Shriver, a senior, was selected for the award based on her performance in academics, athletics and extracurricular activities. Teachers and staff describe Shriver as a "unique student who blends hard work, determination and active participation in a classroom," according to a release from the school.
Shriver takes a full course load and has completed advanced placement classes in biology, physics and chemistry, and is currently enrolled in a calculus program through Portland State University.
Outside of the classroom, Shriver participates in track and volleyball. During her senior year, she was selected to play on the All League volleyball team, and was a member of a state-qualifying track relay team during her junior year.
Shriver is also a three-year member of the National Honor Society, and currently serves as the group's vice president.
After high school, Shriver hopes to pursue a degree in environmental engineering at California Polytechnic State University, Oregon State University or Montana State University.