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Scholastic Student Spotlight: Lambert senior class president focused on energy crisis
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Cameron Reaves. - photo by Micah Green

About this series

Scholastic Student Spotlight is a bi-monthly series brought to you by Lennar Atlanta where the Forsyth County News spotlights local students and their scholastic achievements and future goals.

Name: Cameron Reaves

School: Lambert High School

Grade: Senior

GPA: 4.39, weighted

Classes: 5-week study abroad scholarship at Savannah College of Art and Design in Hong Kong; Underclassman Academic Award, Certificate of Honor, language arts; Underclassman Academic Award, Citizenship Award; National AP Scholar; 15 AP classes/exams by graduation

Next steps: Applying to Harvard College, Rice University, University of Pittsburg, Georgia Tech and a few other schools. “I plan to study computer science and energy engineering, selecting a minor in Chinese.”

In school: Senior Class President; Student Representative of the Local School Council Board; co-founder of the Philosophy Club; core member of the Lambert Project; co-captain of the Lambert Ultimate Frisbee Team; Technology Chair of Lambert Future Business Leaders of America Chapter (FBLA)

Out of school: USSF referee, R9, R8, R7 certifications; sales and marketing internship at Spirit LLC; Atlanta’s High School Computer Competition Team, placed first nationally for two consecutive years

Future goals: “I plan to focus on solving issues in sustainability and energy, improving the efficiency of existing systems and developing cheaper alternatives to solve our impending energy crisis. Whether as an employee or an entrepreneur, I will make an impact on both how society consumes and produces energy.”