June 22, 2017
June 22, 2017—Five CFISD graduating seniors have received appointments to attend United States service academies.
Cy-Fair High School had one appointment:
Cy-Fair graduate Hunter Adams was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School.
“Cy-Fair High School is very proud of Bobcat senior Hunter Adams as one of the few carefully selected individuals who will be attending The U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School where he will continue to work on his academic, leadership and physical skills that will prepare him for success as a cadet at the United States Military Academy,” said Ana Martin, Cy-Fair High School principal. “We at Cy-Fair High School are very proud of Hunter’s courage and willingness to serve his country. We wish him well and know that Hunter will carry the BFND spirit with him always!
Cypress Falls High School had one appointment:
Cypress Falls graduate Christina Huynh was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy.
“Cypress Falls High School is extremely proud of Christina Huynh’s appointment to the U.S. Military Academy,” said Becky Denton, Cypress Falls principal. “Christina is a true example of the characteristics we desire in all of our students. Her leadership, hard work and desire to serve our country assure me that our future is in good hands. Christina truly believes her life is about serving others and embodies the spirit of ‘We are One!’”
Cypress Ranch High School had two appointments:
Cypress Ranch graduate Brynna Johnson was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy.
Cypress Ranch graduate Halee Lewis was appointed to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. (Photo by Amanda Faucett)
“On behalf of the entire Cypress Ranch community, I would like to congratulate two of our most prestigious 2017 graduates on their appointments to service academies,” said Bob Hull, Cypress Ranch principal. “Both Brynna Johnson and Halee Lewis possess all the qualities and characteristics to be successful and outstanding representatives of Cypress Ranch High School. We wish them all the best and will be following their educational and career pathways with great joy and excitement.”
Jersey Village High School had one appointment:
Jersey Village graduate Lindsey Donaldson was accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy.
“Lindsey Donaldson continues the proud tradition of Jersey Village High School graduates gaining an appointment to one of the military academies,” said Ralph Funk, Jersey Village principal. “Lindsey embodies the qualities of leadership, scholarship, character and service. She is a role model for all students. The entire JVHS staff is proud of Lindsey and wish her the best at the United States Naval Academy and her future service to our country.”