Two Sulphur Bluff Seniors Accepted Into
Honors College at TAMU-C
From Sulphur Bluff Counselor, Judy Jones
Two students from the 2012 Sulphur Bluff High Schooll graduating class have been chosen as members of Texas A&M-Commerce’s Honors College. Those students are Jackson Dailey and Rebecca Naylor, pictured above. Jackson intends to dual-major in computer science and communication arts. He would ultimately like to do marketing for a computer corporation. Jackson has also been awarded a Beta scholarship and the Houston Livestock FCCLA Leadership scholarship. Beta and FCCLA are important to Jackson. He says that as he progresses in his career, he would like to give back to those organizations because they have been so influential to him.
Rebecca Naylor said she will be majoring in theater and minoring in psychology. She would like to eventually move to New York, do off-Broadway during the summer, and someday be on Broadway. She has already planned the subject of her thesis paper – “the psychological transcendence it takes to emote to a character and the impact that makes or the toll it takes on a person’s psyche.”
Mrs. Jones, counselor, says about the acceptance of two students from Sulphur Bluff into the Texas A&M Honors College, “It means so much to Sulphur Bluff for Becca and Jackson to have opened another door for our students. Now the younger students have another option, a new goal for which they can strive, a new higher standard, an achievable dream. The Honors College is a complete financial package, better living arrangements (their own pool, their own library, their own game room, covered parking), closer proximity to other students with similar academic standards. They have a community all their own. Everyone does not desire the rigor of this academic challenge, but for those who want that, it is certainly there with rewards. “
Congratulations, Jackson & Rebecca!!!