KMOX/Southeast Missouri State University Student of AchievementNominate a junior-level high school student who deserves recognition for his or her achievements.
Student of Achievement: Rachel Porter"I think education is the root where everybody can learn what they want to do in life," says 2015 winner Rachel Porter from Rosati-Kain High School.
Student of Achievement: Matthew Kelley"I am in NHS...you have to have good grades, good conduct," says 2015 winner Matthew Kelley from St. Mary's High School.
Student of Achievement: Madelyn Jenkins"I'm the vice president of our FCS Club," says 2015 winner Madelyn Jenkins from Triad High School.
Student of Achievement: Kaysi Lee"My favorite subjects are math and science," says 2015 winner Kaysi Lee from Hazelwood East High School.
Student of Achievement: Kaitlyn Reynolds"Education prepares you for your future and for the real world," says 2015 winner Kaitlyn Reynolds from Nerinx Hall.
Student of Achievement: Julianna Kesselring"My grandmother was a teacher and she started me out reading and always working on school work," says 2015 winner Julianna Kesselring from Rockwood Summit High School.
Student of Achievement: Connor Donnelly"My school is an all boys Catholic school...it allows me to focus on school work," says 2015 winner Connor Donnelly from St. Louis Priory School.
Student of Achievement: Hayley Miller"My mom always says that it's important to be able to stand on your own dinner plate when you're older," says 2015 winner Hayley Miller from Northwest High School.
Student of Achievement: Celia Constantino"Education is important to me because it gives me the opportunity to pursue what I've dreamed for," says 2015 winner Celia Constantino from Cor Jesu Academy.
Student of Achievement: Cameron Nottingham"Education is important to me because it allows you to further yourself in many respects," says 2015 winner Cameron Nottingham from Chaminade College Prep High School.
Student of Achievement: Caitlyn Fields"We have great teachers and administrators and, my friends, of course ," says 2015 winner Caitlyn Fields from Mount Olive High School.

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