The NCVPS Super Student Award is for students who have gone above and beyond the course requirements and as a result have enriched the content, class dynamic, their own learning, their classmates’ learning, and even their teacher’s learning.
“Taking an online course advanced my education because it gave me more responsibility having this on top of regular school work. It also required a little more dedication so I could understand it more easily.” –Kelsie L.
“Kelsie is in middle school and most of my other students in the class were in high school. Despite the amount of work she had to do, she managed to balance sports, school, and the course work. She always gave her best. She always stayed in touch with me to get help and never ever had a negative attitude. She was extremely hard working and didn’t submit anything that didn’t show her best effort in the course. I recommend Kelsie for the NCVPS Super Student Award with no hesitation!” —Zindy Wilfong, NCVPS Spanish Teacher
Advice to Online Students
My advice to other online students is to NOT put off things to the last minute. I found it to be easier to get most of the work done at the beginning of the week so I could start working ahead for the next week. It also provides you time to take a break from it for a day or two but be sure to read the announcements daily.
Instagram is one of my favorite websites because you can communicate with your friends and see what they have been up to.
My favorite technology gadget is my cell phone.
In the future, I plan to work hard in college in order for me to prepare for a job in the medical field.
My goal was to make above a 93 in each class.
Out of all four core classes, I’m best at math.
I’m not really a big reader, but my favorite book is probably Maximum Ride by James Patterson. I prefer written books over ebooks.
I don’t really have a favorite song, but I like pop.
One of my favorite movies is Soul Surfer.
The Personal Side
I have been on a carnival cruise to some Caribbean islands.