Student of the Week: Kendall Schultz
The Student of the Week strives to reach out to all kinds of students at Centennial High School. Kendall Schultz is a freshman on the Junior Varsity Cheer Squad. It’s easy to get sucked into getting to know the upperclassmen, so The Centinal chose Kendall to get to know what it’s like to be an underclassmen at Centennial. She is a great example for younger students because she does an excellent job at showing the importance of being involved and knows the key to enjoying the time she has in high school.
The Centinal: What has been the hardest thing about coming to Centennial?
Schultz: How big the school is! And all the different people; it’s just a different learning environment.
The Centinal: If you could give some advice to eighth graders who will be coming to Centennial next year, what would you say?
Schultz: Be organized. And find a couple of really good friends that will always support you. Just be open-minded to meeting new people and make decisions that will help you grow and learn.
The Centinal: What is your favorite thing to do in your spare time?
Schultz: Spend time with my friends and family, cheer, and volunteer at and being involved in church.
The Centinal: How do you balance your time between all of that?
Schultz: I set priorities.
The Centinal: What has been your favorite part of cheer so far?
Schultz: I met a lot of new people, and I get to spend time with my best friend. I love going to football games and soon to go to basketball games to cheer on my friends.
The Centinal: What’s your favorite class and why?
Schultz: Choir because I love Mrs. Wyatt, I love the people, and she just makes learning fun.
The Centinal: Who is your role model and why?
Schultz: Grey [Schultz] because he makes really good choices, and he’s really deep in his faith, and he’s just everything I want to be. He’s awesome.