Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the thirty-sixth anniversary of Student Board of Directors, recognizing outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to community service. We are proud to introduce the following members of the 2013-2014 Student Board.
Jack Calhoun is a senior at Robert E. Lee High School where he is a member of the National Honor Society. Jack serves on the student council and is a member of the senate. He is also involved in the sports program and plays on the varsity basketball team. Jack is active in the youth program at First Christian Church and participates in Young Life, a Christian ministry for high school students. He hopes to study engineering at The University of Texas at Austin and continue with his education by earning a master’s degree in business management. Jack enjoys playing golf and volunteering with The First Tee Junior Golf Program. He is the son of Shelley and Waterson Calhoun.
Melanie Johnson, daughter of Annie Deloris Johnson, will graduate from John Tyler High School in the spring. She is a member of the National Honor Society and the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) organization. Melanie serves as co-captain with the regionally and nationally recognized John Tyler Color Guard. She sings in her church choir and is a community volunteer at the Boys and Girls Club. Melanie plans to attend Baylor University and study pre-med, with a future career goal of specializing in obstetrics and gynecology. Her interests and hobbies include dance, reading, writing, and helping others.
Samuel Willis is a senior at The Brook Hill School and is the son of Shiloh and Keith Willis. He is a member of the school’s Corps Drum Line and twice named to the Headmaster’s Honor Guard. Samuel is active in the fine arts program at Brook Hill, working behind the scenes as a member of the technical and lighting crew. He is the technology prefect and was the recipient of the Pyramid Award with Brook Hill theatre in 2012. Samuel plans to study computer science at The University of Texas at Dallas and hopes to eventually have a career in video game research, development, and content design. He enjoys reading and game design.