Grant Webb has attended The King’s Academy since seventh grade. He is an accomplished young man both in and out of the classroom.
He has been a member of the National Honor Society for 3 years, serving as Treasurer his junior year and President his senior year. He has been captain on both the Scholars’ Bowl and the Debate(remove s) teams. In addition, Grant has played on the High School Tennis team since eighth grade.
As a freshman, Grant was elected Class President. This year, he is Class Vice President. He was also elected to the Homecoming court for three of his four years of high school, having been elected Homecoming King his senior year.
During the summer following his sophomore year, he attended the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Sciences and Engineering.
Grant has also scored highly on the National Spanish Exam every year, winning the Silver award as a freshman and sophomore, and the Bronze award as a junior.
Grant’s dedication to academics led to the College Board awarding him the AP Scholars Award for his performance on the AP exams. He has placed in several academic competitions and won 1st place in the Comprehensive Biology Exam at the Roane State Academic Festival last year.
As a Junior, he was chosen to the All East Tennessee Chorus. That same year, Grant won the William F. Hall Memorial Award for the highest weighted GPA in the high school.
Having a servant’s heart, Grant started a Peer Tutoring program this year for high school students wanting extra help with their academics. He has also served on local, national and international mission projects with over 160 service hours. His willingness to serve others has led to Grant being voted as the recipient of the TKA Ambassador Award his freshman, sophomore and junior years.
After high school, Grant plans to major in Math and Computer Science at either The University of Tennessee or Wake Forest University.