Jessica is a senior at La Cañada High School, and is in the art program. She has received several awards for outstanding art achievement.
Jessica is passionate about all types of music, and enjoys playing the guitar . She is a talented artist and designer, and has begun to design and sell her own fashions. She enjoys going to concerts, drawing, spending time at the beach and hanging out with friends. More recently, her classmates voted her “Best Eyes.”
Jessica hopes to attend Loyola Marymount University or go to a local design college. She has aspirations to work in the music or fashion industry.
Jessica is presented by her father. Her escort is John Clinton Cooper. Her song selection is “Surfer Girl.”
Tiana Marie Connell
Tiana Marie Connell is the daughter of Tina and Robert Connell.
A senior at La Cañada High, Tiana is a member of the National Honor Society and the California Scholarship Federation. She is a four-year member of the Pep Squad and a second year Varsity Song captain, as well as the Pep Squad captain. She had been a member of Victory Cheer, a competitive cheer program, for four years. Tiana also enjoyed singing with the Concert Choir.
Tiana has volunteered at Huntington Hospital for the past two years. She was a delegate for Youth and Government, and participates in mission trips with Habitat for Humanity. Tiana is passionate about shopping, fashion and style.
As a third-generation member of the Saint Anthony Society, Tiana was honored to serve as a princess on its Royal Court and celebrate Italian culture through community service at Casa Italiana Cultural Center. She hopes to travel soon to her grandparents' homeland of Italy.
Tiana plans to attend a university, with the goal of pursuing a career in the medical field.
Tiana is being presented by her father. Her escort is Anthony Robert Connell. Her presentation song is “Save the Last Dance.”
Madeleine Claire Fisher
Madeleine Claire Fisher is the daughter of Melinda and David Fisher.
Madeleine holds the office of historian for the 2012 Les Fleurettes. At La Cañada High, where she is a senior, she is a member of the National Honor Society and the California Scholarship Federation.
She has played on her school's volleyball, basketball and softball teams. She has performed in several stage shows with drama programs sponsored by the Assistance League of Flintridge and her school's theater department.
Madeleine is working on her Girl Scout Gold Award. Her Gold Award project, Warming Hearts, involves supporting senior citizens in the community. Her passion is volunteering. From helping in the snack bar as a first-grader to working as a Huntington Hospital Candy Striper today, Madeleine has found that serving others is very rewarding.
In 2012 she traveled to Nassau, the Bahamas to build sidewalks and curbs for All Saints Camp. She also traveled to Mississippi with her youth group at La Cañada Presbyterian Church to work with Habitat for Humanity.
Madeleine plans to attend a university with the goal of pursuing a career in medicine.