Camelback Student Awarded Phoenix Regional Hispanic Heritage Youth Award

Posted by Community Relations Department on 11/20/2013

Jocelyn Davila was one of three Phoenix Union students that received Phoenix Regional Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards, November 13 at ASU. Fifteen Arizona and New Mexico students were awarded educational grants in five different categories: Business, Education, Engineering & Math, Healthcare Science, Technology & Innovation, in each of 10 regions throughout the country.      Davila was awarded a Silver award in the Education division.  Over 10,000 high school students apply for the Hispanic Heritage Youth Awards.   All recipients are eligible to be selected as their category National recipient, receive a laptop computer, and a trip to be recognized at the National Youth Awards ceremony.

Davila has maintained a 4.0 or higher GPA and challenges herself in rigorous classes.  She is currently involved and in many different leadership clubs and groups including MECHA,   Ambassadors Club, and the French Club at Camelback.  She also participates in the ACE (Achieving a College Education) program, Aguila leadership and college going program, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters.