Student profile: O’Shea

CNJ staff

Ka’Lani O’Shea is a senior at Clovis High School. She is the daughter of Bill and Brenda O’Shea.

What do you envision your life being like in 10 years? I see myself graduating from medical school and being engaged.

Who is your hero and why? My mom. She is able to support our family and still maintain the household. She is the epitome of what hard work can bring to you.

Tell us about your greatest individual accomplishment: Being myself. I am still the person I was when I started high school, with the same hyperactive personality. I have the same best friends I had in junior high. I have not changed what makes me proud.

What is your greatest fear? Not reaching my goal of becoming a surgeon because I have wanted it since I was little.

What is your most prized possession? I don’t have just one prized possession. The ones that I cherish the most are all of my birthday cards from years past. When I read them they remind me of how much everyone cares about me.

Honors received: Clovis High School Student Rotarian, Who’s Who Among American High School Students, National Merit Scholar Award.

Offices held: CHS Wildcat marching band drum-line section leader, French Club president.

School activities: CHS Wildcat marching band, cheerleading, French Club, Interact, National Honor Society.

Church/Community activities: Volunteer tutor and Leadership Clovis.

Hobbies: Reading, hanging out with friends.

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