Corinne Chun with parents Bette and Duane Chun KSK’71 at the NFC Championship game versus the Minnesota Vikings on Jan. 21, 2018.
In her first season as a Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader, Corinne Chun KSK’07 experienced the season to remember that culminated with the Eagles winning Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4, 2018. Inspired by friend and another former KS cheerleader, Savannah Wolfe KSK’09, who cheered with the 49ers and is now a Laker girl, Corinne tried out for the 2016 season and made it to the last round of cuts but did not make the team. Realizing that she could do it, she trained and made the squad for the 2017 season. To pursue this once in a lifetime opportunity, she took a sabbatical from being a special education teacher at Leihoku Elementary in Wai‘anae, O‘ahu. Despite the distance, Corinne kept in contact with her students via FaceTime throughout the season allowing them to live vicariously through her experiences. Currently, she is in Philadelphia preparing for tryouts for the upcoming season while looking potential graduate schools to attend on the east coast.