Sophomores elected most representative

ASHLEY MORALES
Page Editor

The votes are in for the most representative students for the 2012-2013 year.

Sophomores Hannah Price of Tyler and Jackson Threadgill of Henderson have been named KC’s Most Representative students.

The recognition is annually given to one female and male student.

O. Rufus Lovett / SPECIAL TO THE FLARE || Most Representative students are sophomores Hannah Price and Jackson Threadgill. The two were recognized for their academic excellence, leadership and extracurricular involvement.
O. Rufus Lovett / SPECIAL TO THE FLARE || Most Representative students are sophomores Hannah Price and Jackson Threadgill. The two were recognized for their academic excellence, leadership and extracurricular involvement.

Students were chosen by KC faculty and staff based on their academic excellence, leadership abilities and extracurricular involvement.

All nominees must be full-time sophomores and have at least a 2.75 GPA.

When Threadgill saw his name on the list he never thought he would be picked.

“It’s something that I really didn’t expect,” Threadgill said. “It really is a true honor to be selected.”

Price called her parents right after she found out the news.

“It was humbling news,” Price said. “I feel blessed and honored to be voted Most Representative.”

Price is a Rangerette and vice president of leadership in Phi Theta Kappa.

“I went to Kilgore College in fourth grade on a field trip to visit the Oil Museum and the Rangerette Museum,” Price said. “I had made a long-term goal that day to become a world-famous Kilgore College Rangerette.”

She plans to attend the University of Texas at Tyler in the fall of 2013 and has already been admitted into the university’s health studies program. Her goal is to become a physician assistant in pediatrics.

Threadgill is  president of Phi Theta Kappa, a Ranger Ambassador and a resident assistant.

He will attend UT Tyler in the fall of 2013 and plans to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business.

“I will go on to help run my family’s business in Henderson,” Threadgill said.