An Interview with Kyle Rosser


Kyle Rosser, pictured center, shaking hands after the yearly Honor’s Banquet

Kyle Rosser is a senior at Clearview, and is the top of his class with a 4.35 GPA. He partakes in NHS, Scholastic Challenge, Youth for Youth, President’s Club, and Student Council. To add that plethora of clubs, he’s also the president of Student Council, NHS, the senior class, and Presidents’ Club. In my effort to interview the seniors, I decided to ask him a few questions and learn more about him before he graduates next week.

Q: How has your senior year been? Any highlights?

A: I would say that my senior year has been the best year of school that I’ve ever had. I would say that it’s hard to pick any highlights because every day of senior year has been the best. I have tried to make every day better than the last. If I had to pick out the best moment of senior year, I would have to say every moment that I got to spend with my friends and hopefully being able to leave a legacy behind.


Q: What do you think you will miss about high school?

A: I’d say the thing I will miss most about Clearview is the thing that makes Clearview so great: the small classes and the close-knit community.


Q: What has been you favorite class throughout the years, and why?

A: I think it’s very hard to pick out one favorite class that I had in my whole high school career. I don’t really have a favorite. I have liked all the classes I have had because the teachers have made it fun and interesting.


Q: Is there anything you do after school?

A: After school, if I am not working on homework I normally play video games. In my free time I also enjoy reading and hanging out with friends as much as I can.


Kyle at a Scholastic Challenge match, circa 2014

Q: Do you think anything has contributed to your high class ranking?

A: I would say if anything has contributed to my ranking it is most likely my natural ability to learn, which I feel I get from both of my parents who were both good in certain subjects, and I feel that I got the best from both of them. I would also say that it has also been my hardworking attitude and my desire to be the best that I can.


Q: What are your plans after high school?

A: I plan to attend John Carroll University to major in philosophy. Afterwards, I plan to receive a masters and hopefully a doctorate with focus on morality and ethics.


Q: Lastly, what advice do you have to give to any student reading this?

A: For anyone reading this, I would tell them to always make high school fun. There’s always something that you can do where you will have fun and meet new friends in. Also, when it comes to the end of your senior year, don’t have any regrets because you can’t change what happened in the past, but you can always make the future better.

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