"The objective of the organization is to strengthen the youth community and encourage
the youth to work in order to better the society through personal growth and achievements in diligence,
responsibility, and leadership." - NTYHS
Sponsored by the Sun Ray Chinese School, the Youth Organization and
the North Texas Youth Honors Society are at the forefront of student leadership. The objective of these organizations are to organize various community service projects, coordinate student activities
and competitions at Sun Ray Chinese School, and to serve as the student council among Sun Ray. Within this
organization, we also strive to increase awareness of the Chinese culture while increasing the awareness of
our own culture. Members participating in the YO Leadership Program gain increased responsibilities by collaborating
with community partners. In addition, we hope to allow development of skills and talents of the youth members
involved in this organization.
Members of the Youth Organization are given the opportunity to take their leadership
skills into action. Serving as project leaders and event committee chairs, their experience reflects their talents
to college admission boards. Having demonstrated their extracurricular leadership abilities, students from the Youth
Organization have been accepted to various schools including: Harvard, Yale, John Hopkins, Stanford, Emory, Southern
Methodist University, Indiana University, University of Texas, and Baylor University.
In addition, preparing our students with real world work experiences offers them an
an insight to the inner operations of businesses and goverenment institutinos. The ever growing competitive market neccessities
a broad background experience. The Sun Ray Youth Organization offers a head start for aspiring students with its summer internship
programs. These experiences help students stand out in the college admissions process as well as prospective internships once in college.
Members who have demonstrated stellar academic and leadership abilities have been placed at various offices including:
Former Congressional Majority Leader Dick Armey, Congressman Pete Sessions, Congresswomen Eddie Bernice Johnson,
District Judge Lisa Fox, Crafton Company, and Purple Signal Radio Station.
Chinese Youth Retreat for Chinese Leadership Excellence
Reasons to become involved ...
Youth Leadership Winter Ski Camp
North Texas English Speech Tournament
North Texas Youth Music Competition
Project leadership in coordinating community events
Youth Organization Officers 2003-2004
Letters of recommendations
Sun Ray Seniors Scholarship
Summer high school internships
|Vice President||Daniel Liu|
|CYRCLE Program Director||Steven Tsai|
|CYRCLE Head Counselor||Diana Liu|
|Spelling Bee Chair||Brian Young|
|Speech Tournament Chair||Cynthia Liu|
|Fundraising Chair||Jesse Kao|
|Activities Chair||Alvin Cheung|
|Banquet Chair||Daniel Liu|
|Vice Banquet Chair||Sara Shih|
Youth Organization (Arlington) Officers 2003-2004
|Vice President||Kevin Chiu|
SCHOOL STARTS AUG 25
at the Carrollton Campus. Click on the registrar section
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UPDATED Summer School pictures of students, classes, and field trips now available in the Photo Gallery.
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03/05/04 Young Asians Face ...
When his two children were in middle school, Philip Shinoda of Dallas gave them a blunt warning: "You're not competing against Bubba and Peggy Sue."
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12/31/03 Chinese Acrobats ...
If you've ever seen the Chinese acrobats at work, you've probably wondered how they can accomplish such amazing feats.
According to one fan, years of training make it all look easy.
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