Jordan Lewis earned this year's Clay Huntington Communications Scholarship by demonstrating his diverse talents at Fife High School. In addition to playing football, Jordan has exhibited exceptional ability as a video director and editor. He is the student body president of FHS, plays the drums well enough to pursue a career in music if he chooses, participates in the drama program and is an Eagle Scout.
Jordan carried a 3.45 grade-point average into his final months of high school. He intends to matriculate at BYU - Idaho to study media arts. He intends to transfer to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, to complete his degree with the goal of pursuing a career in film production or broadcasting.
Jordan played strong safety and wingback for the Trojans football team the past two seasons. He also competed in baseball and track at Fife. He was also the school's homecoming king last fall.
Fife High holds an annual film festival and Jordan's entry has won Best Picture the past two years. He also won the Best Action Film award for 2008-09 and Best Dramatic Film in 2007-08.
As the lead drummer in the FHS Jazz Band, they won first place in the Surrey, B.C., Jazz Festival, Clark College Jazz Contest, and Kelowna, B.C., Jazz Festival for the 2008-09 school year.