The student news site of Kingwood Park High School

KP TIMES

The student news site of Kingwood Park High School

KP TIMES

The student news site of Kingwood Park High School

KP TIMES

Reese Shaw, 1st

Q: What is your GPA? 

A: 5.662

Q: What are your plans after high school? 

A: UT-Austin. Hook em’ horns.

Q: Why did you choose that school? 

A: I felt UT was the most fiscally, geographically and culturally best for me, while being at a high academic level.

Q: What do you plan to major in? 

A: Biochemistry. 

Q: What career do you wish to pursue in the future? 

A: Pediatric Plastic Surgery.

Q: Have you been in the Top 10 all four years of high school?

A: Yes.

Q: How did your rank look throughout high school and how did it change?

A: Freshman year I was 2nd, since then I have been 1st.

Q: What did your schedule look like this year?

A: OnRamps Physics, AP European History, AP Psychology, OnRamps/Dual Economics/Government, Student Council, OnRamps College Algebra, Varsity Soccer.

Q: What are your extracurricular activities? 

A: I play soccer, I am class president, Student Council treasurer, Rho Kappa president, Mu Alpha Theta vice president, and I am also in NHS, HOSA, English NHS, science NHS and more.

Q: What do you do outside of school? 

A: I am a Junior Rotarian in the Rotary Society of the Lake Houston Area, I also hang out with my friends and work at Yonutz. 

Q: What was your favorite class you took in high school and why? 

A: Any math class. Math has just always come easily to me.

Q: What was your hardest class in high school and why? 

A: OnRamps Physics, it’s just a lot to know!

Q: What teacher had the biggest impact on you and why? 

A: My STUCO sponsors, Mrs. (Natalie) Johnson and Mrs. (Pam) Workman. They have been with me all four years and helped me be where I am now.

Q: What would you say was your biggest accomplishment in high school?

A: Winning Student of Character, because it was a peer voted award, and really made me feel like I have made a difference in my class.

Q: What’s a moment in high school that stuck out to you?

A: The first Powder Puff game that I planned. I finally saw my class coming together, and I saw the future of our successes all the way to senior year.

Q: If you could give freshman you one piece of advice, what would it be? 

A: Don’t give up! It will all turn out alright.

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