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Homecoming 2020 Program

Published by salliegrace, 2020-10-29 19:00:05

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HOMECOMING 2020 SCS Homecoming Court 2020

Dayton Marie Flowers Dayton Marie Flowers is the daughter of Jeromy Flowers and Christy Smith. This is Dayton’s 2nd year at SCS. She hasn’t yet decided where she wants to go to college or what she would like to study. Dayton is the National Honor Society President, a student athletic trainer, and a starter on the Girl’s Varsity Basketball team. Last year was the first year Dayton played basketball for SCS and she was awarded 1st team All-District, Academic All-State, All-State Honorable Mention, and was a part of the TAPPS State All-Tournament Team. “SCS is a safe place. I have been to many different schools in my life and coming to SCS has been a nice and comfortable change. I believe the students and teachers have made me feel like I belong and it has introduced many opportunities for me to grow in my faith and relationships.” Rhys Kennon Davis Rhys Kennon Davis is the son of Steve and Pam Davis and has attended SCS for 15 years. Rhys describes his time at SCS as fun where he participated in cross country, track, soccer, baseball, and K-Life. He especially enjoyed winning District in cross country as a sophomore and receiving the fighting Eagle Award in baseball. Rhys has been honored to participate in the National Honor Society all four years of high school and be awarded the male recipient of the 43 Foundation Scholarship. Rhys’s passion is baseball, where he received Academic All-State honors. He plays middle infield and pitches for the Eagles and the DFW Twins, where he was named Five Tools’ Player of the Game in both Houston and Dallas. He has been recognized by Volunteer Fort Worth for excellence in service. Rhys has spent his high school years feeding the homeless, mentoring in after school programs, and restoring our city’s parks. Rhys was awarded the Animal Hero Award by Basset Hound Rescue for his heroic effort in rescuing a wounded basset named Barbara Jean. Rhys plans to continue living a life of fun through sports, education, and service — all to the glory of God — by playing baseball in college and studying engineering and business. “Southwest Christian School will always be my second home, where I met my best friends, classmates, teachers, and coaches, all of whom helped me develop a closer relationship with God.”

Lottie Anne King Landon Maguire Smith Lottie Anne King is the daughter of Edward and Lisa King. Lottie Landon Maguire Smith, son of John Smith and Dana Glover-Smith, has attended SCS for five years. She hopes to attend Texas A&M has attended SCS for 14 years. He is looking to attend Boston College University majoring in kinesiology or marketing. Throughout her time at SCS, Lottie has been an active member of Girls to study communications and theology as a double major. Maguire Supporting Girls Club, National Honor Society, and International has been a part of SCS’s cross country program all four years of high Thespian Society. She served as a Student Ambassador for all school, serving as a captain for three of these years. He was previously four years of high school. Lottie has been heavily involved in involved in baseball for one year, track for two years, and soccer for the theatre program at SCS and has sung on the praise band for three years. Leadership roles include chaplain for National two years, where he earned an All-District Honorable Mention in Honor Society, publicity chair officer for International Thespian soccer his sophomore year. He is also involved in theater, where he has Society, two years as treasurer for class council, and co-captain of the praise band. Lottie has been on the dance team for three competed in One Act Play competitions for the past three years and years and is serving as Lieutenant Officer for the school year of has performed in the musical since his freshman year. Maguire is the 20-21. Spiritual Life Coordinator on Student Council, the National English Honor “SCS is a place that means growth. Society President, the Junior World Affairs Council Vice President, the Every year has presented an exciting International Thespian Society Historian, and a member of the National opportunity for growth, for which I am very thankful. SCS is a place where Honor Society. Outside of school, each encounter with a person has Maguire is a part of Christ Chapel’s encouraged me to love deeper and A/V team for the High School Ministry pushed me to seek people out and make relationships.” as well as being on the student leadership team. “Southwest Christian School is a family to me. I have found a great community and developed meaningful relationships with students and teachers alike, all of which have made me a better person and pushed me in my faith and character. The family of SCS will celebrate with you during your best times and help you during your hardest times.”

SCS Homecoming Court 2020 Top (left to right): Bella Vargas, Dayton Flowers, Lottie King, Rachel Paulsen Bottom (left to right): Mason Reyes, Rhys Davis, Maguire Smith, Jared Gallagher

The mission of Southwest Christian School is to provide a Christ-centered, college preparatory education that graduates young adults equipped as Christian leaders in the world.

Rachel Paulsen Rachel Paulsen is the daughter of Dr. Michael and Lori Paulsen and has attended SCS for 15 years. Rachel hopes to attend Texas A&M in the fall to major in psychology. Throughout her school years, Rachel has received many awards and achievements. Rachel is the current Student Council President and served as the junior class president last year. She is Captain of the cheer squad and has received All American honors the last two years. Rachel is the school representative of the new Kingdom Diversity Committee, a member of the National Honor Society, the National Art Honor Society, and has received coaches’ awards in golf and cheer. In 2018, she received the State Gold Medal at the VASE art events. Rachel is an equestrian and she and her horse Nirvana Nevermind are the current U.S. Youth National Champions for the Arabian Horse Association in Country English Riding. “SCS is a loving community. I’ll be forever thankful for the life lessons that teachers have taught me and for growing up with such exceptional people. The life lessons will be used in my walk with Christ and my future.” Jared Patrick Gallagher Jared Patrick Gallagher, son of Jay and Sheree Gallagher, has attended SCS for 14 years. Jared has run varsity cross-country and track and played varsity soccer all four years of high school. He is involved in the National Honor Society, Student-Athlete Leadership Training, National English Honor Society, and has been the Student Council Secretary for the last two years. Jared is also involved in the Travis Avenue Baptist Church Youth Ministry and the Trailblazer Chapter of the Young Men’s Service League. Next fall he plans to attend either Rice University or Trinity University and study Statistics or Data Analytics. “SCS to me is a home away from home. I have spent plenty of time at SCS over my 14 years attending the school and there is nowhere I would have rather spent my time than with my SCS family. The relationships that I have started here will guide my path as I journey into the next chapter in my life. I am eternally grateful for all that SCS has equipped me with and look forward to taking all I have been taught with me next fall as I leave the nest.”

Isabella Victoria Vargas Isabella Victoria Vargas is the daughter of Dr. Luis and Karie Vargas. She has attended SCS for 15 years. Bella is currently undecided on a college but hopes to double major in English and Marketing. She is the senior class president and served as class secretary her junior year. Bella has been a member of the National Honor Society, the English Honor Society, and the Art Honor Society for three years, serving as secretary of the Art Honor Society for the past two years. Bella has served as a Student Ambassador and mentor for four years. She volunteers at Animal Hope Rescue Center; enjoys serving with international ministries during SCS minimesters; attends HSM at Christ Chapel Church; enjoys doing art in and out of school, and loves to travel. Bella has played four years of volleyball, serving as team captain both her sophomore and junior years, and two years of varsity soccer and has received multiple athletic awards. Bella was a Rockin’ Eagle her freshman and sophomore year, serving as captain her sophomore year and she has been an SCS cheerleader for the past two years. “Having gone to SCS for most of my life, it’s like a second home. The teachers have shown me what it means to truly love what you do and how to work for the Lord while you’re doing it. I can’t even begin to list out all of the other things that SCS has taught me throughout the years and it’s going to be a bittersweet day when I graduate and start the next chapter of my life.” Mason Grey Reyes Mason Grey Reyes is the son of Henry and Dr. Rebecca Reyes and has attended SCS for 15 years. He plans to attend Texas Tech University on the Pre-Med Track. Mason’s brother Dawson is a 2018 graduate of SCS. Mason and his family attend Westminster Presbyterian Church. He is an Eagle Scout, former Freshman Class Vice President, Sophomore Class President, and Student Council President. Currently, Mason is Editor- in-Chief of the SCS yearbook, a member of the National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, Quill and Scroll (National Journalism Honor Society), Tri - M Music Honor Society, and a life member of the National Eagle Scout Association. Mason has been a four-year member of the varsity golf and soccer teams and played in the SCS band for two years. He has many hobbies but prefers to be outdoors, doing things such as hunting, fishing, hiking, and horseback riding. “SCS is incredibly important to me. It will be a forever second home. I have learned so much here and met so many influential people. SCS has provided me with a worldly education that’s still rooted in Christ. My education has served as a foundation for my faith. I will never forget the memories I’ve made here, both inspiring and humbling. Here I’ve gained confidence in myself and my abilities, while also understanding that sometimes you have to put others before yourself. I am confident that these lessons will continue to guide me as I enter new stages of life.”

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