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Meet Kindersley’s Valedictorian, Kenzie Vold!

Each year at Kindersley Social we catch up with the valedictorian of this year’s graduating class. This year, we were lucky enough to chat with Kenzie Vold, who shared a little bit about herself and what she has in store after graduation!

–For those who may not know you, can you tell us a little bit about yourself.

My name is Kenzie Vold and I have grown up my whole life in Kindersley. I am most passionate about dance as I have been a competitive dancer for 15 years. I have completed several dance exams and competed with a variety of dance styles and have taught dance for many years. I have been involved in my school’s Student Leadership Council at school for the past 8 years. Within SLC, I am able to help out with many school events. I am currently working three jobs at Studio 306, MonAmie Boutique, and the golf course. 

–What has been your favorite part of high school?

My favorite part of high school was the friendships that I made through the years and all the memories that were made. Another highlight was that I was selected to go to Saint John, New Brunswick this past October for the Canadian Student Leadership Conference. This was an incredible opportunity that I was given and it was an amazing experience. 

–Biggest challenge?

The biggest challenge throughout high school was the covid pandemic. It was very difficult to begin my first year of high school on separate days than my friends as the students were alternating school days. It was difficult not being able to have those normal experiences and opportunities when beginning high school.

–What and where will you be studying next year?

I am attending the University of Saskatchewan for Biomedical Science.

-Why did you choose that subject and what are your future career goals and plans?

I chose Biomedical Science as my undergraduate degree to get into physical therapy. I want to be a physiotherapist because I had an injury that resulted in me being in physio for 18 months, and without it I wouldn’t have been able to dance again. I want to be able to help others in the way that I was helped.

–Advice for future grads?

My advice for future grads is to enjoy every moment throughout school because it goes by way faster than you expect it to. Don’t take the high school years for granted. 

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