Our halls seem empty now that these students have left us to embark on the next chapter of their lives. As young adults, they are more than equipped to stand proud as believers and as future leaders of our communities. Some already have such amazing plans for the future, while others are anxious to see where God leads them. Because their parents chose to place them in Rosehill, we are confident they will travel in faith knowing God is with them through every step of their journey.
Meet our class of 2017.
Chad Colborn definitely made his mark as a high school athlete. As a member of the varsity football team, Chad says his "best high school memory is making it to the playoffs in football". He was also on the Track & Field team and participated in GCA soccer. What he is going to miss most about high school is the friends he made and being involved in athletics.
With a 3.5 GPA and 12 hours of dual credit, Chad is academically prepared to begin his path to becoming a vet. He plans to earn a degree in Biology/Animal Bioscience. While enjoy his high school experience, Chad earned over 245 hours of community service volunteering with his church and the Houston Children's Festival. Chad is really looking forward to the different experiences he has ahead now that he has graduated.
We wish you all the best in your future endeavors, Chad!
Favorite Bible Verse: Each one should test their own actions. Then they can take pride in themselves alone, without comparing themselves to someone else... Galatians 6:4
While we aren't sure how she found the time, Meghan earned many community service hours with her servant's heart. She volunteered with many organizations in addition to Caring for Cambodia. Meghan worked as a volunteer with the North Cypress Medical Center, Cy-Hope, Ryan's Rainbows and Meals on Wheels. While she will miss cheering under those Friday night lights, she admits "most of all, I will miss all of my high school friends. My favorite high school memory was winning state with some of my best friends... I looking foward to going to Texas Tech and "pursuing my dream career". Meghan will major in nursing and has plans to become a neonatal nurse. With her 3.94 GPA and 22 hours of dual credit, we have no doubt she is prepared to reach her goals. Congratulations, Meghan. We are truly going to miss that smile!
Blake Williams was the one who did not make it to graduation. He is a member of the mighty eagles varsity baseball team who played in the TAPPS State Championship Game the same day as graduation. He had a choice to make and he stuck by his team. Blake was there as the boys rang in their second straight victory keeping their title as State Champions. He received his diploma in Austin on the diamond after the dust settled.
Though he was absent from the ceremony, Blake still graduated from RCS with a 3.21 GPA and 27 hours of dual credit. He is a conscientous student who was named Rotary Club Student of the Month. Not only a baseball treasure, Blake is also admired under those Friday night lights. He was named Sophomore of the Year and Defensive Back of the Year his senior year. He says the trips he took with football, baseball and One Act will always be his best high school memories.
Blake will be leaving us for college this fall to attend Colorado School of Mines where he has plans to earn a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Blake says he will miss seeing his friends everyday, but is looking foward to "seeing what is in store for me at college".
Favorite Bible Verse: For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11
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