Stratford High School hosted their Fall Signing Day on Wednesday, Nov. 8, and 7 student-athletes signed their letters of intent to play collegiate sports as their classmates, friends, family and coaches cheered them on.
“We are really excited to see these seniors sign to play at the next level,” said Stratford High School Athletic Director Todd Rankin. “This is always one of my favorite days of the year, to see years of hard work culminate to this point. It’s awesome to see the joy on their faces as the athletes realize what they have accomplished. It is equally as special to see the parents, coaches, teammates, teachers and more come and join the celebration.”
The opportunity to participate in collegiate sports is a great achievement. Students must have good academic standing, leadership skills and exceptional sportsmanship.
SBISD builds on the strengths and gifts of Every Child and is dedicated to ensuring they achieve T-2-4 success. Signing Day strengthens that vision and highlights that graduates are reaching their T-2-4 goals.
On this Signing Day, students committed to schools across the country including Texas State University, Dartmouth College, Southeastern Louisiana University, among others.
During the Signing Day event, families and friends excitedly took photos with the student-athletes and congratulated them on their accomplishments.
Congratulations to these student-athletes!
- Caden Baker, Texas State University Baseball
- Niamh Collins, Rice University Cross Country & Track
- Emma Dunwoody, Colorado School of Mines Volleyball
- Chloe Popkin, Davidson College Volleyball
- Ben Potter, Dallas Baptist University Golf
- Luke Rives, Dartmouth College Football
- Braxton Wakefield, Southeastern Louisiana University Baseball