Queen nominee Anslie Bernard, daughter of David and Avery Bernard, will be escorted by her father.
Activities include cross country, went to regionals two years; one act play, back stage manager; FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America); and yearbook photo editor.
Bernard has been a varsity cheerleader three years and was named All-American Cheerleader each year.
She is also involved in Elevate Youth Group at StoneWater Church, Pee-Wee Cheer and Children's Medical Network.
Her most memorable experience was moving to Glen Rose, meeting new people and becoming involved in activities at the high school.
"I am proud to be a Tiger," she said.
She plans to become a pediatric nurse specializing in endocrinology.
King nominee Colton Bretton, son of Bill and Marla Bretton, will be escorted by his mother.
His activities include varsity football, second team all-district and academic all-district for two years; and basketball, first and second team all-district and academic all-district for two years. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and First Baptist Church.
Bretton said his favorite high school experience was when the Tigers beat Bridgeport in the bi-district championship game last season.
Bretton hopes to play football on the college level and major in business.
"I am keeping an open mind as to where that and God will lead me," he said.
Queen nominee Abby Cole, daughter of Jamie and Clark Cole, will be escorted by her father.
Involvement includes membership in POWER SET and National Honor Society, golf and tennis. She was the prom princess in 2012 and class favorite her freshman and junior years.
Cole is a member of StoneWater Church and Elevate Youth Group.
Her most memorable high school experience was when she went to Parkland Hospital with Mrs. Brooks and the POWER SET girls.
"We got to hold human organs," she said.
Cole hopes to attend Texas A&M University and major in nursing. She plans to work as a pediatric nurse practitioner.
King nominee Cody Burtscher, son of Robert and Shelly Burtscher, will be escorted by his mother.
The senior class president, Burtscher has a number of involvements and achievements including football, freshman of the year and offensive MVP; basketball, second team all-district shooting guard; baseball, first team all-district outfield; track; and academic UIL.
He is a member of the National Honor Society and StoneWater Church.
His most memorable high school experience was when the Tigers beat Bridgeport for the bi-district title and when he won third place in the mile relay at the regional meet.
Burtscher plans to play football and attend the University of Texas or Texas A&M and major in physical therapy or anatomy and work with injured athletes.
Queen nominee Jacqui Condy, daughter of Ymke and Pat Condy, will be escorted by her father.
She will celebrate her birthday during Friday's homecoming activities.
Activities include Future Leaders Organization and POWER SET (Powerful Opportunities for Women Eager and Ready for Science, Engineering and Technology).
Condy is on the student council serving as a senior class officer and vice president of the National Honor Society.
She said her most memorable high school experiences include going to regionals in golf and UIL and going to state in cross examination debate.
Future plans include majoring in biomedical engineering or biochemistry and working in neuroscience.
King nominee Marquis Holder, son of Jim and Vanessa Holder, will be escorted by his mom.
Activities include basketball, tennis, cross country, student council, HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) and Red Riot.
Holder said he could not say there was one experience that defined his high school career more than another.
"I don't have a specific experience," he said. "High School in general has been great. I'm not ready for it to end."
He plans to attend texas A&M Corpus Christi and major in biology. He hopes to work as a marine biologist.
Queen nominee Kiffany Kelly, daughter of Mike and Aly Kelly, will be escorted by her dad.
Activities include volleyball, basketball, POWER SET, Future Leaders Organization and SADD (Students Against Drunk Drivers). She is also a member of the Mac Book Team and National Honor Society.
Kelly participates in the Elevate Youth Group, Christmas in Action and It's a Small World.
Her favorite high school experience was the snow days during her sophomore year when she and Reilly Junge stayed at Shelby Rotan's house all week.
"Best week ever!" she said.
Kelly hopes to attend Texas A&M University and major in sports management.
King nominee Eduardo Robles, son of Manuel and Silvia Robles, will be escorted by his mother.
He is the drum major in the Tiger Pride Band and student council officer. Other involvements include HOSA, theater and tennis. He is also a member of the National Honor Society.
Robles said among his most memorable high school experiences were band trips, hanging out with friends, being the press box during marching contests and going crazy in the stands during football games.
He plans to attend Texas Tech University, major in nursing and become a flight nurse.
Queen nominee Shelby Rotan, daughter of Stephanie and Wayne Rotan, will be escorted by her dad.
Activities include cheerleading, current varsity captain; volleyball; basketball. four-year letterman; softball, four-year letterman; and UIL computer applications. She is a member of POWER SET and National Honor Society who has been named to academic all-district in every sport.
Other activities included Elevate Youth Group and volunteering in the community.
He favorite experiences were when Mr. Corcoran wore the tight elf suit and the Lady Tigers made history by advancing to the playoffs for the first time in softball after beating Alvarado.
She has been accepted into Texas A&M University where she plans to major in nutritional sciences. Rotan hopes to become a physician's assistant.
"My education and career choice have been strongly influenced by those I love dealing with diabetes, childhood cancer and Parkinson's," she said.
King nominee Jared Thames, son of Mark and Patricia Thames, will be escorted by his mother.
In addition to being the 2012 state champion in powerlifting, Thames was named 8-3A Lineman of the Year and academic all-district. He is also a member of the National Honor Society.
For two consecutive years, Thames went on mission trips and was involved with Elevate Youth Group in 2012.
Thames said his most memorable high school experience has been winning the bi-district football game 57-56 over Bridgeport.
He plans to attend United States Air Force Academy.
Junior Princess Callie Hill, daughter of James Craig Hill, will be escorted by her father.
Activities include volleyball, softball, track, and visual arts.
Sophomore Princess Madison Morrow, daughter of Paul and Shelly Morrow, will be escorted by her father.
Activities include volleyball, basketball, tennis, track, cheerleading, FFA, student council and FCCLA.
Freshman Princess Olivia Banz, daughter of Angie and Bruce Banz, will be escorted by her father.
Activities include volleyball, basketball, track and FLO.