"Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored" - Aldous Huxley
Throughout his time at Juan Diego Academy, Trenton Infante has been involved in every Spring Fest and Gala alongside his athletic participation in basketball and soccer. Additionally, he participated in this year’s Math Modeling Challenge, a fourteen consecutive hour national competition. He cherishes the skills he’s learned as a leader on the court, and looks forward to utilizing them throughout his life.
Always ready to assist, Trenton is the student selected to make runs for teachers or take down the stage for parents. He enjoys representing the best of Juan Diego Academy in everything he does. Trenton’s most important service has been through the Catholic Youth Renovation Project where he worked alongside other students to build, repair, and renovate homes for low income families.
His advice for the students of Juan Diego Academy is “don’t be afraid to take chances or opportunities that are offered to you because for some reason it’s popped up in your life, and good or bad you’ll learn from it for sure.”
Trenton would like to thank “Dr. Carroll for all that she’s done for me and for her great personality; she has taught me a lot, and I will miss her when I leave. I also want to thank Mr. O’Brien because I have learned a lot from him about how I should act and approach difficulties that happen in our lives.”
Trenton will be attending the University of The Incarnate Word where he will aim for a future in pharmacy.