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Meet the Class of 2018 Val & Sal

Brittney Byrd
Joselyn Yang was named the Class of '18 Valedictorian, and Kolton Kaminski was named the Class of '18 Salutatorian. 
Joselyn Yang was named the Class of 2018 Valedictorian. 

Joselyn attended Fort Bend Christian Academy for a decade. She served as: co-president of Mu Alpha Theta, vice president of National Spanish Honor Society, treasurer of National Honor Society and secretary of National English Honor Society. She is the co-founder & co-president of Future Health Professionals (HOSA), and she is a member of both Interact Club and Rho Kappa.

Miss Yang interned at the Kaohsiung Min-Sheng Hospital in Taiwan under the Director of Family Medicine the summer before her senior year. She has also traveled with Student Leadership University (SLU) to San Antonio, Washington D.C. and Europe. This summer, she plans to intern at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. She has served various philanthropic organizations including: the Houston Food Bank, Elijah Rising/Kendleton Farms, Project Linus, Sole Hope and more. She earned multiple awards including: FBCA Academic Excellence Award in Honors Biology, Honors World History, Spanish III, Honors Pre-Calculus, third place at TAPPS State Competition Ready Writing, FBCA Scholar Athlete Award in cross country and Most Improved Runner of the Year in varsity cross country.

After obtaining a degree in Medicine, Health and Society at Vanderbilt University, she plans to attend medical school and pursue a career as an emergency physician.

Kolton Kaminski was named the Class of '18 Salutatorian. 

Kolton is an FBCA “lifer,” which means he attended the school from pre-k/kindergarten. Kolton served as: president of Student Council, chaplain of NHS and the International Thespian Society, and as the Spanish Club officer. He was also a member of Interact, Rho Kappa and National English Honor Society.

Mr. Kaminski served philanthropic organizations in Florida, North Carolina, Washington D.C. and the Dominican Republic. Kolton’s awards included TAPPS State One Act Champion and first place in the Ready Writing Competition.

He plans to study Finance or Supply Chain Management at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. His long-term goal is to study law.
 
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