Saul Reyes is a Senior at Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie, Texas. He is a highly motivated individual seeking a Construction Management Degree at Texas A&M. Saul is bilingual and has leadership qualities practiced as Engineering Vice President. He also served in his community by actively participating in lunch and learns at the summit
and volunteering at Prairie Lights. He competed in multiple SkillsUSA events and placed 1st place national champion Engineering Technology/Design as well as 1st place Career Pathway Showcase.
Jeremiah Donnay is a Senior at Texas Academy of Biomedical in Fort Worth, Texas and is planning to obtain a career in French Studies at Middlebury College while also focusing on International Logistic Management. He has a high work ethic and is one of the top in his class. He volunteers at Mission Arlington and participates in the TrinityTrash Bash. He is involved in extracurricular activities including UIL academics in Speech and Science. He is also a member of HOSA, where he competed in state competitions. He was nominated for the Ann Brannon Awards in Mathematics which is one of the districts highest recognition for outstanding students. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and Whiz Quiz.
Paige Walker is a Senior at Arlington Heights High School in Fort Worth, Texas and is pursuing a career in Education majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies at Prairie View A & M University. She distinguishes herself through her diligence and hard work. She volunteers for Cowboy Santa in Fort Worth and has recently chosen to
be the Special Olympics Coordinator for Arlington Height High School. She was a part of the Fort Worth Rising Stars Youth Leadership Program and served three years in the Literacy Rally where she read books to elementary students and their families.
Ivan Martinez is a Senior at Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie, Texas and pursuing a career in Computer Science at University of Texas in Arlington. His leadership and strong work ethic lead to placing 1st at district and 2nd at state level in Cyber Security for SkillsUSA. He volunteered at the Betty Warmark library and for Mission Arlington.
Fernando Loera is a Senior at Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie, Texas and pursuing a career in Auto Collision focusing on Auto Body Technician and Vehicle Repair at East Field College. He is a Leader among his peers and he takes on challenges in the Skills-USA Competition. He is a Member of the Chess and Music Club. He has excellent school attendance and is a Community Service Volunteer.