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Aubrey ISD Announces 2019 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

  Aubrey High School has named Brayden Mellick as valedictorian and Luke Sciba as salutatorian for the Class of 2019.

 The valedictorian is the senior with the highest cumulative grade point average. The salutatorian is the senior withBrayden Mellick (left) and Luke Sciba (right) the second-highest cumulative GPA.

 “We are very proud of these two young men and the entire class of 2019,” Aubrey ISD Superintendent Dr. David Belding said. “Aubrey High School has achieved many honors and distinctions this school year. This Class of 2019 has provided exceptional leadership to the student body, leading the way for many honors this past year. Brayden and Luke have distinguished themselves as strong academic students in an exemplary class. We know they will continue to achieve academically and be a positive influence in our world as they move forward in their future endeavors. Congratulations to Brayden and Luke and the entire Class of 2019.”

“We are very proud of Brayden and Luke for their academic accomplishments,” AHS principal Matt Gore said. “They have been role models for hard work and dedication to academic excellence. We can’t wait to hear about the difference they will make in the future.”

 Brayden Mellick is the son of Corey and Dawn Mellick. He has earned the distinction of valedictorian for the AHS Class of 2019 and plans to attend the College of Engineering in the Honors program at Texas A&M and major in computer science. His goal is to become a software engineer. His high-level classes this year included AP calculus, AP English literature, UT On Ramps physics and honors anatomy and physiology.

Valedictorian and Saluatorian Brayden played on the football, basketball, baseball and track and field teams during his time at AHS. He was also a member of the Senior Beta Club and Student Council. He competed in math and spelling with the UIL academic teams.

Luke Sciba is the son of Cole and Beth Sciba. He will attend the College of Engineering at Texas A&M and plans to major in aerospace engineering. His top-level classes this year included AP Calculus, AP English Literature, honors pathophysiology and honors anatomy and physiology.

Luke was a team captain on the football team this year. He was named overall team MVP and received first-team all-district honors. He was also named first-team academic all-state and received the Brandon Burlsworth Award for Outstanding Character and Sportsmanship. He also competed in powerlifting and track. Luke was a four-year varsity letterwinner in golf and was named academic all-state.

Luke was a member of Senior Beta, Student Council and was named Mr. AHS.

Graduation will take place on Tuesday, May 21 at 8 p.m. at the University of North Texas Coliseum, located at 600 Ave. D in Denton.

The AHS top 10 graduates are:

  1.    Brayden Mellick will attend Texas A&M.
  2.    Luke Sciba will attend Texas A&M.

The top 10 in alphabetical order

Janae Breon will attend Stephen F. Austin.

Karlee Collins will attend Texas Woman’s University.

Jacan Farmer will attend Texas Tech.

Taylor Freeman will attend Texas Tech.

Autumn Gallagher will attend Texas A&M Commerce.

Gabriel McDaniel will attend Texas A&M.

Miranda Nowak will attend Texas A&M.

Hannah Ramsey will attend Dallas Baptist.