As President of iSanctuary, VP of the National Art Honor Society, member of the National Honor Society and Pre-Med Club, Treasurer of Student Government, and bass player in the Jazz and Pep Bands, it is not surprising Neille-Ann was courted by top universities in the country. Majoring in either Visual Art or Neuroscience (or both!) she will be attending Brown University next fall.
Concert to Benefit Human Trafficking Survivors Organized by Rancho Solano Senior
Neille-Ann Tan, a senior at Rancho Solano Preparatory School, recently spearheaded a benefit concert supporting iSanctuary, an organization that provides help and hope to survivors of human trafficking. Founding the local chapter in 2012 at RSPS, she states, “This concert allowed me to make the most of my abilities to help others around the world. Rancho has led me to cultivate a global mindset – aware and accepting of different cultures and the world around me, but also striving to be an advocate for social change.” A ten-year veteran of RSPS, Neille-Ann has left an indelible footprint on her teachers and peers.