Pictured from left:  Beverly Perry, Todd Lintzen, Josefina Savoy, Chelsea Savoy, Richard Savoy and Susan Veillon.

The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the Student of the Month for Bridge City High School is Chelsea Savoy. Chelsea was presented her certificate and gift bag by Chamber Lifetime Ambassador Beverly Perry at the March 8 coffee hosted by MCT Credit Union. She received gift certificates and gifts from several local merchants.

Chelsea is the daughter of Richard and Josefina Savoy. She has a GPA of 4.75 and is ranked number 4 of 158 students. Chelsea’s awards and honors include:

  • Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Award
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Award
  • National Hispanic Recognition Program Student
  • Spanish III Award
  • Presidential Honor Roll and Honor Roll
  • Art II Award
  • Drill Team II Award
  • Junior All-American
  • All-American 2014 & 2015
  • Kick Company
  • Dance Company
  • Dual Credit Courses: Chemistry, Calculus, Economics, and Government

Chelsea’s clubs and organizations include:

  • Strutters Dance/Drill Team – 2 Year Officer – Treasure, Lieutenant
  • Student Council – 2 Year Officer – Representative, Senator
  • En Croix – Student Council Representative
  • Spanish Club – Vice President
  • National Honor Society – President
  • Chess Club
  • Ping Pong Club

In community service, Chelsea has volunteered at the Hospitality Center Port Arthur, Bridge City Knights of Columbus and Bridge City High School Basketball Games.

Faye Parish, AP Calculus and PreAP Pre Cal Teacher, said, “It is a privilege to recommend Chelsea Savoy for Student of the Month from the math department.  Chelsea is bright, studious, and determined.  She is kind, caring, and of good moral character.  She is outgoing and full of personality.  These qualities will make her an asset to society.  She is ranked number 4 in a highly intelligent, highly competitive class and has taken a full honors load in high school including AP classes and dual-credit college courses.

Chelsea is definitely a leader, on the field with our highly acclaimed dance team as an officer and in our state award winning Student Government as a representative and a senator.  She is Vice President of the Spanish Club and a member of the National Honor Society.  Chelsea is a leader in the classroom.  She always is attentive and asks very intelligent questions.  There are only two girls in AP Calculus but Chelsea holds her own and keeps the boys in check!  She is a real sweetheart to have in class.”

Kathie Dorman, Spanish II Teacher, said, “Chelsea is an exceptional student and a great role model for her peers.  She has a good heart and always has a smile on her face.  I have always been impressed by her sweet spirit and kindness toward others.”

Ericka Richard, Honors Algebra II and Engineering Teacher, said, “Failure is definitely not an option for Chelsea.  I feel blessed to have been able to teach Chelsea and watch her grow into the amazing young lady she is.”

Cathy Riley, AP English Teacher and Drill Team Sponsor, said, “Chelsea gives over and beyond what is expected of her whether it be dance or English, and I can always count on her to be an outstanding role model for others to emulate.  What you see is what you get with CHELSEA SAVOY—and that is perfection.”

Donna Schrock, AP Chemistry Teacher, said “Chelsea is an exceptional student who exhibits an eagerness to learn, and is always willing to help others.  Her integrity and positive attitude help to make her a successful student and role model in the classroom.”

After graduation, Chelsea plans to attend Lamar University and major in Chemical Engineering.  She has been awarded the Cardinal Excellence Scholarship from the Engineering Department.