Senior feature: Warren Quadland

John Paynter, Sports Editor

For Warren Quadland, leadership has been a common role that he has had and grown accustomed to across his four years at Reynolds. Just being the president of Key Club was not enough for Quadland, as he led the soccer team as goalkeeper to a successful season, and took the stage to host the 2019 Key Club Follies, in what some are calling, “the best follies yet.”

Quadland attributes some of his success to teacher John Clevenger, who sponsors Key Club and taught his AP US History last year.

“I’d say my favorite teacher is definitely Mr. Clevenger.” Quadland said. “He has taught me a lot in his class and in key club.”

“I hate that guy,” Key Club John Clevenger said jokingly when asked about Quadland. “In all seriousness, Warren is a disciplined hard worker, leader and essential part of Key Club.”

While Quadland presides over Key Club, he also spends his time playing soccer, hanging out with his friends, and doing good for his community.

“My greatest achievement at Reynolds has to be becoming the president of Key Club,” Quadland said, when asked about his success. “I was really glad to have that opportunity.”

Next year, Quadland plans attend UNC Chapel Hill and study computer science.

“I’m really proud of Warren,” Clevenger added. “He has grown a lot as a leader and that will take him a long way. I think Chapel Hill is a great place for him.”

Quadland is set up to flourish in his future as he has taken his leadership and his education very seriously.