SCHSL Student of the Month

Rebecca Liu

Wilson High School

Rebecca is a senior with a grade point average above 5.0.  She has been a member of Wilson High School Tennis team for six years earning All-Region from 2015 – 2019, All-State and North-South All-Star Player for the 2019 season.

Rebecca is very passionate about community service, academics, and athletics. She has provided demonstrations for SC Junior Tennis Foundation and is an Ambassador for The Florence Tennis Center at the annual Volvo Car Open, additionally, Rebecca has been a member of Florence County 4-H Teen Council which she organized and implemented.

Rebecca is an honor student currently in the (IB) International Baccalaureate Program, a member of the BETA Club, National Merit Scholar Semi- finalist, House of Representatives Member at Palmetto Girls State and a Carnegie Hall Honors Performance Orchestra Violinist.


Christiana Scott

South Point High School

Christina is a senior with a grade point average above 4.0 ranking in the top 15% of her class. She is a four-year member of the softball team.

Christiana has been All-Region multiple times and HHS All-State Honorable Mention.  She volunteers at Children Attention Home, assisting the children with reading and there assignment along with helping in the administration office filing records.


Vance Strobel 

Blythewood High School

Vance is a senior at Blythewood High School with a 3.5 grade point average. He is a member of the soccer team and has served as captain for the two years.

Vance has shown great leadership among the younger players on the soccer team, guiding them with decision making.  He is a leader and example on and off the field.  He is a member of the Captain’s Class, which involves the participants looking at how their leadership can improve the attitudes, behaviors, character, and motivation of student-athletes at Blythewood HS.  Vance volunteered to help with field day at Lake Carolina Elementary School and volunteers to sort food at Harvest Hope Food Bank.


Rachel Larson

Aiken High School

Rachel is a senior at Aiken High School with a 4.0 grade point average.  She is a member of the golf team and the soccer team.

She is a member of the Yearbook staff, Beta Club, and Young life.  She assists with the school athletic social media sites and the website.  Rachel’s leadership on and off the field at Aiken High School will be extremely hard to replace.  She will college soccer and pursue a degree in Business Administration.


Shataveya Anderson

Lee Central High School

Shataveya is a senior with a grade point average above 4.0 and will graduate in the top 5% of her class. She has been a member of the Stallions Cheer Squad for the past four years.

Shataveya is one of those athletes willing to meet the other cheerleaders from the opposing teams and create a bond and relationship with them that will last throughout her life.  She is very outgoing, competitive but thrives on good sportsmanship.   In school and in the community, she exemplifies her leadership skills through her constant service.  Prior to the pandemic she led the cheer community service project as well as volunteering at the local library to read.

She is an honor student involved in dual enrollment courses, perusing her associate degree from Central Carolina Technical College.

Lexi Winters

White Knoll High School

Lexi is a sophomore with a 4.87 grade point average. She is a three-year starter as catcher for White Knoll softball team and helped to lead her team to the first State Championship in softball.   Lexi’s softball season got off to one of the best starts in White Knoll School’s history, before COVID-19 brought the season to an end.  In only one week of play, at the plate Lexi was 7 of 8 with 4 home runs, 3 doubles, 9 RBI’s and was named MaxPreps/NFCA player of the week; and the team was off to a 5-1 start.

Lexi is a leader in her school and very active in the community.  She volunteers with PAL League, which is a baseball/softball league that serves students with disabilities or special needs to be able to play the game.  She also volunteers at the “courage center” serving breakfast on special occasions   Lexi dreams of being a starter for the University Of South Carolina softball team and continuing to serve her community.



Mitchell Steven

Gray Collegiate Academy

Mitchell is a senior with a 4.98 grade point average.  He serves as captain of both the cross country and soccer teams and has also been a four-year letterman on each team.  His other honors include All-Region Soccer 2019; United Soccer Coaches Academic All-American Nominee and All-Region Cross Country 2017 & 2018.

Mitchell is a mature, quiet leader who truly leads by example. He has a tremendous work ethic that has served him well in the classroom and the community. Mitchell serves as GCA Secretary and is a member of FCA and Student Boosters club.  He is also a very active member in his church (Mt. Herman Lutheran).  Mitchell serves with the Mt. Herman Lutheran’s youth group with most of their services to include the beautification cleanup group at church.

Jenna & Jordan Berger

North Myrtle Beach
High School

Jenna & Jordan are ranked number 1 and 2 in the senior class with grade point averages above 5.0.  They are 3 sports athletes competing in volleyball, basketball and soccer. They were named All-Region in volleyball and basketball. Jordan was named All-State in volleyball and basketball.  Jenna tore her ACL which required surgery causing her to miss her junior year. Jenna & Jordan are very supportive and lean on each other for strength, motivation, support and encouragement.  These characteristics along with Jenna and Jordan’s leadership and positive attitudes were key factors in helping the volleyball team win its second consecutive State Championship and basketball advanced to the third round of the playoffs.

Jenna and Jordan are members of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, NMB “AP” program, Captains Club, Varsity Club and FCA.  They are very active in school and the community. They do fundraisers for Special Olympics, organize food drives and are active in church.

North Myrtle Beach AD shared “Jenna and Jordan epitomize what student athletes should be and what great student leaders should be, more importantly they are truly amazing young ladies of great faith, always looking to help others.


Tevin Hickmon

Lee Central
High School

Tevin is a senior with a 4.25 GPA.  Tevin is described as one of the most selfless athletes to ever come through Lee Central.  Tevin is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Lee Central Early College, and the football program.

Tevin is considered a community man.  He is employed at the local grocery store.  He’s involved in many community projects from Thanksgiving baskets, to toy drives, to tutoring his peers, manager for the basketball team, to helping other students get jobs.

Tevin is working hard to get his associate degree while in high school.  However he’s a young man that will always take the time to help others.

Hannah Green

Keenan High School

Hannah is a junior with a 4.76 GPA.  She is captain of Student-Athletic Council and the cheerleading team at Keenan.

Hannah’s services to her school and community include coordinating a canteen at lunch to raise money for the teams adopted families and a toy drive to benefit over 20 families at Carver Lyon Elementary School.  Hannah has coordinated a theme night for all Keenan basketball games to increase student attendance, to include an outstanding district recognized tribute to Kobe and Gigi Bryant.  Hannah is a member of the National Honor Society and the Beta Club.


Alexander Cummings

Riverside High School

Alex is a senior with a 3.81 GPA.  He was captain of both the soccer and football teams, a leader both on and off the fields. After receiving three concussions, his high school athletic career as a senior was ended.  The NFHS Concussion course was very beneficial to Alex and his parents. This was a very hard time in this young man’s life and Alex’s service to his school and community became a focal point.  He volunteers at two elementary schools as a mentor, works with the local Meal on Wheels program and assists with Riverside Special Education students in their coffee shop “all before his school day starts”. He has also achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.  Alex recently attended the Spartanburg County Shining Stars Prom and spent the evening with an exceptional student who is non-verbal.  Alex and his fishing partner are qualifiers for the SAF High School Nationals in Bass Fishing.  Alex is the first student of Greenville County Schools with a full-time co-op where he works 40-65 hours a week.