Honor Graduates of Pampa High School Class of 2020 Announced

Twenty-three students have attained the rank of honor graduate for the Class of 2020, five students have earned the distinction of Superintendent Scholar, and two students have earned their Associate’s Degree from Clarendon College.

To be an honor graduate, a student is required to be in the top 10% of the graduating class. To achieve the honor of a superintendent scholar, a student must have scored a minimum of 1340 composite on the SAT exam and/or a 29 on the ACT exam. In addition, students must have successfully completed at least three advanced placement courses and/or dual credit courses, and remained in good standing during their senior year. 

Avery Sprinkle, Valedictorian, earned a grade point average (GPA) of 4.2705. She is the daughter of Nathan and Trudy Sprinkle. She serves as the Public Relations Officer for the National Honor Society and for the Superintendent Student Ambassadors. She is a member of the PHS Student Council, and serves as the Historian. She has been a member of the Pride of Pampa Band, and qualified for state in solo and ensemble competition for two years. She competed in UIL Academics, and qualified for regional competition in Computer Applications. She also competed in the Texas Association of Community Schools Academic Challenge and qualified for state competition. She is a member of the Lady Harvester Softball team and a member of Students Against Destructive Decisions. Avery plans to attend Texas A & M University and major in Public Health or Psychology. Then, she plans to pursue a degree in Nursing, and continue her studies to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist or a Nurse Practitioner. 

Cidnie Goodson, Salutatorian, earned a grade point average of 4.2055. She is the daughter of Johnny and Michelle Goodson. She is a member of student council, and is the president of the PHS Senior Class of 2020. She is a member of the Pride of Pampa Band, served as Drum Major for two years, qualified for ATSSB All-State in flute one year, qualified for All-Area Band for three years, and was selected as Band Sweetheart. She is also a member of the National Honor Society, and served as president. She has participated in UIL Academics, qualified for regional competition, and received numerous math subject awards. She is a member of Students Against Destructive Decisions, and served as a Superintendent Student Ambassador. Cidnie plans to attend Texas A & M University and major in Biomedical Engineering. She also plans to join the Texas A & M wind band and play flute. 

Rebekah Andrews is ranked number three, and has earned a GPA of 4.0941. She is the daughter of Jeff and Sharron Andrews. She was a member of the National Honor Society, Choir and Show Choir; and was a member of the golf team. She graduated early from Pampa High School and is currently attending Texas A & M University. She is majoring in General Studies, and is considering pursing a degree in Oceanography.

Autumn Hill is ranked number four, and has earned a GPA of 3.9851. She is the daughter of Jason and Jade Hill. She competed in UIL Academics, and is a regional qualifier. She won first place in the “Who is This Harvester” essay contest, and received an AP Language and Composition Award. She is a certified Microsoft Office Specialist Expert, and received an Artistic Excellence Award. Autumn plans to attend Angelo State University and major in Psychology.

Kayla Monds, Superintendent Scholar, is ranked number five and has earned a GPA of 3.9807. She is the daughter of Hayle Monds and Scott and Wendy Monds. She received TAEA Visual Art regional achievement awards for two years, and TAEA state achievement awards for two years. Her artwork was displayed at the State Capitol during Youth Art Month. She has also participated in the PHS Choir. Kayla will be attending West Texas A & M University, and will major in Studio Art and Management.

Taylor Jefferis is ranked number six, and has earned a GPA of 3.9686. Taylor has also earned her Associate’s Degree from Clarendon College. She is the daughter of Kevin and Alissha Jefferis. She serves as Historian for the National Honor Society, and serves as Treasurer for the PHS Student Body. She won first place in the VFW Essay contest, and received the Outstanding Health Science Theory Student Award. She is a member of the Lady Harvester Softball Team, and was named First Team All-District Softball Pitcher. She is a member of the PHS Choir and Show Choir, and a two-year Texas Music Scholar. She was selected as a Lions Club Sweetheart. Taylor plans to attend Howard Payne University and major in Biology, with an emphasis in Pre-Med. Eventually, she plans to attend medical school and become a doctor.

Brock Ferguson is ranked number seven, and has earned a GPA of 3.9673. He is the son of Cal and Becca Ferguson. He serves as President of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and is a member of the Future Farmers of America. He is a member of the Varsity Harvester football team, and was selected for First Team All-District and Academic All-State in football. Brock plans to attend West Texas A & M University and major in electrical engineering. He also plans to enter into an internship program with Excel Energy while attending college. 

Julia Allen, Superintendent Scholar, is ranked number eight, and has earned a GPA of 3.8722. She is the daughter of Blake and Crystal Allen and Raymond and Peggy Koehler. She is a member of the Pride of Pampa Band, and qualified for Texas State Solo and Ensemble for four years. She is president of Theatre, and participated in UIL One-Act Play. She has been a member of the PHS Swim Team. Julia plans to attend West Texas A & M University and major in music and pursue a degree in music education. 

Joshua Price, Superintendent Scholar, ranked number nine, and earned a GPA of 3.7816. He is the son of Alan and Eva Price. He is a member of the Pride of Pampa Band, and qualified for State Solo and Ensemble for two years. He is a member of the Varsity Tennis team, qualified for pre-regionals, and placed first in a tennis tournament against a 5A team. He is also a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, and the Chess Club. Joshua plans to attend Wayland Baptist University and major in Christian Theology. After college, he plans to work as a youth pastor or become a missionary.

Halie West is ranked number 10, and has earned a GPA of 3.7740. She is the daughter of Billie and Mistie West. She has been a member of student council for four years, received the Student Council Outstanding Member Award for four years, and serves as the PHS Student Body President. She is a member of the PHS Concert Choir, National Honor Society, Future Farmers of America, and Students Against Destructive Decisions. She received an outstanding student subject award in Earth Science. She has also been a member of the Lady Harvester Softball team, basketball team, and volleyball team. Halie plans to attend Amarillo College and pursue a degree in Dental Hygiene. Then, she plans to transfer to a university and study to become an oral surgeon.

Annelea Anderson is ranked number 11, and has earned a GPA of 3.7269. She is the daughter of Eric and Angela Anderson. She received V.A.S.E. Regional Art Awards for three years, and was recognized three times during the PISD Spotlight on Excellence portion of the school board meeting for her artwork. She has served as a Superintendent Student Ambassador, and is a member of PHS Choir, and Students Against Destructive Decisions. She has received several outstanding academic achievement subject awards. Annelea plans to attend Lubbock Christian University and major in Art Therapy. 

Cooper Trolinger is ranked number 12, and has earned a GPA of 3.6905. He is the son of Danny and Ashlee Orand and Raymond and Carolee Trolinger. He served as a Superintendent Student Ambassador for four years, and served as President his senior year. He serves as Secretary of the PHS Student Council and President of Teacher Future Music Educators. He is a member of the Pride of Pampa Band, has served on the Band Leadership Team, and qualified for Area Band for two years. He is also a member of the PHS Choir, serves as secretary, and has qualified for TMEA All-State Choir for two years, Texas Music Scholar for three years, received the TSSEC Outstanding Solo Performance Award, and was a National Summer Institute Soloist. He has participated in UIL Academics, and the TACS Academic Challenge, where he placed 4th in State competition. Cooper plans to attend Wayland Baptist University and major in Vocal Music Education and minor in German. After college, he plans to teach choir, and would love to teach in Pampa. Eventually, he plans to pursue a Master’s Degree and teach music at a university. 

Jacob Baker is ranked thirteenth, and has earned a grade point average of 3.6893. He is the son of Robert and Susan Baker. He is a member of the Varsity Harvester football team, and was selected for First Team All-District football and All-State Academic football. He is a member of the Pride of Pampa Band, and qualified for State Solo and Ensemble for two years. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and Student Against Destructive Decisions. Jacob plans to enlist with the with the Navy after graduation, and train to fly jets.

Mackenzie Rivera is ranked fourteenth, and has earned a grade point average of 3.6461. She is the daughter of Ruben and Danette Rivera. She is a member of the Pride of Pampa Band, and an All-Region qualifier. She is a member of student council and serves as Parliamentarian. She is a member of DECA, and qualified for state in DECA competition. She is a member of the Lady Harvester Softball team, and received the Hustling Harvester Award. She is also a member of the cross country track team. Mackenzie plans to attend West Texas A & M University, and major in Nursing. Eventually, she would like to attend medical school. 

Kambry Smith is ranked number fifteen, and has earned a GPA of 3.6395. She is the daughter of Tad and Kelley Smith. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Friends of Rachel, and Students Against Destructive Decisions. She is a member of the Lady Harvester Basketball team, received the 4A District Basketball Newcomer of the Year Award, was selected for First Team All-District, selected as the offensive and defensive most valuable player of the year, selected as Basketball Queen, and is a member of the first ever Lady Harvester District Championship team. She was also selected for the High Plains Golden Spread All Star Basketball Team. She is a member of the track team, and qualified for regionals in five events. Kambry plans to attend Oklahoma Wesleyan University, and continue her athletic career playing basketball. She plans to major in Criminal Justice or Nursing. After college, her goals are to work as a registered nurse or as a criminal investigator. 

Addison Smith is ranked number sixteen, and has earned a GPA of 3.6352. She is the daughter of Del and Stephanie Smith. She is a member of PHS Student Council, and serves as Chaplain. She is a member of the National Honor Society and Students Against Destructive Decisions. She is a member of the Volleyball Team, was selected for First Team Academic All-State Volleyball, and received the Volleyball Fighting Heart Award. She is also a member of the track team, and qualified for regional track competition for three years. She studied Health Sciences in high school, and participated in the Health Science Practicum. Addison plans to attend West Texas A & M to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. Then, she plans to continue her studies and become a Nurse Anesthetist or a Nurse Practitioner.

Stori Stribling is ranked number seventeenth, and has earned a GPA of 3.6285. She is the daughter of Scotty and Shanna Stribling. She is a member of the PHS Choir and Show Choir, and qualified for pre-area choir for two years, state choir solo and ensemble for two years, selected for the lead role in Beauty and the Beast, and received the Outstanding Choir Member Award. She is a member of the National Honor Society, and serves as Vice President of the Senior Class of 2020. She has also participated in Theater and Journalism. Stori plans to attend Oral Roberts University and pursue a degree in Worship Arts with a concentration in Theater.

Riley Elliff is ranked eighteenth, and has earned a GPA of 3.6220. She is the daughter of Matt and Ginn Elliff. She is a member of the National Honor Society, and the PHS Choir and Show Choir. She serves as Social Chair for the choir. She served as an athletic trainer for four years, and kept stats for the baseball team. Riley plans to attend Amarillo College and purse a degree in nursing. Then, she would like to continue her studies to become a Nurse Anesthetist. 

Andrew Stevens is ranked nineteenth, and has earned a GPA of 3.6173. He is the son of Jeff and Tammy Stevens. He is a member of the PHS Choir, Show Choir, National Honor Society, and Students Against Destructive Decisions. He is also a member of the Harvester Basketball team, selected for All-Region Basketball, and was selected as the most valuable player for two years. Andrew plans to attend Amarillo College to obtain his Associate’s Degree. Then, he plans to transfer to West Texas University and pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Child Psychology. 

Jasmine Bolch is ranked twentieth, and earned a GPA of 3.6098. She is the daughter of Matt Bolch and guardians Todd and Misty Alvey. She is a member of the National Honor Society and serves as the Community Service Officer. She has served as a Superintendent Student Ambassador, and is a member of Student Against Destructive Decisions. She has participated in cheerleading, track, and volleyball. Jasmine plans to attend South Plains College to obtain her basic courses. Then, she plans to transfer to Texas Tech University and major in Nursing.

Jolaine Machado is ranked twenty-first, and earned a GPA of 3.6094. She is the daughter of Gerardo and Joanna Machado. She is a member of DECA, served as the DECA Chapter Secretary, Vice President, and President. She is a two-year DECA District Winner. She is a member of the National Honor Society, and serves as Vice President. She is a member of the PHS Band, and scored a one in solo and ensemble. She has also been involved with Students Against Destructive Decisions. Jolaine plans to attend West Texas A & M University and major in Pre-Medicine. Then, she plans to attend Medical School in San Antonio.

Shylie Schlup is ranked twenty-second, and has earned a GPA of 3.6089. She is the daughter of Bryan and Brenda Thacker. She received the outstanding student awards for Math and English. Shylie plans to attend Amarillo College and complete her basic courses. Then, she plans to transfer to a university and major in interior design.

Kayden Burgess is ranked number twenty-three, and has earned a GPA of 3.6081. He is the son of Shane and Leslie Littlejohn. He is a member of the National Honor Society, Robotics Club, Game Design Club, and Students Against Destructive Decisions. He is a member of the tennis team, and was recognized at the PISD school board meeting, Spotlight on Excellence Segment, for tennis. He is also a member of the Pride of Pampa Band . Kayden plans to attend West Texas A & M University and major in Computer Science. 

Pampa ISD would also like to recognize following students for achieving the distinction of Superintendent Scholar.

Xzavion Donehue, Superintendent Scholar, is the son of Schivon Parker, Maudine Parker, and Kevin Donehue. Xzavion plans to attend West Texas A & M University and major in Engineering and Business.

Jet Petit, Superintendent Scholar, is the son of Sachio and April Petit. He is a member of the Pride of Pampa Band, and the National Honor Society. He has participated in Speech and Debate, and participated in TFA World School Debate. He participated in the TACS Academic Challenge, and is a TACS state champion. He participated in UIL Academics, and is a regional qualifier in Science and Current Events. He participated in UIL One-Act Plan, and qualified for Bi-District. Jet plans to attend Oklahoma State University and major in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering.

Arrianna Anguiano is being recognized for completing her Associate’s Degree while attending Pampa High School, and working full time. Arianna is the daughter of Robert and Angela Anguiano. She is a member of the National Honor Society, and has participated in softball, athletic training, and health science practicum. Arianna plans to enter the RN program at Clarendon College. After obtaining her RN, she plans to attend West Texas A & M University and enter the Nurse Practitioner Program.

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