Steven L. Guillory, Jr.
Steven Guillory, Jr. graduated from Pearland High School on June 6, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. He is the son of Steven and Carolyn Guillory, Sr. and the grandson of Mr. Charlie Overton, Sr. and the late Mrs. Margaret Overton, both of Greensburg, Louisiana and the late Mrs. Irma Orphey and late Mr. Edmond Guillory, both of Lake Charles, Louisiana. Steven will be attending Prairie View A & M University, Texas to study Engineering. He has also accepted Prairie View's invitation to attend the 2014 Summer Bridge program. After his completion of the program, he will receive six credit hours.
Steven has always been active in extracurricular activities. He was a participant in Louisiana State University's (LSU) Agricultural Extension 4-H camp, LSU's 4-H University Clover college, LSU's Summer Football camp, and Southern University's Family and Youth Expo. In addition, Steven participated in Sunday school, Vacation Bible school, and Sunday School Conventions; he was also a speaker for the Christmas and Easter programs at Turner Chapel A.M.E. in Greensburg, Louisiana. When he was younger, he was an active participant in the Summer Reading Literacy program.
Moreover, he has participated in numerous sports since he was young. Steven was a student at the Sakarumba Karate school; he was also a member of the Pearland Parks and Recreation youth basketball team, Texas Storm Track club, Bay Area Football league (Pearland Texans), Pearland Junior High East basketball team, Pearland High School Track and Field, and the Pearland High School football team.
Steven has received the following awards or recognition: Bluebonnet Reading Winner (Alexander Middle School); Who's Who Registry of Academic Excellence and United States Achievement Academy National Award (Math); and District 22-5A, Division 1, 1st Team All District and 2nd Team All Region (Middle Linebacker Honors). Steven also graduated through the Distinguished Achievement Program (DAP) at school. In order to achieve this distinction, Steven had to fulfill measures in addition to those required just to graduate.
Steven is a member and ambassador of the National Society of High School Scholars. In fact, he attended the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) Engineering Program (University of Houston). He has volunteered with Special Spaces by assisting children with disabilities and with Cross Point by assisting with the remodeling of a church. Steven has worked very hard and diligently to define himself and achieve his aspirations in life. His parents are very proud and wish the best for him during his collegiate studies.