Rising senior Emily Schmidt is coming from Berlin High School. She spent her last trimester on staff as editor-in-chief of The Red 'n' Green newspaper. Schmidt is hoping her senior year will be the best one yet, with the help of all she will learn here at KEMPA SJW. Schmidt is also spends much of her time on the court serving it up for volleyball or playing basketball.
KEMPA Kamper Rebecca Yi will be a junior at Brookfield Central High School in Brookfield, Wisconsin. She works as the editor-in-chief for the TYRO newspaper. While at KEMPA she hopes to improve her overall general knowledge on publishing and writing. While ten years seems far for Yi, her goals are to hopefully have studied abroad by then and have a job in global health.
Nicole Miller, future editor-in-chief of her school's literary magazine The Wayfarer will be a senior. Miller's reason for her attendance at KEMPA Kamp is because of the recommendation from her advisor. Miller will tell you that in ten years she hopes to be the CEO of a company... or the next bachelorette.
Coming from Antioch Community High School, Chloe Moritz describes herself as an "average" staff member for the lifestyle section of The Tom Tom. However, Moritz goes above and beyond her description as average by attending KEMPA. She hopes to develop new ways in approaching her interest for design. Moritz also has an interest in pursuing a degree in forensic anthropology for the future.
Soon to be senior, Emily Burke is from Richmond Burton Community High School. She will be the Co-Editor in Chief for her yearbook. A veteran to KEMPA, knew how much fun it was and decided to learn even more about the world of yearbook! Eventually, Burke would like to study journalism and work for a magazine corporation.
Coming from Lake Zurich High School in Lake Zurich, Illinios, Janie Huels will be a junior in the fall. She is currently a staff writer and hopes improve her writing skills while attending KEMPA. In the future she would like to have a degree from Mizzou and have a job as a sportscaster.
Lauren Caya will be a junior at Harborside Academy in the fall and have an editor position. Her reason for attending KEMPA was because of the recommendation from her advisor. She hopes to study photography and journalism in the future.