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Kathleen Bendele

Kathleen is Salutatorian of her class. She is President of the National Honor Society, and is a three sport varsity athlete playing volleyball, basketball, and track. Kathleen is also a member of Student Advisory Council, Chemistry Society, and National Technical Honor Society. After high school she plans to attend Texas Christian University where she will major in Business Management. Kathleen wants to begin her career in Project Management and eventually earn her Master’s and work as a CEO of a company.

Cearra Farley

Cearra Farley was born three months pre-mature and has always been a little smaller than her twin sister, in every way. She grew up in an abusive household but was placed with her great aunt in the summer before her sixth grade year. Ever since then, she has grown academically, mentally, and emotionally.
She is now an A – AB honor roll student and a member of her school’s national honor society. She has been accepted into over eleven colleges and has received three scholarships. She will be attending  Angelo State University for a bachelor’s in Biology, from there she will work towards her PhD.

Addison Day


Addison Day, a distinguished graduate of Boerne – Samuel V. Champion High School, excelled both on and off the court during her tenure.  As a three-year varsity letter recipient in Tennis, Addison displayed a commendable work ethic and high degree of sportsmanship. She earned a Team Tennis State Bronze Medal, won a gold medal in Girls District Doubles and qualified for Regionals two years in a row. Her dedication to the sport extended beyond the court, earning her recognition as Academic First Team All-State.  

Academically, Addison achieved a great deal of success during her high school career.  Her membership in National Honor Society and her distinction as an AP Scholar reflect her commitment to academic excellence.  Ranking among the top 10% of her graduating class speaks volumes about her diligence and desire to succeed.  

Outside of academics and athletics, Addison’s commitment to community service shines through her involvement in the National Charity League.  Diagnosed with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis at the age of one, she has served as a Youth Ambassador with the Arthritis Foundation helping to raise funds and awareness for the organization.  Her dedication to giving back underscores her compassionate nature and desire to make a positive impact in the lives of others.  

Looking ahead, Addison will be attending the University of Georgia. She plans to channel her passion for numbers and analysis by pursuing a degree in Business Finance. 

Manuel Mora

Manuel Mora  will be graduating from Ronald Reagan High School in San Antonio TX. Having lived in four different countries, Manuel brings a diverse perspective to his studies. He plans to double major in History and International Business at Trinity University. 

Maggie Rudisaile

Maggie Rudisaile is ranked number 2 in her class. She played varsity volleyball her freshman, sophomore and junior years and  was named All District Offensive Player of the Year last year. She has been on the varsity track and field team all 4 years excelling in the 400m relay and pole vaulting. Last year she went to state in 3A Pole Vaulting and placed 5th in the state and just recently I went to State and placed 3rd in pole vaulting. She has been the team captain for track and field the past two years. She is currently the senior class historian as well as the National Honor Society’s 2nd Vice President. KSAT named Maggie as the Scholar Athlete of the Week. Maggie works as a hostess at Lake Breeze Ski Lodge on Lake McQueeney to save for college expenses. She has been accepted to attend the University of Arkansas and plans to major in business accounting. She hopes to intern during the summers in Washington DC with the FBI Forensic Accounting Team. Maggie says “the most important thing I have done while at my school and the thing I’m most proud of is that I started the Marion Chapter of This is an organization based out of NYC that reaches out to lonely senior ladies in nursing homes. We visit a local Seguin Nursing Home, Walnut Springs once a month and give manicures to the residents. We mostly visit with them and make them feel valued and special.” Maggie has always been active in her church youth group and say that her faith is a priority.  Maggie has one brother that attends The United States Naval Academy and another brother who is at Texas A&M. Her mother is a nurse and her dad is in sales with the Texas Farm Bureau.  

Emma Vallejo

Emma Vallejo was born and raised in San Antonio and is a 2024 graduate from Incarnate Word High School. She was a four year Varsity letterman in Cross Country and Soccer and a three year letterman in golf and track. She won numerous awards such as Newcomer of the Year, Most Improved, and Most Valuable Player, but her highest achievement was medaling at her State meet for Cross Country and receiving Athlete of the Year her senior year. Along with Emma being active in school athletics, she is also dedicated to school organizations such as National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta Society, School Ambassador, and Investment Shark Club. Her commitment to service is exemplified through her work with local and regional organizations. She has learned to balance her time and has maintained high honor roll. Emma plans to attend Texas A&M University in College Station where she will pursue a degree in business.

Estefany Lugo


Esthefany, a first-generation student, is ready to embark on her journey at Texas A&M San Antonio with a clear vision to major in Accounting. Her aspirations extend beyond the classroom as she plans to expand her entrepreneurial venture, Estef Nails, by establishing a salon. This ambition is the driving force behind her pursuit of an accounting degree.

Throughout her high school tenure, Esthefany has been deeply engaged in extracurricular pursuits, including participation in her school’s dance team, involvement in the TRIO Upward Bound Program, and dedicated membership in her law enforcement program.

Across four years, she has demonstrated a remarkable blend of grace and determination, navigating unfamiliar territories with resilience and an unwavering commitment to success. Esthefany’s journey exemplifies the transformative power of education and the tenacity required to turn dreams into reality.