CFISD Student of the Week: Jessica Davis

December 1, 2014

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Dec. 1, 2014—Cypress Ridge High School junior Jessica Davis created the winning holiday ornament to represent Texas District 138 and State Rep. Dwayne Bohac on the 2014 Lone Star Celebration Christmas Tree in the State Capitol. Davis is an avid dancer as well as a musician; she learned to play the piano three years ago simply by watching another person, and plays by ear.

School: Cypress Ridge High School

Age: 16

Grade: 11

Accomplishments: Winning holiday ornament representing District 138 on 2014 Lone Star Celebration Christmas Tree; plays piano; participates in dance.

Favorite class: Dance. “I’ve had a love for dance since I was 4 years old. I have learned so much from it and want to continue dancing.”

Favorite things to do after class: Play the piano, draw and be active.

Favorite song: Here With Us by Joy Williams

Favorite website: Pinterest. “It gives you a lot of ideas, and I love being creative.”

Favorite TV show: Total Divas. “I have been watching WWE for the longest time and I would love to become a diva.”

 

Favorite movie: Dumb and Dumber. “It is a very funny movie and I love all Jim Carrey movies.”

Ambition: “I want to graduate from high school and attend Texas A&M, major in Kinesiology and become a dance teacher.”

What topics/things are you passionate about? “I am very passionate about music. I love making music. Texas A&M is my favorite university (Whoop!). I love playing Für Elise by Ludwig Beethoven on the piano.

What inspires you? “Dance inspires me in many ways. It keeps me fit and active. Dance is more than it seems: I dance when I am sad, happy and mad. It helps me express myself.”

What three things can’t you live without? God, dance and music.

What are you most looking forward to this semester? “I am mostly looking forward to the talent show. I love seeing how much raw talent our school has.”

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