Samantha is an active member in many organizations and in her community. She is a member of several clubs including EGO, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society and Beta Club. She is also a starter on the Lady Cards varsity softball team as an outfielder.
She volunteers in many community service events such as Salvation Army bell ringing, Shop with a Cop, Courtyard Cleanup, Operation Christmas Child and helping with the Clark County Community Needs Center.
Samantha is also a cashier/sales associate at Kmart and a score keeper for the Winchester Little League.
Samantha plans to major in physical therapy but has not chosen a college yet.
Sarah is a student at George Rogers Clark High School. She is a member of the varsity tennis team and the varsity golf team. Sarah enjoys attending sporting events and showing her school spirit.
She is a member of Cornerstone Baptist Church. She is very involved in her youth group where she participates in outreach ministries.
Sarah plans to attend college and major in elementary education.
Sarah Elizabeth-Helen Grashel
Sarah is involved in many organizations. She is the drum major of her high school’s marching band as well as the principal chair of the French horn section in the symphonic band.
She is vice president of her school’s community service organization, Embracing Global Obligations Club, and is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Junior Advisory and National Honor Society.
Sarah is an active member of the Mt. Zion Christian Church youth group as well as Calvary Christian Church where she attends small group weekly and sings on the high school praise team. Sarah is also a volunteer at Clark County Preschool, Clark County Community Needs Center, Jesus Prom and Read to Success.
After graduation, she plans to attend college and pursue a career in communication disorders and work with special needs children.
Sarah is an active member of her school, church and community. She is the executive editor of Smoke Signals, the school newspaper, and president of Embracing Global Obligations.
She is also involved in Beta Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, First Priority, Academic Team, Student Advisory, Technology Student Association and school musicals.
Sarah also received the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Award. She is a member of the Calvary Christian Church youth group and participates in the drama group.
She also volunteers at various places such as the University of Kentucky Medical Center, Clark County Community Service Center and tutors at a local elementary school.
At this time, Sarah plans on attending Georgetown University and majoring in international studies. She hopes to become a foreign affairs officer.
Shelby is involved in a wide variety of activities in her community. She has played both varsity and junior varsity soccer throughout her high school career and served as junior varsity team captain.
Along with GRC soccer, Shelby has played on and served as team captain for the Futbol Club of Kentucky for six years. She also was on the GRC swim team her freshman and sophomore years.
Shelby is a chief editor of the Smoke Signals newspaper staff, vice president of Embracing Global Obligations and is a member of Beta Club and National Honor Society.
Shelby volunteers with her Mt. Zion Christian Church youth group on mission trips to Panama City and Alabama as well as with her fellow EGO members at CC’s Closet monthly.
Last year, she was honored as a Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Ambassador and was inducted into the University of Kentucky’s Class of Kentucky.
Presently, Shelby is undecided on her specific college plans, but is focusing on a career practicing law or as an engineer.
Makenzie is a three-year varsity cheerleader and a two-year member of the girls golf team at GRC. She is involved in groups such as Spirit Club, freshman, sophomore and junior advisory and the National Honor Society.
In her community she participated with Jesus Prom, Walk with Friends, Cheer with the Champs, Salvation Army, People Helping People, Shop with a Cop and has taken on the role as a YMCA cheerleading coach.
She received the title of Miss Teen Clark County, Miss Congeniality, awarded top 15 in the Miss Kentucky County Fair and was among the KHSAA All Star Academic first and second team.
Makenzie plans to attend the University of Kentucky or Western Kentucky University and is undecided in her major.
Stefan is actively involved in his family’s purebred Hampshire sheep farming operation. He has exhibited breeding sheep and market goats competitively on the local, state and national level from a young age.
At GRC, Stefan is a 4.0 student and treasurer of the Future Farmers of America and a member of the National Honor Society.
As a member of Clark County 4-H, he is vice-president of the Teen Leadership Club and active in many project areas, receiving his Bronze and Silver Leadership Awards.
He participates in community service projects as well as individual and team competitions in both FFA and 4-H. In his spare time, Stefan enjoys woodworking, gardening and collecting coins.
With a career interest in agricultural engineering, Stefan plans to attend the University of Kentucky.
Tiffany is an officer in many organizations. She is secretary of Speech Club, treasurer of FBLA, co-editor, co-communication advisor and co-captain for the cross country and track teams.
This year Tiffany is a member of the varsity cross country team, varsity indoor and outdoor track teams, FBLA and Speech Club.
She participates in her church youth group, volunteers with Kids Church and Vacation Bible School and is an assistant coach for YMCA basketball. She also enjoys helping with Operation Happiness, Jesus Prom and The Angel Tree.
Tiffany maintains a 4.0 grade point average and plans to continue running in college while majoring in elementary education.
Breanne is involved in many activities and organizations in her school and community. She is part of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Peace Club and EGO Club. She is an editor for her school newspaper and is also a member of the girls varsity soccer team.
Breanne has received many awards including All-state Academic All Tournament team, Academic Honorable Mention, Cardinal Spotlight and various distinguished academic awards.
She is involved in other activities outside of school such as her club soccer team and other community services such as bell ringing for the Salvation Army, Jesus Prom, Walk with Friends, Vacation Bible School and mission trips. She is an active member at Mt. Zion Christian Church and is also a part of the youth group.
Breanne is undecide on what college she would like to attend; however she plans on pursuing a career as a nurse anesthetist.
Chris is involved in many organizations. He is the trombone section leader in marching band as well as a priest at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints.
This year he is on the varsity academic team, member of the French Club, Jazz Band, Pep Band and All-State Band. He is also an annual volunteer for Operation Happiness.
Chris wants to attend the University of Kentucky and major in either music, education or engineering.