2022 Scholarship Recipient
Congratulations to the 2022 recipient of the PCHS Alumni Association Scholarship, Kimberlyn Joy Agacir!
Congratulations, Kimberlyn Joy Agacir!
The Pearl City High School Alumni Association is proud to announce Kimberlyn Joy Agacir as this year's scholarship recipient!
Kimberlyn will be off to University of Hawaii at Manoa, majoring in Human Resources Management. She’s an exemplary student and community member, and we are proud to share a bit about Kimberlyn’s time at PCHS, as well as future plans.
Kimberlyn Joy Agacir
Graduating as a Valedictorian with Academic Honors, CTE Honors, NHS, and the Hawai’i State Seal of Biliteracy, Kimberlyn will be attending the University of Hawai’i at Manoa to major in Human Resources Management. As a recipient of this scholarship, she shares that this scholarship will be a big help when paying for textbooks and necessities, as well as commuting expenses.
At Pearl City High School, Kimberlyn was involved in Student Council, the Hawai’i Chamber of Commerce, the National Honors Society, Student Academy Ambassador, and Student Government. In addition, she was involved in Girls Volleyball and Track throughout all 4 years at PCHS. In her senior year, Kimberlyn served as the Student Government Vice-President, White Varsity Girls Volleyball Team Captain, and the Track Sprinters Team Captain. Outside of school, she served at her home church (Bethel Chapel Assembly of God) in the Audio/Visual Ministry and continues to serve as one of the Youth Ministry Leaders.
When asked what she’ll miss the most from PCHS, Kimberlyn shared that she has so many memories that she will forever cherish; however, she’ll miss representing Pearl City by wearing the PCHS jersey and competing in sports. She’ll miss the game-day feeling and the rush of playing and racing. Not only has PCHS sports helped her with character and physical development, but it allowed her the opportunities to “meet her lifelong friends and create memories that’ll last a lifetime.”
In college, Kimberlyn is looking forward to her independence as an adult, meeting new people, and finally starting to chase after her adult aspirations. She shares that the idea of growing up is daunting yet she is confident and eager to embark on this next chapter in her life.
Congratulations again, Kimberlyn Joy! You make the Pearl City community proud, and we cannot wait to hear about the great things you will continue to do at UH Manoa and beyond. Best of luck!