Aubrey Independent School District and Pilot Point Independent School District High School students attended the weekly Rotary meeting on April 9 as our Seniors of the Month.

Aubrey High School Students

Allison Reed is a familiar face to anyone involved in the music program. She has participated in All-State Band, playing the clarinet, and also plays the saxophone in the jazz band. She qualified for the Visual Arts Scholastic Event with a self-painted portrait from her art studies, but she is also interested in science. She plans to major in Chemistry at Texas Woman's University and pursue a career in orthotics or prothestics.
Isaac Cervantes has not only been a four-year member of the Aubrey High School football team, but he's a thespian as well, participating in the musical Matilda and the one-act play Moon Over Buffalo, which he received the honorable mention for Best Actor during UIL competition. He also works as a server at Buff's Grill, and considers his parents his heroes for their motivation to him to keep achieving his dreams. He plans to study biology at Austin College.
Pictured at left: Aubrey High School principal Brett Phipps, Isaac Cervantes, Allison Reed, Rotary President Shane Kading.

Pilot Point High School Students

Both Pilot Point High School students love their advanced floral teacher, Mrs. Wagley. She's inspired both of them as they prepare for their next steps outside of Pilot Point.
Mariana Martinez, when she's not focusing on her studies and education, has been dreaming of becoming a nurse. She plans to attend NCTC to begin her studies in nursing, a field she became passionate about after seeing a family member go through long-term hospitalization and seeing the care given to him by the nurses. She wants to be that person in her future career.
Alexiz Montoya plans to build on his memories of the last four years as he moves on to college, where he plans to major in mechanical engineering at University of North Texas. His family is his Hometown Hero, as they motivate him to be the best version of himself.
Pictured at left: Rotary President Shane Kading, students Mariana Martinez and Alexiz Montoya, Pilot Point High School Principal Jason Crow and PPISD Superintendent Dr. Shannon Fuller.