Graduation is on the horizon for Holy Family High School senior Veronica Williams, who is planning to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder this fall. She maintains a 3.54 GPA, was named to the Honor Roll these last couple of years and was honored with Academic Achievement in various classes. Williams is heavily involved with cheerleading. She has been a participant in many cheerleading competitions, is the current captain of the team and made All-Star this year. She’s participated in school musicals and with the choir.
“The Outsiders,” by S. E. Hinton
“Beauty and the Beast”
My parents Daniel and Donna.
WORDS TO LIVE BY
“To the world you may just be one person, but to one person you may be the world.”
Williams’ volunteers at the school’s cheerleading camp in a weeklong clinic for younger kids and where they’re taught cheers and dances followed by a performance for the parents. She’s volunteered at Immaculate Heart of Mary’s Journey Days; picking up litter around the area and helps organize the recyclables; and with Open Door Gang Youth Alternative. Williams said: “I want to leave this world leaving it better. Everyone is put into this world for a reason. You can help make it better event if it is just one person.”
IF I COULD IMPROVE THE WORLD . . .
“I would become a doctor and set up clinics to not only help less fortunate people, but teach less fortunate people so that they have the opportunity to become a doctor just like I want to be.”