BRIDGE CITY HIGH SCHOOL MARCH STUDENT OF THE MONTH
The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the February Student of the Month for Bridge City High School is Wesley Lewis. Wesley was presented his certificate and gift bag by Ambassador Dave Derosier owner of OhainWEB.com, at the March Networking Coffee hosted by RE/MAX ONE Bridge City. He received gift certificates and gifts from: The Classy Peacock, COS Printing, Wellspring Credit Union, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City, Bridge City Bank, Sabine River Ford, Sabine Federal Credit Union, Complete Staffing, Bridge City Walmart, Neches Federal Credit Union, Best Day Spa, and 5Point Credit Union.
Wesley is the son of Judy and Henry Lewis. He is ranked #5 of 196 with a GPA 4.65. Wesley’s Awards and Honors include:
- Pre AP Pre-Cal Award
- A/B Honor Roll
- Perfect Attendance
- 2nd Place District UIL Number Sense Team
Wesley’s Clubs and Organizations include:
- National Honor Society
- Student Council
- Spanish Club
- UIL Math Team
In community service, Wesley has volunteered at Relay for Life and was a student leader at Vacation Bible School.
Erica Richard, Math Teacher, said, “I have had the honor to teach Wesley his sophomore year. He is one of those students that you wish your whole class could be like. To say that he is your average young man, would not do him justice. He is one extraordinary young man! I know without a doubt, that Wesley will go onto do great things with his future.”
Cathy Riley, English Department Chair and Director of Bridge City Strutters, said, “WESLEY LEWIS is absolutely one of my favorite students because he is an absolute gentleman with a powerful inner drive for success. His strong work ethics are stellar among BCHS male students. He earned a 4 on the English AP Language and Composition exam which is no easy feat. Focused and self-confident, WESLEY sets goals and does not give up until they are achieved. One such goal was the Lamar University Mirabeau Scholarship, and now that goal has been reached. One might see WESLEY in a classroom competing in math at UIL meets, speaking eloquently as he analyzes an AP novel in English IV AP class, or powerlifting at various competitions. WESLEY wrote a “passion” essay as one of my assignments in the fall. In it, he describes his passion as creating a better version of true self and relates this transformation to his love of powerlifting. Whether he is in the classroom or in the gym, he “makes every day of hard work worthwhile.” WESLEY LEWIS is a symbol of individuality and inspiration that fuels others to feel self-confident. “HUZZAH, LEWIS!”
When asked about his future plans, Wesley said, “I plan on attending Lamar University to obtain a degree in Chemical Engineering.”
Pictured Left to Right: Principal Terry Stuebing, Dave Derosier, Judy Lewis, Wesley Lewis, Donna Smith, and Counselor Nicole Harris.