Tuesday, December 01, 2015 • 05:37

November 2013 Jag Students of the Month

November 13, 2013
Kyle Stroud was born Sept. 17, 1996 and has lived and attended school in Valley Center since kindergarten. Currently he is a senior at Valley Center High School and enjoys keeping himself busy between academics, arts, and after school activities.

Kyle lives with his papa Stephen, mom Mona, and sister Alana who each support him in his endeavors, albeit in their own unique way.

He is in the top-ten of his class, currently taking a full schedule of four AP classes along with three performing arts classes. Kyle's passion is in the arts, participating in the Choir, Jazz Band, Marching Band, and Musical Theater program at the high school. Presently, he is Jean Valjean in the school's production of Les Miserables. Outside of classes at the high school, Kyle is president of the school's California Scholarship Federation, vice-president of the National Honor Society, a leader in the school's Fellowship of Christian Athletes club, and a member of the Community Service club, more commonly referred to as the PB&J club.

Outside of the school day, Kyle plays goalie on the Varsity Lacrosse team, and looks forward to another great year with the team this spring. He also works as a tutor for middle school students while volunteering at his church on Sundays as a presentation manager.

In his future, Kyle hopes to pursue a career in Music Business or as a contract lawyer within the entertainment industry.

The female Jaguar Student of the Month for November is Leina Villemez. She is a senior at Valley Center High School. Leina comes from a family of two parents and two other siblings, and she is very thankful to them for supporting her throughout all areas of her life. Valley Center has been her home for the entirety of her life and has had a major impact on her ambition towards being a well-rounded student. As a senior Leina is taking English 12, AP Statistics, American Government, PE 12, ASB Leadership, and Advanced Choir, but in addition to that, she is planning on playing soccer in the winter and participating in lacrosse and track in the spring.

Leina not only works to be a leader on campus but she regularly attends her church's youth group where she is on the student leadership team. After senior year, she plans on attending Biola University to pursue a double major in Communications and Business to hopefully work in the field of event planning, but for now she is focused on completing senior year and making it as successful as she can.

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