If there ever was an All American Girl, it would be Caroline!
How lucky am I that I got to create her senior portraits?
Caroline will graduate this spring from Cinco Ranch High School where she’s been involved in so many activities I can hardly keep track.
She plays clarinet in the band. She’s a member of the Good Sportsmanship Club, the Cinco Sweethearts, Senior Women, and she’s been a Cougar Challenge Officer for three years, reaching out to other schools about ways to help ensure that all students feel accepted and included.
I love to see how the most involved and well-rounded students are the ones who reach beyond their own communities!
Not too long ago, Caroline and her mother took small group of swimming instructors to Brazil because they had learned that the incidence of child drownings there was very high. These women worked to teach young moms in the villages how to swim and more importantly to teach them how to train their children how to respond if they fell into the water or got into a dangerous water situation.
She may never know how many young lives are saved because of this trip, but I’ll bet it makes a huge difference in the lives of several families.
After graduation, Caroline is Baylor Bound where she plans to study marketing.
While she could go to work in her family business, she is keeping her options open.
After all, there’s a big bold world out there with opportunities we have never thought of yet.
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation, Caroline. I can’t wait to see what you do with your brains and your sweet spirit.
Thank you for allowing me to create your senior portraits for you. I hope you and your family enjoy them for many many years!