The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the March
Student of the Month for Bridge City High School is Briana Taylor.  Brianna
was presented her certificate and gift bag by our Bridge City Chamber
President, Candace Mulhollan, Realtor at REMAX/ONE the March Networking
Coffee hosted by Best Day Spa. She received 10% off graduation invitations
from COS Printing, Tumbler and $20 coupon towards a new account at
Wellspring Credit Union, 1 month free training and on the mat uniform form
Tiger Rock martial Arts Bridge City, $25 VISA gift card from Sabine Federal
Credit, blue tooth speaker from Neches Federal Credit Union, $25 gift
certificate card from Walmart Bridge City, blue tooth speaker from Bridge
City Bank, Notebook from 5Point Credit Union, $10 gift card to Chick-fil-A
from Candace Mulhollan REMAX/ONE.

Brianna is the daughter of Claude and Lorrie Taylor.  She is ranked #3 of
165 with a GPA 4.61. 
Brianna’s Awards and Honors include:

Awards and Honors
.       Pre-AP Algebra I – Academic Excellence
.       English II – Academic Excellence
.       AP Physics – Academic Excellence

Clubs and Organizations
.       Project 7
.       Cardinal for Christ
.       National Honor Society
.       Engineering Club – Treasurer
.       UIL Computer Science

Community Service
.       OUPC Sunday School Teacher
.       Hurricane Harvey Recovery
.       Tutoring

Teacher Comments

Shannon King
Social Studies Chair
UIL Academic Coordinator

Brianna is possibly one of the most organized students that I have ever had
the pleasure to teach; she also exhibits dogged determination and
perseverance when particularly critical challenges arise.  Brianna’s ability
to persevere was evident last year when she opted to participate in a new
dual-enrolled US History course created by The University of Texas; Brianna
was determined to master this new course, and she did! Brianna maintained an
A in both the high school course and its university equivalent.

Not only was Brianna successful in her advanced classes last year, but she
has also consistently been on her “A game” this year as well. Brianna is so
successful in the advanced classes that other students will call upon her
for help and she will patiently guide her classmates through difficult math
and science problems. As part of the UIL Computer Science Academic Team,
Brianna and her teammates have consistently improved each week; so much so,
that the team earned their first medal of the year. I am fully confident
that Brianna will continue to successfully challenge herself and others as
she embarks on her post-high school educational career. I have no doubt that
Brianna Taylor will accomplish great things.

Hannah Landry
Math Teacher

Brianna is a spectacular math student and is involved in everything STEM
related: Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, AP Calculus, and College
Algebra.  It has been my absolute pleasure having Brianna in class these
last two years.  She is an extremely hard-working student and very
intelligent, an unstoppable combination.  I am confident that Brianna will
succeed at anything she does because of these qualities.  She has a bright
future ahead of her.

Jamie Quarles
Math Teacher

It has been an honor and privilege to have Brianna in class 2 of her 4 years
of high school.  I taught her Pre AP – Algebra 1 her freshman year and now
have her in College Algebra.  Brianna is a WONDERFUL student:  very
hard-working, intelligent, and very self-driven.  It has been so exciting to
see her excel through her time at BCHS.  She is very sweet and is ALWAYS
willing to help others out, which to me is a great quality!!  Brianna is
very deserving to be recognized as BCHS Chamber Student of the Month.  She
has a BRIGHT future ahead of her. 
Congratulations Brianna!!!

When asked about her future plans, Brianna said she plans to attend Lamar
University and pursue a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering.
Upon receiving her award she was surrounded and celebrated by her parents,
grandmother, President Candace Mulhollan, Bridge City Counselor Nikki Harris
and Principal Tim Wooley


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