Top of the Class: No. 6 Kameryn Hernandez-Gill

Brooklyn Henderson, Reporter

Graduating sixth out of 317 in the class of 2021, Kameryn Hernandez-Gill participated in multiple extracurricular activities in her time at BHS including Cheer, PALs, NHS, Student Council, youth engagement, and Key Club. Math and forensic science were some of her favorite classes while in high school. 

Prioritizing her future Hernandez-Gill started thinking of her future early and began applying for colleges soon into her senior year. After graduation, Hernandez-Gill plans to attend her dream college, Texas A&M University, supported by the multiple academic scholarships she has received. To be in the top 10 of a class takes great effort and hard work. Hernandez-Gill recommends to start looking for and applying to colleges as soon as possible.

The most impactful teacher in Hernandez-Gill’s life has been her PALs advisor, Ian Jaschek. He has led by example, teaching his students skills to solve real-world problems and the importance of mental health when it comes to success in life. Mr. Jaschek has Hernandez-Gill and her peers looking forward to attending class and living in the moment. “Thank you Mr. Jaschek, I wouldn’t have made it this far without your help,” said Hernandez-Gill.