Remidy Destyn Dixon is currently a junior at Timber Creek High School in Keller, Texas. She is involved in many different organizations and clubs at her school. One being the theatre department, she is a proud officer of The Falcon Theatre Troupe and is the head of the community outreach committee. As an officer, she is in charge of various events, socials, and fundraisers involving the department.
In her committee, she puts together two community outreach events, one during Christmas called Seasons of Giving and another in the Spring. During Seasons of Giving, raised can goods for the local food pantry as well as creating and participating in the OSM Run that raised money for Mowat-Wilson Syndrome. She also participated in the department's shoe drive and reading to Elementary students.
This past year has also provided her another leadership opportunity in the musical, where she was chosen to be a dance captain in charge of teaching, cleaning, and helping to perfect the musical numbers. Remidy's passion is performing, she has been involved in 15 different performances at Timber Creek and has recently been awarded Best Supporting Actress for her role in the Spring Show.
Not only is Remidy involved in the arts she is also an athlete. Prior to Covid 19, she competed for her school's track and field team running the 100, 200, and 400 relays. Remidy loves staying active and has been doing sports since she was little. She has a competitive spirit and loves healthy competition.
During her time in high school, Remidy has been involved many clubs some including: Student Council, National Honor Society, and Movement Against Racism in Keller (M.A.R.K.). Student Council and NHS have provided her with many opportunities to work towards hosting school-wide events and community outreach opportunities.
Her involvement in M.A.R.K. has given her a lot of insight into finding ways to improve the environment for minorities in PWI’s; the club is even working towards changing the racially insensitive Mascot of Keller High School.
Remidy is also involved in the Xi Theta Omega Chapter sponsored program A.C.O.L.Y.T.E.S. In this program she is able to work with many different types of young ladies from all over the DFW metroplex. These young girls participate in many different services projects, workshops, and community service opportunities.
All her extracurriculars don’t divert her from her academics. Remidy has always been an A+ student and currently has a weighted GPA of 4.7. Remidy is proud to acknowledge that she stands at number 28 in her class of 793, the top 4%. She enjoys a challenge so she is eager to take the most difficult classes possible, her schedule is full of Advanced Placement, College, and higher-level classes. When Remidy is not at school, she is curled up with a good book or going out for a run.
Looking at the future, Remidy hopes to go to a university double majoring in Acting and Media, receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) and a degree in Media Communications. . Remidy’s dream is to experience the world outside of Texas and is looking at schools like Howard and NYU, up north.
She wants to be a part of the Debutante program because she believes that it will continue to morph her into the woman she would like to be. It will provide her with life experiences involving working with many different types of people and learning about her community. This program will ultimately teach and prepare her to go to the next step and become a debutante.