Student of the Month | Thomas Awarded January Rotary

04Kylan Thomas was awarded the Rotary Club Student of the Month for February. Thomas plays basketball and football and runs track and field. He also is his class Vice President. Thomas plans to attend the University of Incarnate Word on a full athletic scholarship.

The Bulldog Beacon took some time recently to catch up with Thomas to learn more about him.

Bulldog Beacon: What do you consider your greatest achievement?

Thomas: My greatest achievement is being blessed to be able to go to college with it being fully paid for. It lets me know that my hard work was not in vain.

Bulldog Beacon: Who are your heroes in real life and fiction?

Thomas: My parents and God are my heroes in life.

Bulldog Beacon: How do you make tough decisions?

Thomas: Through prayer.

Bulldog Beacon: What is your greatest fear?

Thomas: My greatest fear is having fear itself. I try to look at anything in life as being achievable.

Bulldog Beacon: Which living person do you most admire?

Thomas: My grandmother.

Bulldog Beacon: If you had the ability to change one thing in the world to make it a better place, what would it be and why?

Thomas: Equality between all races, because we are capable of so much once we come together as one.

Bulldog Beacon: What is the most unpleasant food you’ve ever tasted?

Thomas: Scallops.

Bulldog Beacon: What is one board game that your family takes seriously?

Thomas: Sequence.

Bulldog Beacon: What are your goals in life?

Thomas: To be successful in whatever I do, obtain my degree in kinesiology, open my own physical therapist practice for athletes and retire my mom and dad early.

Bulldog Beacon: What is one thing you would like to change/improve at your school?

Thomas: None that I can think of. The school system is improving every day.

 

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