Magnolia High School Student Surprised with KPRC Scholarship

Caroline’s surprise reaction aired on Wednesday, February 15 during the KPRC morning news. She was nominated her college and career office, administration and staff.

Mrs. Kutter stated, “Caroline is an outstanding student and we can't wait to see all she accomplishes in the future. Our Magnolia High School family is proud of her!”

Caroline stated, “It is a great opportunity and honor to receive this scholarship. I am looking forward to being able to use these funds to help me achieve my goal to become a doctor. There are a lot of great students in the Houston area and to be selected as one of the 20 to receive this is a great honor!”

Caroline is analytical and views topics from different perspectives. She has a strong work ethic and is a competitive athlete playing on the Varsity Bulldog Volleyball team. She is a member of the Magnolia ISD Student Leadership program, a member of the National Charity League where she was class president in 2017. Caroline earned her Gold Award through Girl Scouts for organizing a community blood drive. She has earned her Presidential Volunteer Service Award from the federal Points of Light program in 2014.

She has participated in many outside programs including the St. Luke’s Medical Mentorship and the University of Houston architecture intensive program. From these experiences, she knows that the power of people working together, focused on the same end goal, the group can achieve anything!

Caroline plans to study chemistry and pursue a career in medicine. She has currently narrowed her acceptance offers to 10 schools including University of Tennessee, Texas Tech, SMU, and Millsaps College.

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