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Senior Scholar Spotlight – #2

Senior Scholar Spotlight – #2

We are so proud of our Klein ISD Class of 2020. Students at each of our five high schools are accomplishing amazing things and chasing their dreams. 

As we draw closer to the end of the 2019-2020 school year, we wanted to take this opportunity to introduce our Klein Family to some of our high-achieving seniors that are not only graduating in the top 10 percent of their class, but are also leaving behind a strong legacy! 

Bearkat Senior Scholar Spotlight – Rianna Godula

Klein High School senior Rianna Godula is graduating in the top 10 percent of the Bearkat Class of 2020 with a long list of accomplishments attached to her name. 

Rianna participated in competitive gymnastics, National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, and Science National Honor Society. In addition to serving as President of Mu Alpha Theta and Theiss Elementary Math Club Volunteer Director, she also managed to volunteer with many local organizations and become a National Merit Commended Scholar!

“Though academics shaped a large part of my time in Klein, it was the support and advice of teachers and students that I’ll carry with me after graduation,” she said.

Rianna will attend the University of Texas at Austin next fall to major in Biology and she plans to go into the medical field in the future. 

We are cheering you on, Rianna!

Golden Eagle Senior Scholar Spotlight – Kenneth Le

Klein Forest High School senior Kenneth Le is graduating in the top 10 percent of his Golden Eagle Class of 2020 and he will always be a proud member of the Klein Family. 

Kenneth was an active member of orchestra, marching band, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, and Science National Honor Society. He also volunteered regularly with the Klein Forest Food Pantry. 

Next fall, Kenneth will attend the University of Texas at Austin to major in computer science. 

“I plan to keep on foot in the field of music, though, somehow and some way,” he said.

We are proud of you for chasing your passions, Kenneth!

Panther Senior Scholar Spotlight – Rodrigo Brandao

Klein Oak senior Rodrigo Brandao is graduating in the top 10 percent of the Klein Oak Class of 2020 with a long list of achievements and extracurricular activities.

Rodrigo served as the Zeta Omicron Treasurer and Podcast Club Assistant Editor in addition to playing Varsity Soccer, participating in Spanish Club, National Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta. Not to mention he was also a National Merit Finalist, National Hispanic Recognition Finalist, Hispanic Scholarship Fund Finalist, and a National AP Scholar. Wow!

“A school as big as Klein Oak may be intimidating at first glance, but a closer look reveals a diversity of activities, classes, and people,” he said. “It’s that dynamic culture that made school enjoyable and time flew by.”

Rodrigo will attend the University at Austin to study computer science next fall. 

Hold tight to your Panther pride, Rodrigo!

Tiger Senior Scholar Spotlight – Asmita Karmakar

Asmita Karmakar is a proud member of the Klein Collins High School Family and will graduate in the top 10 percent of the Tiger Class of 2020.

During her time at Klein Collins, Asmita served as the Vice President of DECA and Mu Alpha Theta. She was also a two-time DECA International Finalist and a Starz of Houston Figure Skating member. 

“My time in Klein ISD was truly a blessing,” she said. “I was surrounded by a supportive community that never failed to help me reach my goals and I gained an amazing work ethic that I will carry with me into the future.”

Asmita will attend the University of Texas at Austin next fall to study computer science. 

Your Klein Collins Family is rooting for you, Asmita! 

Hurricane Senior Scholar Spotlight – Raine Agulto

Raine Maxine Agulto is a history-making senior graduating in the top 10 percent of the high school’s inaugural graduating class. 

In addition to serving as the President and Founder of the Klein Cain Asian-American Club, she also co-founded Klein Cain Key Club and was a Gold Key Scholastic Art and Writing award winner. She also participated in HOSA, National Honor Society, and volunteered with many community organizations. 

“Klein ISD has not only allowed me to reach my academic potential, it has also provided me with the means to discover and pursue my educational goals,” she said. “I have learned to take chances and value every opportunity because the most daunting path is often the one that leads to the most rewarding destination.”

Next fall, Raine will attend the University of Texas at Austin to study biology. 

We are so proud of you, Raine Maxine!


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About Klein ISD
Klein ISD is a school district in Klein, Texas, located in northwestern Harris County. The district spans approximately 88 square miles and serves more than 53,000 students in 33 elementary schools, 10 intermediate campuses, one high school program of choice, and 5 high schools.

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