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Congratulations to our 2016 highschool and college graduates!

 

What year did you come into PCHAS’ care?
I came into PCHAS’ care at age ten; I was in the fourth grade.

What are your plans after graduation?
I will go to Austin Community College to earn my Associate’s degree, then I’ll transfer to University of Texas at Austin to earn my Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

Are you currently employed or were you employed in the past? If so, what do you like about it?
I work at TaMolly’s Mexican Kitchen and used to work at Tuscan Slice in Waxahachie. I enjoy my job as a server.

Are you involved in sports or other extracurricular activities at school?
I am a member of the National Honor Society, Men’s Leadership Club, Delta Phi Beta Chi Science Club. I am also involved with cross-country, and I ran track during my freshman year.

What are your interests outside of school?
I have helped with Vacation Bible School and summer activities for youth at Central Presbyterian Church in Waxahachie. I also have done volunteer work at Paws for Reflection, a dog shelter.

Have you won any awards or received other honors at school, church, the community or at work?
I was awarded student of the month three times and have received numerous “Highest GPA” awards from PCHAS.

What are you known for?
I am known for my sense of humor, my love of God, family, work and video games! I am known as a mature young man who sets goals and accomplishes them.

What is one of your favorite memories from your time with PCHAS? Who will you miss the most when you leave school?
I will miss the PCHAS office staff and my Home Parents. My favorite memory is going to Schlitterbahn, a water park, with my Home Parents.

What else is interesting about you that you think we should know? What are some of your favorite things in this world?
I plan to be a successful millionaire one day!  I also want to write a book about my life which will hopefully inspire kids and adults. I want them to know that they can be successful no matter how difficult their lives are or have been. This is something I learned at PCHAS.