Meet our current students.
Whether they're in pre-kindergarten, high school, or somewhere in between, MOST Scholars take advantage of every opportunity. Their parents sacrifice to send them to schools they believe are the best fit, and because of that, they are thriving. We hope you enjoy getting to know some of our current students.
Alma is a second-grader at St. George's Independent School. Her favorite subjects are reading and math, and her father says she's always excited to come home and show her parents the books she checks out from the school library.
Daisy is an eighth-grader at Memphis Junior Academy. Her favorite classes are science and P.E. In high school, she plans to begin volunteering at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, where she wants to be a nurse someday. She has a particular love for St. Jude because her younger sister was a patient there.
Daisy definitely has a heart for community service. She volunteers at Shelby Farms Park and with Ronnie's Smile, a school group that was created in memory of one of her classmates. "Ronnie was always smiling, so we named ourselves 'Ronnie's Smile,'" she said. "We recently went to the women's shelter to donate some blankets we made. We also gathered food and essentials for the women and kids."
Tylan is a senior at St. Benedict at Auburndale, where he is involved in many extracurriculars. As a freshman, he was elected vice president of his class. Since then, he has been a cast or crew member of nine theater productions, a manager of three athletic teams, the marketing manager of the robotics team, and an enthusiastic show choir member.
To read more about Tylan, click here.
Ka'Nia is a second-grader at Christ the King Lutheran School, and she loves her teacher, Mrs. Novy. Outside of the classroom, Ka'Nia enjoys playing soccer and basketball. At this year's soccer banquet, she was honored with the sportsmanship award.
"The teachers and staff have taken a liking to my daughter," said Ka'Nia's mother, Karena. "They all love her and support her and believe in her just as much as I do. That means the world to me."