Tester, Daines, and Gianforte Congratulate Bozeman's Reinhardt on Acceptance to West Point

(U.S. Capitol) – U.S. Senators Jon Tester and Steve Daines and Representative Greg Gianforte announced today that Aiden Reinhardt, a senior at Bozeman High School, has been accepted to the prestigious U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

Reinhardt, 17, is the student body president of Bozeman High School, a member of the National Honor Society, and competes on the varsity track and field team.

“Aiden has worked hard to put himself in this position and he will no doubt serve our country well,” Tester said. “His intelligence, leadership, and dedication will help him excel at West Point and I’m excited to watch him grow as a student, a soldier, and a leader.”

“From being student body president at Bozeman High, to placing first all-around male gymnast for Montana, it was an honor to nominate Aiden to attend West Point,” Daines said. “I’m pleased to see Aiden be offered this appointment. I wish him all the best as he begins this next chapter and look forward to seeing all he accomplishes there.”

“Aiden will represent Montana and serve our country with tremendous honor and pride,” Gianforte said. “I have no doubt Aiden will excel at West Point. Serving as student body president at Bozeman High School and captain of the gymnastics team, Aiden is a leader, outstanding student, and talented athlete. I wish him much success.”

The Montana delegation nominated Reinhardt in December. Tester, Daines, and Gianforte all reached out to Reinhardt to congratulate him on his appointment.

Montana residents interested in applying to a military academy can get more information by visiting Tester’s website, Daines’ website, or Gianforte’s website.