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Senior Ruva Khoshnevissan Receives Student of the Month Award for March

Each month, we recognize a senior who is nominated by MCCS faculty and staff based on spiritual leadership, character, academic achievement or improvement, perseverance through trials, and other aspects of a student’s life and academic career.

Ruva was recognized as the Student of the Month for January! Check out her interview below. Congratulations, Ella!

What are your plans after graduation?

“I plan to enter a 5-year physician assistant program or major in biology at a 4-year college.”

What sports, clubs, or activities have you been involved in? Any awards or special recognitions?

“I participated in track and field during my 11th grade year, and I’ve been a part of National Honor Society since 10th grade.”

What classes have helped you in your career objective?

Some of the classes here at Mount Calvary that have helped me toward my career path at a physician assistant would be chemistry and anatomy and physiology.”

How have the teachers at MCCS made an impact on your life?

“During my teacher internship, Mrs. Carr has given me a lot of guidance, both spiritually and mentally – about my future career and life in general.”

What has God been teaching you lately?

“God has given me a lot of clarity this year about what I want to do with my future by putting people in my life who give me guidance – people who work in the field, teachers, or new people. I feel like it’s impacted my positively and give me a lot of peace about what I want to do.”

Do you have any advice for younger students?

“The best advice I could give to younger students would be to get involved, whether that’s in sports or clubs or activities, so that you can make new friends and grow spiritually and as a person.”

Any closing thoughts?

“I want to thank my teachers here at Mount Calvary and all the staff who have the last 12 years here a really good experience. Thank you for everything. I won’t forget you as I go on and pursue my future career.”