Meet Our Students: Alenlly Valenzuela

Alenlly is a lively 16-year-old girl who attends Sickles High School. Her hobbies include playing piano, reading, and watching movies. She is the middle child of two sisters and two brothers. Alenlly is also bilingual. She can speak English and Spanish. Her dream college is Yale, and her plan is to move her way up by becoming a lawyer, then U.S senator, then president. To Alenlly, the power of giving means the warm smile someone gives you when you help them in what seems a small or insignificant way. The power of giving serves as fuel for her servant heart and hopes her actions inspire the good deeds of others.

Alenlly’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Alexandra Renderos. You can see the entire Class of 2025 here.


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