Health Academy Class of 2018 Awards

Please complete the following survey to determine the Health Academy awards for the 2018 seniors. Thank you!

*Note - you may vote for up to FOUR students in each award category; senior names are not in a particular order - it is random. There are two winners for each category so 10 medals will be awarded on May 2nd.

Please keep survey nominees confidential - we appreciate your support!



  1. Most Improved in Academics and/or Leadership: (can vote for up to 4 students)
    The following seniors and their efforts to be more diligent in classroom academics, to be more outgoing with their peers, and to be more proactive with school and community activities has not gone unnoticed. Each of these seniors has, in his or her own way, demonstrated grit and determination in the face of whatever obstacles were present.
    Adisyn Swan
    Jorge Ochoa
    Jibril Haibe
    Juliana Casas
    Jailene Garcia
    Samantha Sosa
    Morgan Cabral
    Jasmine Ortiz


  1. Most Outstanding: (can vote for up to 4 students)
    These outstanding students have demonstrated a commitment to learning, a persistence to succeed, and the flexibility needed to balance classroom work, school and community activities, and service to others. These students excelled in academics and took the most challenging courses at GCHS
    Annie Gerber
    Beth Guymon
    Amanda Powers
    Megan Powers
    Grace Schmidt
    Kade Brennaman
    Reigan Crawford
    Kaylee Kells
    Kylee Hipp
    Erika Solorzano


  1. Health Sciences CTE Pathway: (can vote for up to 4 students)
    For our two honorees in the Health Science pathway, we see a commitment to studying health sciences in preparation for careers serving others. This pathway consists of technical and applications courses such as Health Career Investigations, First Aid/CPR, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Health Rotations, and CNA. Students not only met the distinction of “completer” with high academic marks, but also by demonstrating a lead-by-example approach in the classroom and in professional settings relating to the pathway
    Yoana Chairez
    Jailene Garcia
    Adela Benitez-Hernandez
    Evelyn Ramirez
    Jasmine Ortiz
    Jorge Ochoa
    Alexis Castillo
    Giao Tang
    Amanda Powers
    Kade Brennaman
    Megan Powers


  1. STEM (Math/Science): (can vote for up to 4 students)
    The STEM Pathway incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. In the Health Academy, we are encouraged by our students who not only have a passion for a career in a helping profession but also the drive to take the challenging STEM courses to push themselves academically “outside of the box”. With the students honored in this category, we see two individuals who have earned high grades in their respective STEM courses while also demonstrating a willingness to assist fellow classmates achieve greater success with the challenging content.
    Keenan Nelson
    Kaitlyn Chappel
    Megan Strecker
    Jack Koehn
    Jasper Partin
    Alexis Castillo
    Giao Tang
    Nic Coghill


  1. Best Citizenship: (can vote for up to 4 students)
    While students are encouraged to set the bar high with their academics, they too are encouraged to embody the pillars of positive citizenship. Tonight, we recognize the seniors who have shown exemplary citizenship by giving to others both with their time and possessions, organizing events for GCHS or the community or being a great role model. They demonstrate positive attitude, compassion, trustworthiness, fairness, and friendliness

    Samantha Sosa
    Erika Solorzano
    Jasper Partin
    Kaylee Kells
    Priscila Picazo
    Daniel Chacon
    Nic Coghill
    Amanda Powers
    Reigan Crawford
    Kylee Hipp
    Annie Gerber
    Megan Powers
    Beth Guymon
    Grace Schmidt