All the parents out there should pay attention to this. Don’t think for a minute that you are wasting your breath giving advice and good counsel to your children; that it’s going in one ear and out the other. It’s not. Adamaris Ventura Sanchez shows just how important a parent can be in the life of their son or daughter.
The Huntington High School Class of 2021 member recently graduated with a sterling academic record. Ms. Ventura Sanchez was named a Distinguished Senior after compiling a grade average in excess of 90 during the first seven semesters of high school. She plans to study criminology at City University of New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Ms. Ventura Sanchez cites her mother’s motivational talks as the key to her success. The teenager’s mother has “big hopes for a bright future” for her daughter and the new Huntington alum has every intention of working hard and continuing to make her mom proud.
A member of Huntington’s National Honor Society chapter, Ms. Ventura Sanchez has enjoyed a fulfilling high school experience. Events such as Relay For Life, the Key Club’s K-Factor talent show, homecoming weekend float night and the homecoming bonfire have all created lasting memories.
Ms. Ventura Sanchez was a high school Natural Helper, assisting classmates as they worked through difficult challenges. A member of Huntington’s National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society chapters, she garnered high honor roll honors along and has captured numerous academic achievements.
As she prepares to begin college and a new chapter in her life, Ms. Ventura Sanchez’s story is one that shows again the power parents can have in the lives of their children.