Athletic signing day celebrates more than 100 student-athletes


Dallas ISD celebrated National Signing Day on Feb. 7 as more than 100 student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent, marking their commitment to continue their athletic endeavors while pursuing higher education.

Student-athletes across 19 high schools, representing various sports including football, baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, swimming, and track and field, gathered across the district to formalize their collegiate aspirations.

Vince Reyes, assistant superintendent of the Dallas ISD Department of Athletics, delivered a message emphasizing the importance of perseverance and resilience in their collegiate journeys.

“My challenge to our student-athletes who have an opportunity to continue playing their sport at the collegiate level is this, finish. You will get homesick. You will have challenges being out on your own. Receiving your high school diploma is good, walking across that stage and receiving your college degree is great,” Reyes said.

Students were surrounded by family, coaches, teammates, and faculty members, all united in celebrating this significant milestone in their lives.

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