Trine and Jamie Miranda of San Antonio are THSC’s 2013 Leaders of the Year. They have three home school graduates.
Matthew Miranda attended Texas A & M University – College Station, where he earned a B.S. in agricultural communication and journalism and an M.Ed. in agricultural education. He is currently employed as the 4-H agent for Texas AgriLife Extension in Guadalupe County and hopes to begin a Ph.D. program in the fall.
Mark Miranda graduated from St. Philip’s College with two associate’s degrees: one in biology and one in pre-med. He currently attends Texas State University, where he is a senior majoring in wildlife biology with Master Naturalist Certification. He and fellow home schooler Francesca Lewis, his childhood sweetheart, were married on December 21, 2012, after a six-year engagement. Fran recently graduated from Texas State University with a B.A. in fashion merchandising.
Mitch Miranda also graduated from St. Philip’s, with an associate of arts degree in liberal arts. He then attended Baylor University, earning a B.A. in studio art, with a minor in Great Texts of the Western Tradition, and a B.S. in cultural anthropology, with an emphasis in world religions. Mitch currently attends the University of London’s University College (UCL) Institute of Archaeology, majoring in Middle Eastern and Eastern Mediterranean archaeology. He is the first home schooler ever to attend UCL.
Congratulations to the Mirandas for staying the course of home schooling and shaping these fine young men!
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