Tabatha Shock-Rawal a Calhoun County High School graduate of 2005, and received multiple scholarships including the Gold McKelvey Scholarship with the award of $40,000, American Indian Association $4,000 and Mountain State Circle Scholarship of $2,500.

Tabatha was able to pursue a double major in Associate of Science in Occupational Therapy and Bachelor in Science of Health Studies at Mountain State University.

She then graduated from Western New Mexico University with a Masters in Occupational Therapy on December 13, 2013. Thus achieving the title of an Occupational Therapist. She plans on continuing her education for a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy.

Tabatha is the daughter of Thomas and Ellen Shock of Millstone, WV.

Personal message to the students of Calhoun County High School

"Striving for a higher education is one of best decisions anyone can make. Education will provide you with employment, opportunities to explore the world and financial independence. I hope all of you take the time to "Google" a college and see what programs they offer. An adventure is waiting for you."

Tabatha Shock-Rawal

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