Meet Kameron Hill

Kameron Hill

Kameron Hill

By Joan Frances –

Kameron Hill, a senior at Stafford High School, has accomplished much by earning respect for his academic accomplishments and stellar athletic abilities. He is a team player and a leader who continues to impress his teachers and coaches. After an amazing high school career, Kameron is headed for a successful future.

Kameron has taken Advanced Placement classes throughout high school. He is a member of the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society, and he ranks 16 out of 220 in his 2017 graduating class. Kameron was awarded the Perfect Attendance Recognition Award and the Certificate of Excellence in English, Language, Arts and Reading (ELAR). Kameron was the recipient of the President’s Education Award. He also played the saxophone for Stafford High School’s Mighty Spartan Band.

Kameron’s forte is football, and he has devoted the past 12 years to the sport. He plays first team defensive end and is one of the top players. He is a co-captain of the team and takes his leadership responsibility very seriously. “As one of the co-captains, I must set an example for the other members of the team not just on but off the field as well,” Kameron said. “Wherever I am, I try to focus on what is right and stay true to my commitment.”

His favorite teacher is Coach Ron Counter. Kameron reflected, “Coach Counter leads the team with a calm and cool demeanor. His attitude and dedication to the team represents the school in the best possible way, and he leads by example.”

One value that Kameron lives by is respect. “I treat people the way I want to be treated. Hussein Nishah said, ‘Treat people the way you want to be treated. Talk to people the way you want to be talked to. Respect is earned, not given.’”

200-kameronKameron’s high school experience has not been a traditional one. Because of his devotion to football, his coaches and team members spend almost every day together, talking strategy, memorizing plays and practicing. They have become his best friends and extended family. The bond these players have forged is present on and off the football field. Unity, respect and camaraderie are ever present before, during and after the games. Last year, the team was undefeated and won district. Kameron also played basketball for the school last year and was awarded 1st Team Academic All District. He is considering joining the team again as a senior.

In addition to his busy school schedule, Kameron finds time to be engaged in activities at Crossing Point Christian Church in Missouri City. He is a member of the True Love Waits Teen Ministry Program and also participated in Youth Sunday, taking over the service and delivering inspirational messages and encouraging words to the congregation. He was a part of the Youth Rally where youth are encouraged to learn well, lead well and live well. Kameron participated in the Quest Manhood Course at the church and volunteers as a general laborer assisting people in need. Additionally, he volunteers at the Boys and Girls Club of Stafford.

Kameron received a full offer to play football for the United States Air Force. He is also considering Rice, Yale and Cornell universities. He is interested in majoring in biochemical engineering and minoring in sports medicine. Congratulations on your undeniable commitment and talent Kameron, and we wish you the very best in life as you make the world a better place to live.