Kathryn Oatway proved to be a
hard-working, original and creative student at HMHS.
Her favor-ite subjects were History
and English, specifically writing. Kathryn maintained a
92.7 grade point average in a very demanding environment at
HMHS; taking a variety of Accelerated and Ad-vanced Placement
courses. Furthermore, Kathryn was inducted as a member of
the prestigious National Honor Society.
Beyond achievements in the
classroom, Kathryn was a dedicated HMHS athlete on the varsity
ten-nis and lacrosse teams. She enjoyed being an annual
HMHS volunteer for Martin Luther King, Jr. day of service and
Operation Smile a volleyball marathon to raise money for
children with cleft palates. In particular, Kathryn
donated her time to Possibility Players, which is a theater
group for people with disabilities. During the summer
months, Kathryn taught reading to elementary children at her
church, and worked regularly at a nearby farm.
Kathryn is a happy, energetic and
independent person. What really sets Kathryn apart from
her peers is her work ethic and commitment to a task. She was
the type of student who always gave 100% effort and more.
She is currently attending Syracuse University.