BISD Names Valedictorians & Salutatorians

BISD Names Valedictorians & Salutatorians
Posted on 05/27/2020
This is the image for the news article titled BISD Names Valedictorians & SalutatoriansBrazosport ISD is proud to announce the names of the four high school students who have earned the distinct honor of being named BISD’s Class of 2020 valedictorians and salutatorians. These top scholars earned the two highest rankings among their graduating classes after years of hard work and commitment to their academic careers. We congratulate them on their accomplishments and wish them continued success throughout their college and career journeys.

The BISD 2020 valedictorians and salutatorians are:

Brazosport High School

Valedictorian: Wei Wang
Valedictorian: Wei Wang
College: Texas A&M University
Son of Wu Lin Wang and Yu PlNG Lin
“I have had so many wonderful teachers  since I moved to Freeport. Mr. Day, Ms. Day, Coach Schulte, Ms. Puckett, and a lot of other teachers all made my life better. My life has been rough and school has been challenging. I had to ask a lot of questions and all those teachers that I had helped me and kept answering my questions until I fully understood. They also helped me in my life, even though they didn't have to and that filled in some colors into my life.”



Salutatorian: Eddie Flores Jr.
Salutatorian: Eddie Flores Jr.
Son of Eddie Flores and Lily Vu
College: University of Texas, Austin
“As a teacher, Mr. Mcleod made the biggest difference in my life. He introduced me to aerospace engineering and has had me hooked ever since. My career aspirations were inspired by what he has taught and the way he teaches it. He has also encouraged me to take a course that hadn’t been taken by a kid at Brazosport and I think it will help me tremendously for my future as an engineer.”






Brazoswood High School

Valedictorian: Brooke Tanner
Valedictorian: Brooke Tanner
Daughter of Emily and Heath Tanner
College: Texas A&M University
“The teacher that has made the most difference in my life was Deborah Sitka (AP Calculus); I entered her class really unsure of my math skills but she showed me how to settle my nerves. She prepared me most for college and I because of her I feel confident entering college.”


Salutatorian: Simone Elizabeth Marshall
Salutatorian: Simone Elizabeth Marshall
College: Texas A&M University
Daughter of Jana Marshall and Kenric Marshal
“It's really impossible to name just one teacher that influenced me the most. I've had so many fantastic teachers that have made a huge impact on my life, so I can't choose just one. I will say that my favorite class was band. Band gave me a network of people to connect with even before entering high school, an effective stress reliever, a way to share my music with others, an opportunity to lead my peers, and so much more.”

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