Meet Our Alumni
Julia Wood '04
(The Kinkaid School ’08, Texas A&M University ’12) is currently working for Debner+Company, an office, education, and healthcare furniture dealership. She serves as the brand marketing manager creating relationships throughout the architect and design and commercial real estate worlds. She has returned to her Presbyterian School roots and is currently doing a mock-up of second grade and fourth grade classrooms at Presbyterian School in hopes of completely outfitting the School’s new Early Childhood and Lower School building.
Erica Hoffman '09
(St. Agnes ’13, University of Oklahoma’18) graduated with distinction in May 2018 with a B.S.
in architecture and a minor in Spanish. She began employment with the London-based international architecture firm, AHMM (Alford Hall Monaghan Morris). She began her career in their Oklahoma City office this June. She was thrilled to be named the recipient of the Tommy & Bill Shaw Scholarship for best in-hand rendering ability. Her best memories from college include her study abroad semester in Rome, Italy, as well as the incredible lifelong friends she made through her studies and her sorority, Pi Beta Phi.
Madeline Nash '07
(St. Agnes ’11, University of Texas ’16, University of North Texas Health Science Center ’18, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine ’21), after graduating from St. Agnes in 2011, attended UT Austin. She graduated with a B.S. in computational biology and then earned a master’s degree in medical sciences from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. She is presently a medical student at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth and will graduate in 2021.
Brooke Jenkins '11
(Houston Christian ’15) is currently in her senior year at Samford University. She is working to obtain a degree in marketing with a sports concentration, and has made the Dean’s List each semester. As well as serving on the Dean’s Student Advisory Board for the Brock School of Business, she has been leading as VP of Communications for the American Marketing Association, leading a Bible study, and serving at the church she attends. She recently had the opportunity with three other students to go to the Minor League Baseball headquarters and present research she had been working on to their top executives on how to market to Generation Z.
Jackson Henry '09
(Episcopal ’13, Baylor University ’17) graduated from Baylor University in December 2017 and is obtaining a master’s in electrical and computer engineering at Baylor. During his time at Baylor, he participated in research and recently was published in The Journal of Applied Physics. As an extracurricular activity, he enjoys racing for the Baylor Cycling Team in collegiate races and Welhous Bikes in domestic races.
Chase Brosig '18
(Strake Jesuit ’18) has remained involved in school activities, including serving as the secretary of the Strake Jesuit Asian Culture Club and serves as one of two team managers across all levels of the Strake Jesuit soccer program. He also spent every Sunday afternoon serving as a volunteer teacher for a local Chinese language school, which has allowed him to improve both his knowledge of Mandarin Chinese and his leadership capabilities. He would like to major in some form of business, with minor(s) in Mandarin Chinese and/or a business related discipline of study. He is currently enrolled at the University of Denver.
We have high school counselors available to help navigate the high school admissions process from beginning to end to ensure a good high school fit for each student.
Graduates of Presbyterian School have a carefully developed foundation of core values when they leave us and they emerge ready for so much more than just high school; they are ready for life!
Our students display growth mindsets, focusing on dedication and hard work, which create a lifelong love of learning. Their passion and resilience have opened many a door for our graduates in high school.
Our graduates are prepared and not afraid to go out into the world to engage themselves comfortably in communities and their many forms. Each year, students eagerly apply and are accepted to boarding schools around the nation.
The foundation of a PS education is priceless. Students have taken what they learned at Presbyterian and are pursuing their passions, expanding their learning, and uncovering new horizons.