Shooting is an activity the Shoeneckers enjoy as a family, but it's one Matthew now says is being used against him.
"They just said something like, 'You could be the next school shooter maybe,'" he told CBS News' Nikki Battiste.
The remarks are part of the backlash the 15-year-old now faces for wearing T-shirts with images of guns and a grenade in school.
Matthew says he's been wearing the same shirts since the fall. But his parents say it was only after the Parkland school shooting in February, that the school's principal sent home a letter telling Matt to "change the shirt" because "it was inappropriate." When Matt refused, he was moved to a cubicle for two days.