Amanda Tran is a senior at Ralston Valley High School who currently holds a 4.4 weighted GPA. Tran was awarded the National Hispanic Scholar and has received an academic letter maintaining a 4.0 for 7 consecutive semesters. Tran also volunteers her time tutoring her fellow students in math, Spanish, and science. Tran is also a cheerleader at RVHS. Tran will be attending Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University majoring in Biomedical Engineering in the fall and was also accepted to Colorado School of Mines, the University of Miami, the University of Colorado Boulder, and Colorado State University.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Silver Linings Playbook
MY FAVORITE SUBJECT
Cheerleading, writing and hiking
FAVORITE SOCIAL MEDIA
WORDS TO LIVE BY
“Have courage and be kind, and nothing else, be passionately curious.”
Tran volunteers at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science in the Expedition Health exhibit and at the Denver Boys and Girls Club. She has also tutored many students at her school in the subjects of math, physics, and Spanish.
WHY IS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IMPORTANT?
“Community Involvement is important because by helping people, I am able to give back to my community and imprint the world in some way, no matter how small or large the scale.”
IF I COULD IMPROVE THE WORLD I WOULD…
“I would teach the importance of kindness in order to better the world and create a more equal place for all.”