Created: 01/07/2014 6:40 PM WHEC.com
Kimberly Shust is capable of anything she puts her mind too. The Gates Chili senior has proven that in and out of the classroom.
She always does well. The Gates Chili senior takes five AP courses, maintains a 98 average and is in the top two percent of her class. Kimberly is musically inclined. She is the first clarinet in the school's marching band and orchestra. That talent helps her in the pool. Kimberly is an all-county swimmer.
In the spring, Kimberly pitches for the Spartans softball team. She's busy, yet still finds time to teach children how to swim and play clarinet.
From academics, to athletics to music to teaching, Kimberly sure does make an impact.
Kimberly wants to major in environmental engineering and her target school is Bucknell.