Ava-Simone Thorpe, Class of 2021
Ava-Simone will be attending Howard University, majoring in Healthcare Management
“Immerse yourself in different things during high school. As important as learning and furthering your education is, enjoy the fun times and happiness at school. Take risks and push yourself. My high school years were made special by the love and caring nature of my teachers. They genuinely care for their students and want them to be the best they can possibly be. They pushed me outside of my comfort zone and I will always be grateful for that."
Jonathan Dinh, Class of 2021
Jonathan will be attending the University of Washington, majoring in Communications
"High school provides you with an abundance of activities and clubs to get involved with, and my biggest piece of advice is to take advantage of them. Some of my favorite memories from high school will forever be the several homecomings I planned and experienced with student government. Whether it was coming onto campus at 2 in the morning to construct an 8-foot tall castle in the quad or hearing the roar of the bleachers on the day of the rally, these homecomings created a special bond within the class of 2021. None of this would have been possible without Instructor Choe, who endlessly supported my sometimes crazy endeavors and taught me what it means to be a good student, leader, and member of society."
College-going rate for graduates
Athletic teams in 21 sports
Advanced Placement (AP) courses
National Merit Scholarship semifinalists