Rodrigo Arcia is a senior at South High School who currently holds a 3.7 GPA. Arcia arrived in the U.S. from Venezuela in 2016. Arcia is on Honor Roll and has received the Seal of Biliteracy and has been taking all AP and concurrent enrollment classes at the Community College of Denver, including AP Computer Science.
Demons and Angels by Dan Brown
Olympus has fallen
Computer Information Systems Technician
His mother Maria and his father Alejandro
Play video games
FAVORITE SOCIAL MEDIA
WORDS TO LIVE BY
“Never let anyone tell you, you can’t”
Arcia has helped out in his neighborhood by picking up leaves, and cutting the grass. Arcia has also helped his soccer coach in a bakery.
WHY IS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IMPORTANT
“It’s important because I feel it’s the place where as a person you can identify with the others in your community.”
IF I COULD IMPROVE THE WORLD I WOULD…
“If I could improve the world I would start by improving myself. Many people want to change people’s way of thinking. If you change yourself first, people follow you creating a domino effect. I’ve always wanted to help animals, abandoned by their owners, abused by them.”
COLLEGE OF CHOICE
Arcia has applied to the Colorado Community College (CCD) of Denver and Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU) and has been accepted to CCD.