Zachery King—Energized for STEM (Central)
Zachery King, who enjoys listening to music, playing basketball, and gaming, attended R. P. Harris Elementary and Clifton Middle schools before graduating from E-STEM. He plans to pursue a degree in psychology at Fisk University, from which he has already received Presidential and Merit scholarships.
King lists his favorite subject as mathematics. He is a member of the Science, Robotics, Mathematics, and Drama Clubs. He is also active on the soccer, basketball, flag football, and chess teams, as well as the National Honor Society and the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. King has been named Most Improved Soccer Player and Best Physics Student.
Michael Hunter—Energized for STEM (Central)
Michael Hunter will study psychology at Hampton University this fall, using the Presidential and Merit Scholarships he received. He attended the Kandy Stripe Academy before graduating from E-STEM, and he lists his favorite subject as mathematics. In his spare time, he enjoys writing, playing sports, and listening to music.
Hunter is a member of the National Honor Society and the soccer, basketball, chess, and flag-football teams. He has also been active in the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC), and the Math, Science, Drama, and Robotics Clubs. He has been recognized for his performance in JROTC and University Interscholastic League competitions in history.