Woodcreek High School
Tell us about yourself.In high school, I’ve been actively involved with Student Government and several other organizations on and off campus. I enjoy traveling, skiing, and being active in the community. My friends and family are a huge part of my life and have helped shape me into the person I am today.
What accomplishment are you most proud of and why?Being elected ASB president. Student Government has always been like a family to me, so being able to lead the class this year has been an unforgettable experience. My fondest memories and best friends have come from this group. I’ll definitely miss it the most once we graduate.
What are your school interests, involvements and hobbies?Over the last four years, I’ve enjoyed participating in a variety of clubs and volunteer organizations. At school, I’ve been a member of the National Honor Society, president of the California Scholarship Federation, class president my freshman and junior year, as well as ASB president my senior year. Outside of school, I have acted as a Youth Commissioner on several city council boards, a representative on the RJUHSD School Board, tutored at Martha Riley Library and attended Boys State last summer as a delegate from my school.
What are your plans after graduation?I plan to attend California State University, Fullerton, to pursue a degree in business administration, and hopefully start a career that I will enjoy spending the rest of my life doing.
If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?I would love to explore Australia. I’ve always wanted to take an expedition through the outback and see the wild animals in their natural habitat.