The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the October Student of the Month for Orangefield High School is Peyton Beebe. Peyton was presented her certificate and gift bag by Bridge City Chamber Ambassador/Board Member, Rani Dillow, Mortgage Loan Originator at Westin Mortgage Group, at the October coffee hosted by Trendz. She received gift certificates and gifts from: COS Printing, Wellspring Credit Union, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City, Sabine Federal Credit Union, Neches Federal Credit Union, Bridge City Walmart, Bridge City Bank, K&S Couture, 5Point Credit Union and Delta Life Fitness Orange County.
Peyton is ranked #15 of 120 and has GPA of 4.55. Peyton is the daughter of Patrick and Cindy Beebe. Peyton’s awards and honors include:
- National Honor Society 2018-present
- Rotary You Leadership Award January 2019
- Golf Team 2017– present
2017– 2nd Place Team in District Tournament
June 2017– June 2019– Junior PGA Summer League Participant
April 2019 1st place Individual and 2nd place team in District tournament
- Interact Club– President 2019-2020
2017– 2018– Secretary
- Art Club 2019-2020– Historian
- FCCLA 2019-2020– Vice President
Peyton’s community service/work experience:
- Summer 2016– Summer Mission Trip Chattanooga, TN
- Summer 2017– Summer Mission Trip New Orleans, LA
- Summer 2018– Summer Mission Trip Tulsa, OK
Mr. Gaspard, Physics Teacher, said, “I have known Peyton Beebe for ten years. Yes, she has been my niece for most of those years. She has some amazing gifts that she shares with the world. She treats everyone with kindness and respect. She always lends a hand to those students struggling. Peyton is very studious, and always making outstanding grades. She is very active in school and church. Peyton always places OHS community first, as well as helping others in need. Peyton has talent as an artist as well. She is known for artistry in our family as well among her friends. She is the best that Orangefield ISD produces.”
Mrs. Droddy, Advanced Graphics Teacher, “I remember the first time Peyton was in my class. I didn’t quite know what to make of her because it seemed like she was nervous around me. Which made me nervous because that isn’t the usual reaction I get from my students. Now that I know Peyton, she is one of the most awesome young ladies. She is funny, compassionate, has integrity and always gives her best effort. I always looked forward to seeing her work in Graphics and Advanced Graphics; she has got serious talent. Now, as a senior she is my aid which is great because I know I can count on her to do whatever I need with a smile. Peyton absolutely deserves this honor.”
Mrs. Oregel, Calculus Teacher, said, “Peyton Beebe has been a pleasure to teach. I had her last year for PreCal and I talked her into taking AP Calculus this year. I knew after having her last year that she would do great in Calculus. I am very proud of her. Peyton has a wonderful work ethic and is such a sweet student to have in class.”
After graduation, Peyton plans to attend either Lamar University or Texas State University and study psychology or dental hygiene.
Pictured left to right: Rani Dillow, Zach Quinn (Principal), Patrick Beebe (Father), Cindy Beebe (Mother), Peyton Beebe, Sue Ferguson (Grandmother), Texas Ferguson (Grandfather), Candi Patterson (Counselor), and Dr. Stephen Patterson (Superintendent).