Lily Saucedo Named OHS Student of the Month

The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the February Student of the Month for Orangefield High School is Lily Saucedo.  Lily was presented her certificate and gift bag by Ambassador, Stephanie Roberts, owner of David’s A/C & Heating, at the February coffee hosted by RE/MAX ONE.  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, 5Point Credit Union and Delta Life Fitness Orange County.

Lily is the daughter of Anna Corbett and John Saucedo.  She is ranked 3 of 119 with a GPA of 5.01.

Lily’s awards and honors include:

  • Microsoft Office Application Certification in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
  • Numerous Big O Awards
  • Varsity Volleyball Team Captain
  • YMBL All Tournament Award
  • Second Team All District
  • Second Team KOGT
  • Second Team SETX Orange Leader
  • Regional Qualifier in 4×4 Relay – April 2018
  • Regional Winner in 4×4 Relay – April 2019
  • Area Runner Up in 4×4 Relay – April 2019
  • State Qualifier in 4×4 Relay – April 2019
  • Spanish Club President
  • Class Officer all 4 years
    • Parliamentarian – 9th Grade
    • Class Representative – 10th Grade
    • Secretary – 11th Grade
    • Treasurer – 12th Grade

Lily’s clubs and organizations include: 

  • Varsity Volleyball
  • Varsity Track
  • National Honor Society
  • Spanish Club
  • Student Council
  • Hardin County Juniors 16u Volleyball Team
  • Southeast Texas Elite 18u Volleyball Team

Lily’s community service/work experience:

  • Orangefield Lady Bobcat Volleyball Camp
  • Helps children develop fundamental skills
  • Orangefield Lady Bobcat Basketball Camp
  • Runs the time clock and assists in coaching campers

Nikole Jenkins, Science Teacher, said, “It has been a sincere pleasure to get to know Lily over the past few years.  She strives toward her goals with tenacity.  Lily steps up to help her fellow peers when they’re struggling, while displaying respect and character.  Lily is incredibly polite and pleasant.  I look forward to seeing all that she will achieve.”

Tommy Gaspard, Science Teacher, said, “What can I say about Lily Saucedo? She is probably one of the sweetest girls that I have ever met in my 28 years of teaching. She is smart and kind. She has such a positive attitude which makes class a pleasure each day. She is willing to help in so many ways, and is a very productive individual who I know will be successful in whatever she does. It makes me smile knowing that I was a part of her learning experience.”

Jennifer Willis, Girl’s Athletic Coordinator, said, “Lily is an exceptional student, teammate and young lady. She approaches every aspect of life with the utmost integrity and humility. We are so proud of you Lily. Love, Coach Willis.”

Misty Bellard, Technology Teacher, said, “There are so many kind and positive things I could say about Lily Saucedo. I had the privilege of teaching her in my Business Information Management II class. She is a sweetheart of a student, always entering and exiting class with a smile. She has a dedicated work ethic to always do her best on each and every assignment. While in my class, she earned her Microsoft Office Word Expert certification. She is the type of student every teacher wishes to have in class.”

Lily plans on attending Texas A&M University where she will enter their five year program to attain a masters degree in business.

Pictured left to right:  Ambassador Stephanie Roberts, Lily Saucedo, Anna Corbett, Principal Zach Quinn.