Reeves Moseley is not one to back away from a challenge.
The former Argyle High School Senior Class President was a member of the varsity tennis team, served as Drum Major in the band, and said he has a lot to be fond of as he prepares to move on to college.
“My friends and the incredible mentors that allowed me such great opportunities as a high school student are what I’ll remember the most,” Moseley said of his time at Argyle High School.
Moseley, 18, is also the founder and president of the Argyle Youth Advisory Council, a member of the Challenge Day Club and served as Secretary of Circle of Friends at Argyle High School.
Moseley said that he is troubled by some of the things he sees in the world today, particularly when it comes to issues affecting young people.
“I am worried that my generation has become so disillusioned with society that they are beginning to lose hope for the future,” Moseley said.
Accordingly, after attending either the University of North Carolina or the Naval Academy, Moseley said he wants to challenge himself to make a positive difference in the lives of young people.
“I want to help create a society that will leave future generations with a more healthy and safe world than that of what I grew up in,” Moseley said.
The Argyle graduate, who was also a member of the UIL Current Issues team and the student government at AHS, plans to double major in Global Studies and Economics.
Moseley carried a 106.5 grade point average and was ranked sixth in his graduating class.
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