Student of the Issue


Senior, Korbin Williams

Farrah Goodall, Editor in Chief

Korbin Williams, another senior at MCHS, is motivated to reach his goals after high school, and is driven by the inspiration of his mom.
“My mom has always work hard to make sure that I do better than she did. It is my time to prove to her that her hard work was not in vain,” he said.
Williams is involved in Science Club, Steering Committee, Student Council, and is the French Club president, here at MCHS.
He also volunteers with the Teen Court outside of school while also working a part-time job at Nature’s Cupboard.
He maintains a 4.0 GPA all in efforts of fulfilling his dreams of becoming a Neurologist in the future.
“My advice to other students is definitely to be involved. Everyone always told me freshman year to join something. Not only does being involved speak to my charcter for colleges, but also I have made so many friends because of my extracurriculars. The idea of friendship alone is enough to keep me involved, but I just have to remember to keep managing my time and to attend as many study groups as I can,” Willams said.
French Club is one of Williams’ favorite activites. He has excelled with French and even is the acting president for the club currently.
He said, “French Club teaches me about the culture which is really beneficial for my dream career. Eventually, I want to practice medicine while traveling the world and having French as a skill is a huge asset.”
Much like other successful students, MCHS has been beneficial to Williams.
“MCHS is more than a school. The connections built with people are valuable and the way the extracurriculars help me get involved in the community is the best learning experience since it is hands-on interaction,” he said.
“Also, the extensive diversity has allowed me to explore friend groups and find who I am . Learning with diversity creates an open-minded person which is probably the best kind of person to be while living in a constantly changing world.”
After graduation, Williams plans to attend either Swarthmore or Purdue University for his undergrad and then continue on to medical school.

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