Sophia Alina Druffner is the daughter of Shana and David Druffner and a member of All Saints Catholic Community in Dallas. She is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, the Pro Life Club, the Orchestra, and the Robotics and Academic Decathlon teams. Sophie was named TPSMEA All-State Orchestra all four years, and won first place in the Dallas Regional Science Fair. She also served as a Eucharistic Minister. Outside of JPIIHS, she is a member of the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra, teaches violin and founded the I Love Math tutoring club at All Saints. She spent eight weeks with the UT Southwestern Summer STARs program working in a cardiology lab and 10 weeks in the UT Dallas Nanoexplorers Program working in a nanotechnology lab. Sophie was named a National Merit Scholar and was awarded the Texas A&M Brown Scholars Foundation Scholarship, the UT Dallas Eugene McDermott Scholarship, among others. She will attend Vanderbilt University to study Mathematics and Musical Arts the recipient of the Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholarship, which covers full tuition and a study abroad program.


Jeremy Ross Frank, the son of Corinne and Allan Frank, is a member of Congregation Anshai Torah in Plano. He has been a member of the varsity baseball team for four years, a JPIIHS Ambassador, and a member of the National Honor Society, the National Spanish Honor Society, the Academic Honor Council and Mu Alpha Theta. He also competed in the TAPPS State Science Competition. Jeremy was named an AP Scholar with Distinction and won a silver medal from the National Spanish Exam. He was the Life Skills Chairman and Leadership Chairman in the Young Man’s Service League, and volunteered with Special Olympics, Beep Kickball, This Side Up! Family Center, and as a tutor at Jackson Elementary School. Jeremy was awarded the Presidential Scholarship from Purdue University, the Founders Scholarship and Achievement Award from Houston Baptist University, the Academic Honors Scholarship from UT Dallas, and the President’s Scholarship and Gables Scholarship from the University of Miami. He will attend the University of Texas and major in Biomedical Engineering as a member of the Honors Engineering program. 

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