Lee Rodriguez - Encore Alumni debuts in "Never Have I Ever" on Netflix

The sky is the limit! When you are in high school, your opportunities are open to you for a world of unbelievable successes. It doesn't matter who you are or where you come from. What matters is where you want to go and how hard you want to work for it. Triple Threats require a lot of work, and knowledge tools to be able to make the next step. Lee Rodriguez is a triple threat with a loaded toolbox, ready to take on the world.

If you Google triple threat, there is a football reference. This is a football player that is skillful as a runner, passer, and kicker. In performance arts this artist is generally a singer, dancer, actor. Lee Rodriguez is a triple threat and is remembered at Encore as a singer, actor, and dancer. (She also studied piano with Dr. Choi.)

In high school, Lee Rodriguez was a triple threat. She was popular for her vocal abilities and her great attitude. She was a power ballad superhero that also did very well academically. As a member of the "Ambassadors" (Encore High School's Professional Artist Development Program), Lee was a main member of casts in several shows including playing "Sharpay" in "High School Musical" during her senior year.

Directors that worked with her in high school talk about how easy she was to work with and how she could always make people laugh. Her friends on campus would have told you about how genuine she was and how she was completely likeable.

Right after high school, Rodriguez did some big name modeling (she is tall) to no one's surprise because of her statue and professionalism. Lee Rodriguez has a lot going for her. She also has been seen in "Class of Lies" (2018) and "Grown-ish" (2018).

"Never Have I Ever" a new television series that debuted on Netflix on April 27, is a fun relatable comedic series as a teenager. The series chronicles the coming of age for three girls that are known as "nerds" at their school. Lee plays the role of "Fabiola" the robotics genius that is trying to navigate some rocky waters of high school.

Although Lee Rodriguez was an active performer in high school, being an academic is not a far stretch for her. She did very well academically in high school and was known for being very well spoken. Her teachers recall her as being very smart.

You can see her as "Sharpay" in High School Musical by checking out Encore High School's Vimeo Channel and using the password "encore." This was Lee's final stage show as an Encore pirate.

Don't miss "Never Have I Ever" on Netflix. Season 1 was released on April 27, 2020 and is bingeworthy.

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Petey the Pirate is the author of this blog for Encore High School. Encore High School is a free public performing arts regional high school in Southern California grades 7 - 12. Encore's Professional Artist Development program is currently taking applications for the fall 2020. www.encorehighschool.com. Copyright 2020.

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