Natalie Herrera Diaz, Michael Southard and Joseph Doria Scored in the Top 2.5% on the PSAT/NMSQT among all Hispanics and Latino test takers in this region. The College Board has invited these juniors to participate in the National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP). The College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success — including the SAT and the Advanced Placement Program
SHS Principal Dr. Nate Session says, “This is a huge deal, to get one student in NHRP is a big deal, but three is awesome!”
Being able to participate in NHRP enables the students to highlight their outstanding educational achievements to top colleges and universities.
Michael’s Clubs and organizations: Drum line, BPA (business professionals of America and UIL academics, out of school he is involved with the SA Youth Wind Ensemble. He wants to major in computer science in college and would like to work as a game designer or programmer.
Joseph Doria’s Clubs and organizations: Mariachi, jazz band, and marching band. Plays the trumpet. NHS, He is also an Alter server at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. He would like to pursue a career in the engineering field. Joseph would like to attend MIT.
Natalie Herrera’s Clubs and Organizations: NHS, Basketball, Cross Country, TRACK, Robotics, AVID Club, Wants to pursue a degree in Biomedical Engineering. She would like to attend MIT.
Michael Soutard, Natalie Herrera, and Joseph Doria.