Jasmine Huerta was born in Torrance, California and at the age of five moved to South San Francisco. The 18 year-old of Mexican decent is currently a senior at Mercy High School where she is on track to graduate with highest honors. Jasmine enjoys being active in her community, and some of her passions include singing and acting. Some of her most notable achievements include a lead role in Archbishop Riordan’s production of You Can’t Take it With You and being a team captain on the basketball and volleyball team at Mercy. Jasmine was part of her school’s student council and currently a member of the Girls Athletics Association, where she frequently sings the National Anthem for Mercy home games. Jasmine has recently shifted her attention to coaching volleyball and basketball at her middle school alma mater. While she enjoys this experience, she hopes to instill values that will make young students strong individuals by teaching the values which come from playing sports. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, which includes younger brother, Estevan, and her parents, Jaime and Marisela. As a family, they religiously watch professional sports games together and cheer each other on at games, whether either of us is coaching or playing the sport. This ongoing love for sports and her curiosity has enticed her to one day become a sports reporter. Jasmine hopes to create a scholarship fund in honor of Latinas seeking to further their education in efforts to give hope to become successful and proud Latinas. She is optimistic that her reign as Miss Teen California Latina will be full of life-changing experiences that will benefit the entire Latino community.
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