Justin Kouch

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader

Justin Kouch is a returning second year staff member and the reigning Viewpoint Team Leader. He is a senior at White Station High School, and is the current President of White Station’s Executive Board, and other organizations he is involved in include Youth in Government and Future Business Leaders of America. When Justin isn’t busy with school, he likes to watch his way through Youtube and rock climb. When the weather permits, he enjoys a nice bike ride around Shelby Farms and a meal at Hattie B’s. Justin hopes to go to law school after double majoring in neurobehavioral psychology and business. He is excited for what the next year has to offer him and for what The Scroll has to offer everyone else.

 

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Mastering the Common App one word at a time

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader
March 26, 2020
From left to right, Justin Kouch (12), Rachel Kannady, Itamar Almalem (11) and Seth Khokar (11) stand in front of the state capital building after the closing ceremony. After a one year hiatus, Youth in Government is back in full throttle, ready to change the government.

Get YIGgy with it

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader
March 6, 2020

History of homecoming

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader
January 20, 2020
The Intermediate Orchestra and Advanced Honors Orchestra combined forces to play two traditional holiday finale pieces. They performed “We Need a Little Christmas” as well as a “Mother Ginger” from the play “The Nutcracker.”

Sleigh ride to White Station’s holiday concert

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader
December 18, 2019
Spooky baskets consisted of Halloween themed trinkets, sweets or anything else E-Board members thought each other would like. This basket was given to Justin Kouch (12), President of E-Board, by Ivy Qui (11), Commissioner of Publicity.

E-Board’s spooky Halloween tradition

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader
November 14, 2019
Gaby Brown (right) and Brandon Brown (left) hug each other farewell as Brandon Brown is about to fly off to Wayne State University. Many tears were shed as they parted, not knowing when they’ll be able to reunite with each other.

And then there was one

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader
November 5, 2019
Financial Officer Matt Rhodes came to share scholarship information specifically for the University of Memphis. He then went on to explain the process of applying for FAFSA and what students should be doing to prepare for all college applications.

Seniors! Money! Learn all about it!

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader
September 22, 2019
 Counselors use the brand new outdoor classroom to interact with parents at Open House, answering any questions that were on parents’ minds. This was an opportunity to allow parents to get to know their child’s counselor for the next few years.

Sparta opens their doors for parents

Justin Kouch, Viewpoint Team Leader
September 20, 2019
E-Board President Emille Taylor (12) slumps over after eating. Dang, that mac and cheese was fye, Taylor said.

[Photo] E-Board celebrates Friendsgiving

Kennedy Ray, Business Manager
November 24, 2018
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