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2019 HHS Senior Spotlight

2019 hhs senior spotlight

2019 Graduation Information

Please join us for Hebron High School's (HHS) graduation Saturday, May 25, 2019, at 2 p.m. in the University of North Texas Coliseum. See UNT's Clear-Bag Policy here

If you are unable to attend graduation, it is streamed in its entirety online! 

Click here for more information.


#LISDGRADS

Seniors and families are invited to share graduation day photos and videos with the Lewisville ISD (LISD) community by using the hashtag "#LISDgrads" on their social media accounts.

This opportunity allows others to celebrate the wonderful accomplishment of graduation along with you. We are proud of you, #LISDgrads!


HHS Valedictorian and Salutatorian

hhs valedictorian  

Valedictorian Justin Jiang 

Father's Name: Kang Jiang
Mother's Name: Yu Xue
 
Where do you plan to attend college?
Cornell University
 
What do you plan to major in, and what are your career plans?
Major in Computer Science and Minor in Business Economics/Finance
 
What school activities have you been involved in?
DECA, Technology Student Association (TSA), HOSA, NHS, SNHS and Debate.
 
What teacher impacted you the most?
Ryan Woodward, AP Calculus AB, BC.
 
What teacher impacted you the most and how?
Woodward taught me the benefits of diligence and hard work. Although he is goofy at times, he is an incredible teacher that prioritizes his students' education and learning experiences.
 
What are your favorite memories of school?
The school-sponsored trips such as TSA or DECA were some of the most fun and memorable moments of high school. Not only did competition allow me to apply my skills in various subjects, meeting students from across the district, state, and nation with my friends made my Hebron experience exponentially more impactful.
 
What is the most interesting school project/assignment you have done?
In TSA, I joined a Digital Video Production group despite not having any experience in film. But working with other club members to construct a script and edit the video opened me up to new friends and allowed me to discover an entirely new interest I would have never known about otherwise.
 
What advice do you have for future high school graduates?
Your high school experience includes not just yourself but also your friends and your teachers. Make sure you remain grateful to those around you and grow together.
 


hhs salutatorian

Salutatorian Neha Philip
 
Father's Name: Gibi Philip
Mother's Name: Mini Philip
 
Where do you plan to attend college?
The University of Texas at Dallas
 
What do you plan to major in, and what are your career plans? 
I will be attending the University of Texas at Dallas as a McDermott Scholar for a major in neuroscience. I plan to enter the field of medicine as a physician.
 
What school activities have you been involved in?
National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, HOSA, DECA and Key Club.
 
What teacher impacted you the most and how?
Mr. Jeffrey Willard, my freshman English teacher, has impacted me the most. His class challenged me and made me a stronger writer.
 
What are your favorite memories of school? 
My favorite memory of school was the state competition for HOSA in San Antonio, Texas. Between walking around the riverwalk, getting ready for competition, and jumping fences, there was never a dull moment.
 
What is the most interesting school project/assignment you have done? 
My most interesting assignment involved spending hours of my summer listening to podcasts, reading articles, and watching documentaries about our national government and current political climate in order to write a series of blog posts for AP Government. Learning about multiple points of view on current issues helped to develop my interest in politics and public policy.
 
What advice do you have for future high school graduates? 
Don't be discouraged by failure. It's not the end of the story; it's the beginning.
 

HHS Top 10 

hhs students 3 and 4

3. Faizaan Vidhani | Brown University | Neuroscience and Economics
4. Brendan Glascock | University of Southern California | Applied Mathematics and Economics

HHS students 5 and 6

5. Lucas Gates | The University of Texas at Austin |  Computer Science and Business Honors 
6. Sunil Krish | Dartmouth College | Economics

HHS students 7 and 8

7. Bruce Moe | The University of Texas at Austin | Computer Science
8. Sanjana Yadav | The University of Texas at Austin | Computer Science

HHS 9 and 10

9. Amman Dharani | University of Southern California | Neuroscience and History
10. Sihyeong Park | University of Texas A&M | Biochemistry  


HHS Senior Superlatives
 hhs best dressed

Best Dressed: Logan Wynn and Kylie Koster

best personality

Best Personality: Jackson Harvey and Samantha Carmean

hhs class clowns

Class Clowns: Grant Shamblin and Chloe Bergman 

hhs most athletic

 Most Athletic: Trejan Bridges and Emma Clothier

most dependable

 Most Dependable: Vincent Nguyen and Ireland Beverly

hhs most friendly

 Most Friendly: Luke Rehfuss and Madeline Edwards

hhs most likely to succeed

Most Likely to Succeed: Bruce Moe and Isabella Chaiken 

most spirited

 Most Spirited: Nicholas Wilson and Eboni Wescott

most talented

 Most Talented: Joseph Hoffman and Berkley Coscia

mr and ms hhs

Mr. & Ms. HHS: Marcus Barron and Ana Hernandez


Collegiate Athletes

Throughout the 2018-2019 school year, many student-athletes signed letters of intent or committed to play collegiate sports. According to LISD's Athletics Department, the following students signed letters of intent or committed to play at the next level:

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Cross Country/Track and Field
Anthony Council | Morehouse College
Aaliya Fazel | The University of Texas at Austin
Addison Franklin | Abilene Christian University
Abby Hampton | John Brown University
Annie King | Stephen F. Austin State University
Paige Loehding | Southern Arkansas University
Austin Lorenzo | Hutchinson College
Dylan Lowe | The University of Texas at Arlington
Peyton Lowery | University of Mississippi
Cash Merutka | Oklahoma State University
Mia Regan | New Mexico State University
Myles Richter | University of Arkansas
Jayce Turner | University of Arkansas
Carson Yarbrough | Baylor University

Baseball
Drake Boggan | Tarleton State University
Aiden Davis | Angelo State University
Diego Johnson | Texas A&M University—Corpus Christi
Braeton Matthews | Eastern New Mexico University
Camden Matthews | Eastern New Mexico University
Dakotah Mote | Sterling College

Basketball
Evan Anderson | University of Arkansas—Ft. Smith

Football
Blake Barber | Southern Arkansas University
Trejan Bridges | University of Oklahoma
Grant Paulette | University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Golf
Jennie Parks | Texas Christian University

Soccer
Lauren Descamp | Eastern New Mexico University
Sydney Demski | Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Abby Glockzin | Arkansas State University
Grace Hall | Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Volleyball
Emma Clothier | Florida State University
Jessica Stancliff | The University of Texas at Arlington
Kassandra Ortega | Texas Woman's University



Check out all the LISD Senior Spotlights HERE
For inquiries about our 2019 Senior Spotlights, 
please contact LISD's Communications Department at communications@lisd.net.