“Academic All-Star” Charity Cordova surprisingly enjoys chemistry
PULLMAN, WA —
KLEW cares about you, that’s why every week we feature a local student who is excelling in and outside the classroom. This week’s student comes to us from Pullman High School.
Meet Charity Cordova, a junior from Pullman High School. While she maintains a high GPA in the classroom, Charity is also heavily involved in school. She is a member of the Cross Country team, Key Club, and the Drama Club which she just finished her first production recently in the show Cinderella.
“I really love the environment, the people there are super, super nice, they're very open,” said Cordova. “People were really supportive.
In the classroom her favorite subject is chemistry, which she didn’t think she would enjoy as much before.
“It's challenged me quite a bit and so it's fun to grow and to learn and it's a really great experience,” said Cordova.
While Charity still has more than a year left in school, she’s already thinking ahead to her future. She would like to work in the medical field and this past summer she worked as a surgical assistant.
“That was extremely fun and I found it very interesting and I found that I enjoy it a lot more than I probably thought I would,” said Cordova.
Congratulations Christy Cordova, you’re this week’s “Academic All-Star.”