Center High School announces valedictorian, salutatorian for Class of 2019
Center High School announces the valedictorian of the Class of 2019 to be Scarlett V. Shires and the salutatorian to be Brisa J. Guevara.
Center High School Graduation will be held at the Roughrider Stadium on Friday, May 24, at 8 p.m.
Scarlett V. Shires — Valedictorian
Achievements and Honors: A Honor Roll (9-12); National Honor Society (11-12) Vice President (12); Anime Club (10-12) Historian (10) President (11-12); Cultural Exploration Club (11-12); UIL Academics (9-12); VIL Science Regional Individual Qualifier (11-12); UIL Computer Science Regional Team and Individual Qualifier(12); Varsity Band (9-12); Solo and Ensemble Medalist (10-11); Voted Most Likely to Succeed by Peers (12); Graduate with 42 College Credit HoursScarlett is the daughter of Sarah and Stephen Shires. She will be attending the University of Texas at Austin and will major in Computer Science.
Brisa J. Guevara — Salutatorian
Achievements and Honors: Varsity Band (9-12); Teacher’s Outstanding Student Award (9-12); A Honor Roll (9-12); Anime Club Vice President (11-12); National Honor Society (12); UIL Academics (12); Graduate with 32 College Credit HoursBrisa Is the daughter of Cristina Olalde and Jose Guevara. She will be attending the University of Wisconsin to major in foreign language (Japanese/Spanish) to pursue a career as an interpreter/translator.
Center High School Principal Matthew Gregory introduced honor graduates at an April 30 ceremony at the high school.
Others receiving high honors as the school's 2019 top graduates were: Valerie Ramierz, Blane Agnew, Zoie Eberenz, Esther Mergerson, Olivia Johnson, Jalee Campbell, Edwin Morin, Keaton Watlington, Samuel McSwain, Victoria Byrnes and Katherine Nehring.