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Nadia Abid, Maple Grove Senior High; Gabrielle Bodin, Osseo Senior High; and Lauren Frost, Park Center Senior High, have been named 2020 Athena Award winners in Osseo Area Schools. Throughout their high school careers, Abid, Bodin and Frost have distinguished themselves as exceptional student-athletes in multiple sports.

Pictured above (L to R): Nadia Abid, MGSH; Gabrielle Bodin, OSH; and Lauren Frost, PCSH.

Nadia Abid, Maple Grove Senior High

Senior Nadia Abid will continue her gymnastics career next year at Hamline University, where she plans to major in business. Her high school athletics highlights include:

  • Gold medalist (balance beam), 2020 Minnesota State High School Gymnastics Meet
  • Bronze medalist (all-around), 2020 Minnesota State High School Gymnastics Meet
  • Bronze medalist (balance beam), 2019 Minnesota State High School Gymnastics Meet
  • 2020 All-State Elite honors (awarded to top five all-around gymnasts)
  • 5-year letter winner (gymnastics)
  • 3-year letter winner (diving)
  • 3-year letter winner (track and field)
  • 5-year All-Section Academic honoree

Gabrielle Bodin, Osseo Senior High

Senior Gabrielle Bodin, who will attend St. Catherine University next year, was a volleyball, hockey, and track and field standout for the Orioles. Her high school athletics highlights include:

  • 6-year letter winner (track and field)
  • 5-time All-Conference and All-Conference Honorable Mention winner (track and field)
  • 5-time All-Section honoree (track and field)
  • 3-time Monticello Invite “Athlete of the Meet” (track and field)
  • 5-year letter winner (hockey)
  • 2019 All-Conference Honorable Mention (hockey)
  • 2-year letter winner (volleyball)
  • 2019 Academic All-State (volleyball)

Lauren Frost, Park Center Senior High

Senior Lauren Frost was awarded a scholarship to continue both her education and basketball career next year at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, where she will study engineering. Her high school athletics highlights include:

  • 5-year letter winner (basketball)
  • 2-time All-Conference honoree (basketball)
  • All-State Honorable Mention (basketball)
  • Academic All-State (basketball)
  • 1,000+ points scored (basketball)
  • Invited to participate in the 2020 Minnesota All-Star Game (basketball)
  • 2-year captain for the Pirates (basketball)
  • 3-year letter winner (soccer)

Logo SqWebMaple Grove and Osseo senior high schools have again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report magazine as two of the nation’s “Best High Schools.”

Maple Grove Senior High ranked among the top 20 high schools in the state in 2020; Osseo Senior High ranked among Minnesota’s top 101 high schools. Both schools are repeat honorees, having earned Best High School recognition previously.

The U.S. News Best High Schools rankings include data on more than 24,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. More than 18,000 schools were ranked on six factors based on their performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college.