Katie is interested in attending Murray State and is undecided on career plans.
Kerrah enjoys and excels in academics, tutoring others and participating in many organizations in her community and school. She has always found many ways of helping out in the community.
She participates in other activities including beauty pageants to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network, working with Girl Scout troops for charitable causes, cheerleading competitions to raise breast cancer awareness and school organizations that help around the community as well.
Kerrah is an above average student at GRC and was inducted into the National Honor Society earlier this year.
In her free time, Kerrah loves to help students in need to improve their academics and self esteem. Whether it means coming in before school or staying after school, she is always willing to help. Kerrah also enjoys working with people, knowing that she has influenced many lives.
One day she hopes to attend college and become an elementary school teacher or an X-ray technician.
Kinsey is actively involved in many organizations. She is a member of Beta Club, National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, First Priority and Junior Advisory. She also is a member of the Color Guard and Winter Guard in the GRC Marching Band and a Girl Scout, serving as student adviser for her troop.
In 2009, she attended the National Catholic Youth Conference in Kansas City and was the student coordinator for the trip.
She is an active member in her church community. In addition to her many activities, Kinsey also volunteers as a camp counselor in the summer, volunteers for organizations like the Salvation Army and for Operation Happiness and volunteers to help support her church and the Clark County Band Boosters through bingo.
Kinsey plans to attend college and study English.
Kinya is a motivated leader with a near-perfect grade point average of 3.9. She took her love of dance to a new level when she co-founded Top Notch Elite Hip-Hop Dance Team, in Lexington.
Strong in her faith and heavily grounded in culture, she is a member of the Broadway Baptist Church, a member of the YMCA of Central Kentucky Black Achievers Program and will be participating in the 2010 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Scholarship Program
Kinya is fueled by the positive and is a member of the GRC Spirit Club, volunteers her time at the Lexington Veterans Administration Medical Center and is a member of the Upward Bound Program at Bluegrass Community and Technical College where she was awarded the Director’s Award at the Upward Bound summer program.
Kinya has dreams of becoming an optometrist and is undecided on her college plans.
Laura enjoys many activities. She has played varsity soccer for three years at GRC and also participated in club soccer for the past seven years. Laura played with FC Kentucky and was a captain for her team and also played for the Nike Rush.
In the off season, she enjoys indoor soccer. Three years in a row, she was named to the Academic All-State first team, and this past school year she was inducted into the National Honor Society.
Laura has worked as a camp counselor for Camp Intervention and has volunteered for the Salvation Army, the Hope Center, Catholic Action Center and the Cave Run Eagle Triathlon.
Presently, she is an assistant soccer coach. She plans to attend college and major in medicine.
Lauren is involved in many activities in her school and local community. She is a member of her school’s student YMCA, where she is vice president. She is also a prayer warrior in her school’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
In addition, Lauren is a member of the GRC Marching Band, Winter Guard, National Honor Society, Beta Club, Junior Advisory, Academic Team and is a student representative to the Kentucky Center for Instructional Discipline Committee at her school.