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A Step Above: A Step Above – Kayla Anderson

Green Valley High School
Class of 2014

Setting goals is an important part of life for anyone out to achieve success. Green Valley High School student Kayla Anderson isn’t just setting goals; she’s helping her team rack them up on the scoreboard as a superstar on the soccer field. Strong willed, forward thinking and always striving to embrace her full potential, Kayla approaches both sports and school work with a competitive drive that keeps her mindful of the present and invested in her future. The world moves fast at every turn, but it’s her keen ability to keep up and never lose sight of her dreams that places Kayla Anderson – A Step Above.

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G.P.A.: 3.9

Sports/Awards/Community Service

  • Varsity Cross Country, 2010-12
  • Varsity Track, 2010-13
  • Varsity Soccer, 2010-13
  • Varsity Flag Football, 2012-13
  • Club Soccer, Premier Soccer Club 96, 2011-13
  • Varsity Soccer Captain, 2012-13
  • Coaches Award (Cross Country), 2011-12
  • Offensive Player of the Year (Soccer), 2012
  • State Champions (Soccer), 2010
  • State Runner Up (Soccer), 2011-12
  • Division Champions (Soccer), 2010-12
  • Regional Champions (Soccer), 2010-12
  • All State Qualifier (Cross Country), 2010-11
  • All State Qualifier (Track), 2010-12
  • Scholar Athlete, 2010-12
  • Volunteer at Central Christian Church, 2011-12

Goals & Aspirations: “My long term goals in life are to attend a Division I college on a scholarship playing soccer where I will finish my degree as a nurse. I would love to be able to play on the women’s soccer team and play for a medal representing my country.”

Kayla is Successful Because: “I feel I’ve always become successful from practicing. I have a great work ethic and I understand what it is to sacrifice for what you love. I don’t give up and always try and be the best that I can be. I never forget to thank God for everything he’s given me.”

Kayla Looks Up To: “Someone that I look up to is my mom. She’s always there for me. She is a strong woman and she showed her strength while my dad was in Iraq. She’s never left my side. She’s there for my ups and downs. I can relate to her and I love her dearly!”

Cause for Concern: “If I were to be president of any nonprofit organization, it would be one that helped less fortunate children in need of a home and food. I hate seeing little kids go without. I could never imagine how life would be like that.”

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