Arleigh Doehring

Kendall Searcy taught biology and aquatic science while also helping coach softball and volleyball in her first year of teaching.

Kendall Searcy, biology/aquatic science

Coach Kendall Searcy doesn’t just help the students in her classroom, but she also helps coach the softball and volleyball team. Even in the early mornings during practice, Searcy would always be happy and energetic. She always shows up in the morning with a Chick-fil-A coffee in her hand.

This is Coach Searcy’s first year teaching here, she just came out of Hamilton College while playing softball and volleyball. Coach Searcy grew up here in Kingwood, going to Creekwood Middle School then also going to Kingwood Park. 

One day when we were hitting off a pitching machine in the cages, a ball flew out from under the net and hit coach Searcy in the knee. Even after that, she still had a smile. She then made sure everyone else didn’t get hurt too.

Coach Searcy also keeps promises of doing punishments if she is late to the fields. One day she was five minutes late, and she did burpees once she arrived. 

Coach Searcy, who is teaching biology and aquatic science, is wanting to pursue her dreams in the medical field. 

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