LSCO Announces 2024-25 Student Ambassadors

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Lamar State College Orange is excited to announce their 2024-25 LSCO Student Ambassadors.

To become an Ambassador, students must exhibit excellent leadership skills and excel both inside and outside of the classroom.

Students must be recommended by a teacher, counselor, or principal and interview with the LSCO Ambassador Committee. Once selected, Ambassadors receive a scholarship covering a full year’s worth of tuition and fees, networking opportunities with LSCO faculty, staff, and administrators, as well as opportunities to develop their leadership skills even further on campus and in our community.

The 2024-2025 LSCO Student Ambassadors are:

  • Natalie Chavez- Bridge City High School
  • Valentin Chavez- Bridge City High School
  • Raygen Dunwoody- Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School
  • Abigayle Ernst- Bridge City High School
  • Dylan Loga- Orangefield High School
  • Zane Lopez- Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School
  • Kyle Michael- Orangefield High School
  • Lily Powell- Evadale High School
  • Judah Samuel- Community Christian High School
  • Roman Spears- Deweyville High School School

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