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For the Mendiolas, being triplets made for a unique high school experience.
The trio stated they were fortunate to have had each other through this journey, and grateful to La Joya High School for giving them the opportunity to shine as individuals.
As a Student Leader of the High School Band, and an academic scholar, Alexander Mendiola’s determination ranked him 35th in his graduating class.
Bianca Mendiola showcased her leadership skills as Cheer Captain, HOSA Vice-President, and rising academic scholar. She will be graduating 22nd of her Senior Class.
With perseverance and dedication, Calynn Mendiola lead the La Joya HS Band as Drum Major. She excelled academically, graduating 16th in the Class of 2020.
After high school, the Mendiola triplets plan to attend The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, where they will each be majoring in biology. They would like to thank their teachers and the staff of La Joya ISD for guiding them through these past years.
Most importantly, the Mendiolas would like to acknowledge their family for their love and encouragement. They noted that they wouldn’t be where they are today without the loving support of their mother, who “has been an incredible role model and taught us to always do our best.”
As a final farewell to the campus where they received their secondary education, they stated that La Joya High School will always be a part of who they are, where they come from and what they will each become. Once a Coyote, always a Coyote.