Trabuco Hills High School

Trabuco Hills High School

Mustangs of the Month

The next Freshman of the Month is the spectacular Avalon Neal. Avalon is a stellar student in both English and Science Honors. She strives for improvement in her work and her motto is, “Stay determined and you will succeed!” Her favorite subject is Spanish 1 with Mrs. Goncalves, and Mrs. Goncalves enjoys having Avalon in her class. Not only is Avalon an amazing academic, she also spent the past season on the Varsity Tennis team. She was a doubles player with Abbie Maruna, and her team made it to CIF quarterfinals. The tennis season has come to a conclusion, but Avalon is not done with her athletic year. Avalon is very excited to have made the Girls Track team. She is most excited to improve her skills and bond with her team. Avalon is also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Cookies and Christ clubs. In her free time, she spends time with friends and serves as a student leader for kindergartners at her church. Avalon is an amazing student, athlete, and friend, and is very excited for the rest of her years as a mustang at Trabuco Hills High School

Student of the Month

In my AP Computer Science class, Tyler has become an invaluable asset. He is extremely conscientious and takes great pride in his work. In class, he is patient and generous as he takes the time to help his peers. He has also taken on the leadership role for the THHS Cyber Patriot Teams. He is helpful to all teams, not just his own. Tyler is an extraordinary role model and I know that with his skills and hard work he will achieve great success.

Tyler was nominated by Ms. Kerawalla.

Student of the Month


Skyla is an absolute pleasure to have in class. She is always engaged and participates with insightful discussion. What stands out to me especially is her kind, genuine nature – always offering to help out others. Students like Skyla are why I love this job so much

Mrs. Schwengel nominated Skyla.

Student of the Month

Amy is an incredibly motivated, diligent, and exemplary student. She combines hard work and academic potential to catch a tremendous amount of excellence!

Amy was nominated by Ms. Rezner.



Student of the Month

Kayla was chosen as the Film and Television Production student of the month because of her hard work. In addition to her work ethic, she is caring, respectful, and trustworthy.

Kayla was nominated by Mr. Taylor.

Student of the Month



Alaina is a wonderful student. Her work is always on time and of a very high caliber. She is always pleasant, reliable and friendly with everyone. As secretary of the French Club, she is organized and helpful. Alaina also went with us to Europe and took advantage of every activity. She is a joy to have in class and even on a trip abroad.

Mme Charles-Alerini nominated Alaina

Student of the Month



Ricky is always upbeat, pleasant, and has great questions. He is a hard worker, eager to learn, and very kind to everyone. He will make a fabulous doctor one day.

Ms. O’Gara nominated Ricky


Student of the Month



Mary is a grade 9 student in Pre-Med Sci Biology of the Living Earth. She works very hard to take advantage of opportunities to revise and demonstrate mastery. She is caring, works very well with her peers, and she comes in outside of class time to ask questions and get help as needed. She is a great example of a hard working student.

Ms. Tombleson nominated Mary.



I’d like to nominate Calynn McInerney as the Economics Student of the Month. Calynn has been an active leader among her classmates throughout the semester. She’s been dependable helping others and has been committed to academic excellence. Recently, she demonstrated her enterprising skills by having student-investors back her entrepreneurial product with a complete and detailed business plan.

Calynn was nominated by Mr. Mock

Student of the Month

Sage Taber is taking AP Studio Art and is in her 4th year of our art program. Sage has a very strong work ethic, amazing technical skill, and is fully committed to the creative process from concept to completion. She also has received some of the highest recognition in local and national art shows and contests. She is currently president of our THHS Art Club and is an excellent leader. It is a pleasure to foster the artistic growth of such an exceptional student like Sage.

Mr. Berry nominated Sage.