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Nominate a Selfless Senior


Selfless Seniors


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West Mesa's 2013 Selfless Seniors

Cristina Campa

has faced her share of challenges and is motivated by her own experiences to reach out to others in need. “As someone who has faced many problems in the past, I know how important it is to be a good listener, problem solver and overall good friend.” Cristina is active at school in a variety of organizations including student government, MESA, Skills USA, Natural History Day and National Honor Society.

She also is an athlete on the soccer and tennis teams. And she volunteers for the community through organizations like Habitat for Humanity and the Los Volcanes Senior Center. Her heroes are her siblings: her older sister Ericka who taught her to handle life’s curveballs; her brother Juan who showed her that passion and dedication make a great person; and her little sister Alicia who showed her that it’s OK to be who you are despite what others think.


Carlos Vargas

has been described as one of the most active Mustangs in recent years. He not only is involved in many organizations, but also serves as an officer for such groups as student government, Skills USA and the National and French honor societies. He also spends a lot of time volunteering in the community. He has cleaned up a church cemetery and parks, planted trees, helped prepare food packages for the needy, walked for a cure for cancer, served meals to seniors and much more.

“I like to help people because everyone needs a hand from time to time, and if I can be the one to lend it, then I believe I should try my best to do it.” Carlos said one of the nicest compliments he’s received came from his 10th grade English teacher who said the reason he was so intelligent was because he recognizes that every teacher has something to offer.


West Mesa's Selfless Seniors – 2012




    “I like helping people. I have fun doing it, and it may seem that
    I do it just to benefit me, but that isn’t true. I help people because
    it benefits others and because I know it’s the right thing to do.”
    – Dominique Marshall



    “Do not neglect to do good and share what
    you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing
    to God.”  Hebrews 13:16
    – Christopher Kline