High School student Cheyenne Schulze is passionate about giving back to her community. She has always had a keen interest in helping young children with disabilities. Through her volunteer experiences in the community she has chosen to pursue a career in Kinesiology at Medicine Hat College, with a goal of becoming a Physiotherapist for children with disabilities. This aspiration is highlighted through a work experience and career program where Cheyenne is currently working at Central Avenue Physiotherapy, as well as assisting a young girl with Autism and Epilepsy. Academically Cheyenne has been on the Honour Roll for her entire high school career and is currently President of the Hazlet High School Student Representative Council. Another passion of Cheyenne’s is dance. Dancing since she was three years old, she is not only taking classes in Ballet, Pointe, Highland, Musical Theatre, Jazz, Contemporary, Acro and Lyrical, but she is also teaching dance to young students in Hazlet. One of Cheyenne’s dance highlights was to perform at the Premier’s Dinner in Regina to a crowd of over two thousand people. Through dance Cheyenne has found the confidence and determination to pursue her dreams and help others.