Spring ISD has announced the Class of 2021 valedictorians and salutatorians from each of its five high school campuses: Dekaney High School, Spring Early College Academy, Spring High School, Westfield High School and Carl Wunsche Sr. High School.
The valedictorian from each school is the student who has earned the highest grade point average in his or her graduation class, and the salutatorian has the second highest grade point average.
“We are incredibly proud of our vals and sals who worked so hard to earn these coveted ranks,” said Spring ISD Superintendent Rodney E. Watson. “Any student who is named val or sal has had to challenge themselves throughout high school by taking the most difficult classes and then excelling in them. I applaud their impressive academic accomplishment and am confident that they will continue to achieve great things after graduation.”
To celebrate these students, the district will be holding a special recognition banquet on Tuesday, May 25 at the Randall Reed Center. The evening will include special video remarks from Westfield High school alumni and actor Chris LeBlac.
Dekaney High School
- Galilea Luna, Salutatorian – Colby College
- Paiton Olivea Kim McEwen, Valedictorian – University of Texas at Austin
Spring Early College Academy
- Pearl White Tran, Salutatorian – University of Texas at Austin
- Cody Chou, Valedictorian – Harvard University
Spring High School
- Armando Marquez Campos, Salutatorian – University of Texas at Austin
- Toneelea Shaftner, Valedictorian – Sam Houston State University
Westfield High School
- Braxton Budd, Salutatorian – University of Texas at Austin
- Da’Vion Tatum, Valedictorian – Harvard University
Carl Wunsche Sr. High School
- Nancy Van Lo, Salutatorian – University of Texas at Austin
- Kevin Wang, Valedictorian – University of Texas at Austin