Hi!

I'm Joshua Villarino

Ballard High School Senior 2020

Ballard Athlete

Ballard Dance Team Member

Football Kicker and Punter

Student Pilot

Martial Artist

   1st Degree Black Belt Kenpo

Multi Instrumentalist

Singer/Producer Men's Ensemble

Kicking and Punting Youth Coach

Local Community Volunteer

Hi!

I'm Joshua Villarino

Ballard High School Senior

Ballard Athlete

Ballard Dance Team Member

Football Kicker and Punter

Student Pilot

Martial Artist

1st Degree Black Belt

Multi Instrumentalist

Kicking and Punting Youth Coach

Local Community Volunteer

WELCOME


About Me

     Who am I? I put my heart and soul into everything I do on the first try in any activities. My parents never held me back in any way whatsoever in any activities that I wanted to do. But, my first obstacle when I was 7 years old is a severe medical condition of eczema which slowed my physical activity whenever I started to sweat, then another obstacle came to light when my teacher noticed a speech impediment and sent me to a speech therapist at age 8. My parents never notice my lisp or stammer. The school staff noticed that I was also failing at every standardized academic assessment each year and it would best for me to receive special attention to help me along the way. This is where they placed me in an (IEP) Individual Education Program to work with a speech therapist each week and to help with my academics.


During my elementary and middle school years, I was devoted to learning new skills. My first inspiration was Michael Jackson. After his death, I was inspired by his dance moves and his on-stage entertainment. I started watching YouTube and tried to mimic his moves each day. My father started to videotape me in my attempt to master Michael Jackson's dancing moves. Then, I saw a Bruce Lee movie and I wanted to be just like him doing Martial Arts, so I took martial arts classes. I was happy watching dance moves from Michael Jackson and becoming Bruce Lee nothing mattered to me even with the struggles I have been facing most of my life. My father videotaped all my activities and I watch it so I can perfect my skill that I enjoyed doing. My father believes that I have a special ability and talent in whatever I set my mind too.


When I got to 8th grade my teachers were still concerned about my academics going into my freshman year in high school. More test was done and the psychologist, teachers, and staff signed off again and classified me with a learning disability in math, reading, and writing. My parents wanted me to go to a school with special education to help me with my learning disability and I wanted to go to a regular high school with my friends. I convinced my parents with the understanding if I did not do well that I would be transferred to the special education high school.


My disability was an underlining struggle through everything I do, but I learned how to overcome and use my strengths in my visual and aural learning style and adapted to the challenge. I wanted to try out for football because some of my friends encourage me to seek out my untapped skills with no experience in playing football. The motivation and drive came when I was required to have a 3.0 GPA to be on the football team. I tried out for the quarterback, wide receiver, free safety and finally settled into Kicking and Punting. I was committed to learning everything about kicking and punting skills. Then, another interest came into my radar it was the high school dance team. No male has ever joined the team, but for the love of dance, I tried out and made the team. Aside from the dance team, I'm a first- degree black belt in Kenpo for the past 12 years, and I play the drums, guitar, bass, and sing with my friends in a pop/rock band "DRAVUS."


I learned to lead and helped the dance team into the regional and state finals. I started to be more confident, creative, motivated and supportive. One of my goals was to start a passion project in the community I am compassionate in helping other young athletes who are inspired to become great kickers and punters. I started a free kicking and punting workshop at https://villarinokicking.com


After my passion project got started I was selected by the Seattle Seahawks as the final Athlete of the Week winner for the 2018 football season. I also received a STEM scholarship in the same year to become a student pilot and to mentor young pilots for the future. I have reached the pinnacle in martial arts as a black belt in Kenpo which is a term for a master in multiple martial arts and finally my love and joy of dance and music and achieved the ability to be a multi-instrumentalist and singer.


My dream is to get a good education and play at the collegiate level and beyond. My plans after high school are to work hard in receiving an athletic or academic scholarship and to major in business, marketing, music or entrepreneurship. I would like to organize and run my own business in the future as well.


My success in athletics, leadership, and community involvement on or off the field was "time management" and "being organized" I focused on hard work, and work ethics to achieve anything I set my mind to. I will continue with my passion project and I'm dedicated to giving back to my community. I have a fighting spirit on taking on challenges of succeeding in my academics taking on my first AP class in my junior year. By excelling in my athletics I will continue to compete every year with the #1 national kicking and punting competition camp in the country, and my dedication and love to my other extracurricular activities in dance and music will continue to expand.


I turned my obstacles into personal drive and passion and when I focus on those goals I rather you know me for my abilities, not my disabilities.


Basic information


Personal Details

Website: https://joshuavillarino.com

Location: USA, Seattle, Washington

Age: 17

Email: Joshua@JoshuaVillarino.com

Class of 2020

Senior Football Kicker/Punter

Height: 5'9"

Weight: 165 lbs

40 yd. Dash: 5.2

Shuttle: 4.72

Bench Max: 135

Clean Max: 165

Squat Max: 225

Vertical: 28


GPA: 3.50 | SAT: 850 | ACT: 17

Chris Sailer Kicker Profile


Ranked #7 as a Kicker and #5 as a Punter in Washington State as of October 2019 Class of 2020



YouTube: TheJmanPlayer






4 Star Rated Top Recruit For Division 1, 2, 3, NAIA and JUCO Colleges



MY PERSONAL passions


I'm Good At...

I played different positions in the past on the Ballard Football team as a QB, WR, Free Safety, and Kicker / Punter. My main focus for an athletic scholarship is to be a great Kicker and Punter. I'm going on my Senior year playing for the Ballard Beavers. Our program mantra "You Can Count On Me"

I started martial arts at the age of 4 1/2 years old and I have won over 13 trophies and medals during my regional and national competition. I'm currently a 1st degree black belt and I'm the student ambassador for the dojo and an assistant martial arts instructor at Zultimate teaching 5 to 12 year olds.

I started dancing when I was 5 years old and I was the first male ever in school history to be on the Ballard High School Dance Team. I recently received a dancing scholarship from Allegro Performing Arts during our Dance Camp in 2017.

I play the drums, guitar, bass, piano and I sing. I performed with my band "The Traits" at the Magnolia Summerfest in 2016. I also performed at our yearly school variety shows. My new band in HS is called "Dravus" and we will be performing in the upcoming Magnolia Summerfest 2019.

MY MOST RECENT skills in 2018


I received a Flight Academy Scholarship from the Red-Tailed Hawks Flying Club sponsored and funded by NASA through the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Program in 2018

Graduation Day 2018

MY experience


Work and Community Service

JANUARY 2017 - PRESENT

IT Web Support

BizWebIndustries, LLC / Seattle

I work as a support staff and provide level 1 website support and customer service. 

AUGUST 2016 - 2018

Community Volunteer

I volunteered during the 2016 Seafair Magnolia Summerfest. I have over 150 community hours.

JANUARY 2016 - AUGUST 2018

Chamber of Commerce Volunteer

Magnolia Chamber / Seattle

I volunteered my time at the Magnolia Chamber of Commerce during special events.

May 2018 - PRESENT

Volunteer Youth Mentor

I'm a volunteer student pilot and a youth mentor for young students that are interested in learning aviation and flying.

October 2018 - PRESENT

Kicking / Punting Youth Coach

A passion project for mentoring young aspiring kickers and punters from ages 10 to 16 years old which I volunteer my free time.

MY EDUCATION


My Studies

SEPT 2016 - JUNE 2020

Ballard High School

Ballard / Seattle, WA

General Studies - Senior Graduating 2020.

SEPT 2012 - JUNE 2016

Catharine Blaine K-8

Magnolia / Seattle, WA

General Studies

SEPT 2010 - JUN 2012

Lawton Elementary School

Magnolia / Seattle, WA

General Studies


College Interest

Any D1, D2, D3, NAIA and JUCO Colleges


College Major Interest

Business Administration, Communication, Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Aviation.

My Accomplishments


Athletic AWARD 2018


Norbcam Interview with Joshua Villarino Seahawks Athlete of the Week 11-30-18


Washington state US Marines Semper Fidelis All AMerican Athlete AWARD 2019


Joshua was nominated from 25,000 high school junior athletes across the country and only 96 students with their mentors were selected to attend an all expense paid to the Battle Won Academy in Washington D.C. in July for four days and out of those students they selected 12 student-athletes, six boys and six girls, to film their story of their life battles which Joshua was selected. Out of the 96 student-athletes one boy and one girl will be awarded the National Semper Fi All American Athlete Award for 2019 and a $20,000 scholarship and will have access to other scholarship opportunities. All the student-athletes will have an opportunity to network with an elite circle of speakers, celebrities, pro athletes, and CEO's from all walks of life and various industries.

Battle Won Academy Introduction

Battle Won Academy Day 1

Battle Won Academy Day 2

Battle Won Academy Day 3


STEM scholarship AWARD 2018



Captain Villarino


Local community AWARD 2017


Meet Me In Magnolia Magazine 

November Youth Achiever of the Month 2017

If you are interested in joining Zultimate please mention my name at the dojo and they will give you a Free Introductory Class.

Joshua Villarino 1st Degree Black Belt & Master Eszlinger 7th Degree Black Belt

Joshua Villarino 1st Degree Black Belt

Joshua Villarino 1st Degree Black Belt & Ballard Sensei Jennifer 4th Degree Black Belt


DANCE SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 2017-2018


Scholarship Recipients


Front row (L to R):  Chloe, Ali, Franny, Jayden, Ana
Middle row (L to R):  Emily, Abby, Celia, Angela 
Back row (L to R):  Maddie, Josh, Emma 
Captains:  Ali and Franny 
Officer in Training:  Abby

2018 BHS Dance Team State Championship Hip-Hop Performance


2018 Dance Team Banquet

2018 Top Six Male Rookie of the Year Nominees.

2018 Yearbook Featured Story

My Proudest Moment in History

My grandmother and I receiving my grandfathers Congressional Gold Medal the highest civilian award bestowed by the United States Congress signed by President Obama December 14, 2016.

My Grandfather Joseph M. Villarino Sr.

"E" Battery, 91st Coastal Artillery Unit (Philippine Scout), Prisoner of War, Bataan Death March Survivor Korean War, and Retired Philippine Scout / US Army Veteran.

MY PHOTOS


WSU Special Teams Coach Brock

Placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place 2015

Placed 1st and 2nd Place Weapons Division

UW Kicking Camp 2018 w/Head Coach Chris Petersen.

Placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place 2013

Placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place 2017

UW Kicking Camp 2019 w/Assistant Coach Gregory

Punting 2018

Field Goal 2018

Chris Sailer & Joshua Villarino Las Vegas XXXIV May 2019

ChrisSailerKicking.com

Dance Team Camp 2017

Ballard Dance Team 5th and 7th Place in the State Competition

Seattle Seahawks Punter Michael Dickson and Quarterback Russell Wilson

VIDEOS


My Accomplishments

UW Field Goals 3/3 40 YDS 2018

Ballard High School Football Statistics 2019

Ballard High School 

Regular Season Wins 8-0

Playoffs Wins 1-1

2019 All-Metro Sound Recognition

Regular Season Win 8-0

Honorable Mention:

Kicker - Josh Villarino - Senior

Total Kickoff Yardage: 2,885 yards

Total Kickoffs: 60

Total Average Kickoffs: 48 yards

Total Longest Average Kickoffs: 56 yards

Total Touchbacks: 6

Kickoff                  Game                            Win / Lost                  Date

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Juanita                 Win 42-7       Game 1 - 9/6

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Mariner               Win 28-19     Game 2 - 9/13

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Rainier Beach     Win 37-18     Game 3 - 9/21

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Lakeside             Win 33-14    Game 4 - 9/27

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Chief Sealth        Win 29-6     Game 5 - 10/4

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Roosevelt            Win 45-0    Game 6 - 10/11

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Ingraham            Win 29-13   Game 7 - 10/18

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Brainbridge      Win 49-20   Game 8 - 10/25




Playoff Game

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Ingraham         Win 54-3        Game 9 - 11/01

#84 J. Villarino - Ballard vs Marysville      Lost 28-25     Game 10 - 11/08

# Kickoffs         Yards             Long         Touchback

Total


Playoff Game


Ballard Beaver Day 2018

Ballard Homecoming Assembly 2017

BHS Winter Showcase 2017


Joshua Kata Form 1st Place 2017

Joshua Sparring 2nd Place 2017

Joshua Weapons 2nd Place 2015

Joshua Weapons 1st Place 2015


"DRAVUS"

Old Red Fire House Teen Center

10/26/19

"DRAVUS"

Seattle Club Sur

05/09/19

Ballard High School Men's Ensemble

Homecoming Game

10-04-19

"DRAVUS"

Holman Grove Street

Festival 06/27/19

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