Senior Profile: Grace Schreiber

“There's a lot KHS has taught me: to be sociable with everyone, to love everyone no matter what,” Schreiber said.

Megan Van Buren

“There’s a lot KHS has taught me: to be sociable with everyone, to love everyone no matter what,” Schreiber said.

Amara Harper, features writer

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As the third hour bell rings, Grace Schreiber, senior, quickly walks to her car. She hopes her timing is right as she rushes to get to South Tech school. This has been her daily routine for two years now, and as her school career is winding down, so is her time at South Tech.

“In eighth grade, I went on a tour of [South Tech], and I saw the cosmetology school,” Grace said. “All I could think is ‘Wow, this is so cool.’ When I got in I honestly fell in love with it.”

Although Grace spends half her day at South Tech, that doesn’t mean her time at KHS isn’t valuable to her. According to Grace, these last two years have taught her some of her most valuable moments.

“I wish to leave an imprint on teachers,” Grace said. “For how much time and effort they put in every day. I wish I could [thank] all the teachers that have made a difference in my life.”

Grace’s teachers seem to appreciate her just as much. Especially Dr. Amy Barker, English teacher, who thinks of her as an inspiring student.

“She is so engaging in class,” Barker said. “She is always fully into whatever discussion we might be having, and she is courageous when it comes to things like asking questions. I definitely think she is going to be a great success.”

I honestly fell in love with it.”

— Grace Schreiber

Grace also makes a difference in her sibling’s lives, especially her younger sister Emma Schreiber, sophomore. According to Emma, she has looked up to Grace since she was little.

“I remember on my first day of high school I was so scared,” Emma said. “The entire time my sister was texting me and making sure I knew where I was going and was alright and I still look up to her for that.”

Although Schreiber enjoys making a difference in everyone’s lives, she is ready to move on to the next chapter in her life. As she transitions into college.

“There’s a lot KHS has taught me: to be sociable with everyone, to love everyone no matter what,” Schreiber said. “KHS has prepared me for [my future] in ways I can’t explain.”