Kristyn maintains a 4.0 grade point average and works part-time at a law firm. Her interests include photography, reading and Spanish. . One day soon, she plans to travel to Spain to study the language and learn about the culture.
Kristyn has attended the same volleyball camp in Santa Barbara every summer since age 12 and hopes to continue on there as a coach.
Kristyn plans to attend a four-year university in California.
Kristyn Heather Bockman is being presented by her father, Craig Bockman, and her escort is Garrison Lee Grimes. Her presentation song selection is “Do You Believe in Magic.”
Colleen Elizabeth Boyd is the daughter of William and Susan Boyd and the granddaughter of Elizabeth and Robert Boyd of Alhambra, Rosemary Scofield of Chicago, and Brownie Pitts of Okla. Colleen is a senior at La Cañada High School.
Colleen has sung in school choirs since the fifth grade. As a freshman and sophomore, she sang in Women’s Ensemble and in her junior year was accepted into the Chamber Singers, the most intensely auditioned ensemble on campus.
Colleen has played soccer since she was 4 years old. She is a four-year starter on the LCHS Varsity soccer team as well as a three-year team captain. As a freshman and sophomore, she was voted onto First Team All League. In junior year she was voted MVP Defensive Player of League as well as First Team All CIF. As a senior, Colleen not only plays on the LCHS team, but she also travels to San Juan Capistrano three times weekly to play for a club team which last season was ranked third in the nation. She has traveled to Australia, Costa Rica and Spain to play soccer as part of the “People to People” Student Ambassador program.
Colleen has been a member of Girl Scouts since kindergarten. She is now working to earn her Gold Award by donating soccer equipment and coaching a three-day soccer day camp at a shelter for abused children.