Ryan Neil, son of corporate office administrative assistant Sheryl Neil and her husband Todd, has spent his high school years involved in team sports and volunteering as a Link Leader to help transition freshman students into their new surroundings. He has also worked as a restaurant shift manager and as a snowboard instructor while still maintaining a high GPA. Ryan is co-founder of Dogma, a clothing company that offers t-shirts featuring his friend’s artwork.
Ryan is moving to Boulder, CO this August to work, attend Front Range Community College, and establish residency before transferring to University of Colorado Boulder, where he intends to pursue degrees in journalism and law.
Fila Clark, daughter of Woodridge property manager Talesha Sandiford, has spent her high school years involved in track, debate, newspaper & yearbook staffs, choir, science competitions, and tutoring elementary students. Fila also has also been captain of a Relay for Life team and is currently in the ProPEL program, spending six hours each week in Hennepin County Medical Center’s ER seeing what it’s like to be emergency physician – her potential career pursuit.
Fila has visited several campuses and will most likely choose to attend either the University of Minnesota or Michigan State University.
Congratulations to you both!