include bike riding and video gaming. He counts politics and human affairs among his newest interests. Christopher has resided in Canyon Lake since the age of five.

He is the only child of Rick and Clariceli Fisher.