I was born on March 11,1985 in Washington, D.C.,at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC the 7th of 12 children. My proud mother is Sheila Delois. She was born on August 17,1961 to Martha of Norfolk,Va. and Robert of Greensboro, N.C. My proud father is Herbert Thomas, Jr. He was born on June 3,1958 but died on July 23,1986. His parents are Herbert Thomas, Sr. of Washington, D.C., and Lucille of Washington, D.C.
I attended Joseph Rodman West in Ward 4 on 14th and Farragut Sts. NW for elementary school. I now attend Edward Augustus Paul Junior High School in Ward 4 on 8th and Oglethorpe Sts NW for junior high school. I plan to attend Benjamin Banneker Senior High school in Ward 1on Georgia Ave. and Euclid St NW. When I finish high school I plan to attend one of the three following colleges: University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Howard University in Washington, D.C., or Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. I want to study Computer Science, because when I finish school in all shapes or forms I want to pursue a career of being a Computer Specialist or Computer Analyst.
I have a lot of honors to my name on record that may make it easier to get into the colleges that I want to attend. I have received the President's Academic Fitness Award, Charlene Drew Jarvis Science Award, 5 yr Perfect Attendance Award, a 1st place City-wide Cheerleading championship trophy, and a 1st place City-Wide Soccer championship award and many others. And on top of all of the awards I was on the honor roll all of my life.
One of the good things that I experienced
in my life is attending the Heritage Exploration CyberCamp on the Howard
University campus at the Founders Library. I met alot of new people there
including a young lady named Rawia Al-Humaidan. She taught me along with
Kenny Jenkins to make my own web page. To find out more information click