12th Grade, Trinity Christian School
Honors Courses: 9 (maximum allowed)
AP Courses: none available
Dual Enrollment - 5
High Honor/Honor Roll - throughout high school
Furman Scholar Award
My various experiences throughout my high school career have helped me learn more about what I want for my future. My talent and commitment have been sharpened through four years of three different Varsity Sports. My leadership and impact were developed through the Boy Scouts, Literary, and various community leadership councils. The service projects and mission trips through school and church, and my involvement in Scouts helped me realize that I love to build value for the future and to help others.
Thank you for taking a few moments to get to know the key elements that have developed me and set me on a path for college and a future career!
My sports achievements demonstrate my hard work ethic and drive across 3 sports: Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Football, and Varsity Track.
Boy Scouts has honed my leadership skills as historian, assistant senior patrol leader, Order of the Arrow Representative for Troop 65, and finally with my Eagle Scout Project.
Literary taught me the importance of communications and getting outside my comfort zone to improve myself. I was proud to achieve Region Champion in Extemporaneous Speaking and to place two other times.
Academics are core to my drive to continually learn, and I was proud to maintain the Honor Roll and High Honor Roll throughout High School while taking every Honors Course available.
My leadership and character have been further developed through three local organizations that select young people in the local community that demonstrate leadership potential. These organizations exposed me to community leaders, service projects, and seminars that worked to develop my desire to serve in the future.
Through my 6 years with the Boy Scouts of America, I have learned the importance of community service, discipline, and the value of life skills.
Mission trips and service projects in the Dominican Republic and the Navajo reservation in New Mexico provided me a perspective outside my home town and a desire to learn and serve in more countries.
I am also the technology manager for the school praise band. Yes! Athletes can help make music in the band too!
Dublin Country Club, May 2016 - September 2016
You would be amazed how much work goes into organizing activities and keeping that pool clean!
Volunteering at the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center taught me the value of service.
Serving the veterans was a unique opportunity to serve those who have served our country.
I was also able to help The local Habitat for Humanity build a home for a needy family. This was a rewarding experience knowing that I was helping a family get a home.
Mechanical engineering/Aerospace engineering
Co-op/internships, study abroad, intra-mural sports
Honors English I
Honors Spanish I
Honors Algebra II
Honors English II
Honors Spanish II
Honors Lit & Composition
Honors Spanish III
Dual Enrollment Pre-Calculus
Dual Enrollment Calculus
Dual Enrollment Composition I and II
Dual Enrollment American History
Dual Enrollment Psychology