Parker County Today PCT June 2018 - Page 58

Millsap High School  Valedictorian  Angela Casarez   GPA — 105.3 Parents — Anthony and Patricia Casarez Academy for Math and Science; one of the two delegates (selected by TEA) representing Texas at the National Youth Science Camp; Parker County Today Horizon Award Winner “Top 10 under 20,” 2017; National Hispanic Scholar, 2017; AP Scholar 2018; 2X Scholastic Art Honorable Mention, 2017; and last but not least, NCA and UCA All-American Cheerleader.  Travis Collins  Salutatorian  GPA — 102.96 Parents — Michael and Christine Collins 56 Angela was accepted to 23 universi- ties, five of them being ivy leagues and two being medical schools. Out of all the schools, she has chosen to attend Stanford and is excited to become a Cardinal.  She attended Millsap for all four years of her high school education, attend- ing Garner Elementary and Middle School for eight years prior to that.  Angela will be majoring in Human Biology with an emphasis on brain and behavior. She said that this will be on a pre-med track. Angela was a member of the student council 2014- 2018, serving the last two years as student body president. She was also a Millsap High varsity cheerleader 2014-2018 and captain from 2016- 2018.  Angela was a member of Weatherford College Upward Bound from 2015- 2018, on the yearbook staff 2016- 2018 and current Co-Editor-and- Chief. She was also Vice President of National BETA. Angela also volun- teered with Weatherford Regional Medical Center as a junior volunteer and with The Feast of Sharing in Fort Worth. Some of her accomplishments include: Siemens Fellow of the Carnegie Mellon University Summer surer of the National Honor Society, she volunteers with the Christ Chapel West Children’s Worship Team and she works with the Trinity Christian Academy Praise Team. Her father, Matt, is Head of Facilities at Novartis and her mom, Chandra, is a home- maker. Salutatorian  Mathew Roberson  GPA — 4.10 Parents — Dale and Sandra Roberson Travis will be headed to Texas A&M College Station where he will focus on collage-3D graphics and anima- tion. He is currently a member of Beta Club and is proud to say he did not miss one day of school in six years. He builds computers and analyzes code to make programs for his convenience in his spare time.  Trinity Christian Academy Valedictorian  Hannah Baker  GPA — 4.12 Parents — Matt and Chandra Baker Hannah will be attending Baylor University to major in biochemistry. She has attended Trinity Christian Academy for 11 years. Her mentor is Lynn Talley, who is a small group leader at her church. She is the trea- Mathew will attend Texas A&M majoring in engineering. He has attended Trinity Christian Academy for the past six years. His mentors are Kim Quarles, Christian Hutton, and Colonel Chris Naler, USMC retired.  Mathew is involved with the National Honor Society, Clay Target Team, and drum line. He volunteers for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Continued on page 61