High Acheivers

| Canyon Country Magazine | June 8, 2019

Scott Davis
A graduate of Canyon High School and College of the Canyons, Scott Davis is now a United States Air Force Airman stationed in Pensacola, Florida. He completed basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas earlier this year. He earned an additional four units toward an associate’s degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force by completing the intensive, eight-week program, which included basic warfare principles, military discipline and many other skills.


Jack Ferry

A 19-year-old studying creative writing on the East Coast, Jack Ferry has earned a place on the Dean’s List at Emerson College in Boston, Mass.

“I chose Emerson because I fell in love with the spirit of inclusiveness and creativity the school offers,” he said. “I knew it was right for me the second I stepped onto campus, especially since it’s located in Boston. Both of my parents were born and raised there, and all of our family is still located in Massachusetts.”


A native of Canyon Country, Jack attended Sulphur Springs Community School, Sierra Vista Junior High and Canyon High School. Local teachers who made a difference in his life include: Sue Hoefflin, Mary Frances Trevino, Janet Yessayan, Michelle Garvey, Ruth Bird, Cheryl Hanks, Ron Kasdorf and Vicki Goodwin.

“I am really grateful that I was raised in Canyon Country, and I absolutely love California … but I like living in a big city on the East Coast,” he said. “I love having both coasts at my availability, bouncing back and forth for breaks and school and family trips.”

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