Diego Panzardi Serra, a Bright Stars student, recently graduated from the Emilio R. Delgado High School, in Corozal.

He received the Dr. Alfonso Fortier Award, for obtaining one of the highest scores on college admission tests in the public system in 2018-2019.

At such a young age, he has already accomplished so much more. He was recognized as a National Hispanic Scholar. Panzardi was also a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship Program, nominated for the Presidential Scholars Program. In addition, he received an invitation to Hesburgh International Scholars at the University of Notre Dame.

Thanks to his hard work, dedication, and the college counseling process at Kinesis, he has already been accepted at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Massachusets Institute of Technology (MIT), and the prestigious Harvard University, where he will be pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering.

Panzardi wants to pursue a career in engineering and physics. As a long-term goal, he hopes to earn a PhD and work in the aerospace engineering industry.

The Kinesis family is exceptionally proud of Diego’s achievements. His hard work and dedication are proof that your dreams are well within your grasp if you are willing to work for them.