Sweetheart Court Program
Fourteen high school students representing Samuel Clemens, John Paul II, Judson, East Central, and Randolph High Schools applied to be part of the 2020-2021 Schertz Sweetheart Court. Applicants completed a three-week online process in preparation for the three-part competition: Personal Interview, Talent, and TED Talk.
COVID-19 changed the structure of the program from years past but provided the applicants an opportunity to use technology on their own behalf. Talent and TED Talk topics were video recorded and submitted for judges review. Personal interviews were held using an online portal. A panel of three judges from the local area reviewed applications, videos and met the applicants via Zoom Meetings.
Court members will represent the City of Schertz at City events, area parades and celebrations, and participate in community service projects.
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High school-age students, either public, private or home-schooled, who reside in the City of Schertz are eligible to participate in the Schertz Sweetheart Court Program.
Court members represent the City in various events and parades such as: Live Oak Memorial Day Parade, Watermelon Thump Parade, Schertz 4th of July Jubilee, Holidazzle Parade, Cibolo Holiday Parade, Library princess readings, visits to area senior facilities, Wilenchik Walk for Life and the Fiesta Flambeau Parade in San Antonio. The service year begins in May of each year.
The 2020-21 Sweetheart Court was selected Tuesday, May 12, 2020.
2020-21 Schertz Sweetheart Court members:
- Miss Schertz, Zaire Franklin
- Miss Jubilee, Olivia Coats
- Miss Friendly City, Nina Guastafierro
- Miss Sunshine, TaMya Whiteside