Evan Cisneros is a senior at Northglenn High School who currently holds a 4.4 (cumulative) GPA. Cisneros is part of the track, swimming and cross country teams. Cisneros was an officer in the National Honor Society and is the recipient of the University of Colorado James H. Baker scholarship. Cisneros has been accepted to Creighton University and the University of Colorado at Boulder and has decided to attend the University of Colorado in the fall to study neuroscience and psychology.
The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde
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“My father who has taught me important values like honor and how to carry on with others.”
FAVORITE SOCIAL MEDIA
WORDS TO LIVE BY
“You know they say sarcasm is a metric for potential. If that’s true you’ll be a great man some day.” Tony Stark (Ironman)
Cisneros has volunteered his time with Santa’s little packers, an organization developed to work on toys for special needs children to make them safer. Cisneros has also volunteered his time through the National Honor Society with various projects at various locations.
WHY IS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IMPORTANT?
“I believe it to be huge benefit to give back to the community that has given to us and to help them get the same opportunities I’ve had.”
IF I COULD CHANGE THE WORLD I WOULD...
“I would, discover and improve new medications for neurological diseases and help understand them better.”