In the next decade, Trey Alhorn hopes to be a veterinarian in Miami, enjoying South Beach Florida as a getaway and living life to the fullest.
Trey is off to the University of Miami this fall, where he plans to major in sociology and minor in animal behavior.
Trey ran cross country and played soccer all four years at Serra. He also played tennis for one year and track for two years. He was a member of the Trivia Club as a team leader, Tri M honor Society, historian of Tri M junior year, National Honor Society and the California Scholarship Federation lifetime. Trey was involved in Campus Ministry and was a big brother junior year, an Encounter senior year and a Kairos member and planned leader for K28.
He said his experiences at Serra have shaped him into the man he is today in many ways.
“It gave me confidence, it taught me generosity and how to be a true man. Serra has opened my eyes to new people I would not have otherwise probably met,” Trey said.
“It has also allowed me to make friendships that will last way beyond high school and has given me a standard of learning and how to act as an individual -- I am thankful for Serra being a part of my life.”
He said he will never forget the exciting jungle games and favors that most of all Serra traditions.
“Over the last four years I've been to all the games with three years having been insane including the buzzer beater and the 20 point comeback,” he said.
He will also never forget one of his favorite teachers, Mr. Vogel.
“Throughout my four years, Mr Vogel always checked in on me and asked how my life was going … he always made the extra effort to reach out to me and that's just a tribute to how great a teacher and a person he truly is.”
Trey thanks his parents for all they have done to support him.
“Thank you for all the support and really pushing me to try new experiences and go out of my comfort zone,” he said. “Thank you for teaching me valuable life lessons and being there to guide me and challenge me.”
We are so excited for all that’s in store for you, Trey! Best of luck in Miami!