The student news site of Kingwood Park High School


The student news site of Kingwood Park High School


The student news site of Kingwood Park High School


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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