Eden plans to study psychology at Transylvania University, pursue her PhD and become director of a specialized psychology clinic.
Emily is an active member of the Winchester First Church of God youth group and serves as a member of its leadership team. She also is a member of the Kentucky Church of God State Youth Council and Club and played two years on the GRC volleyball team. She served as captain of her Winchester Junior League softball team for three years. Emily enjoys attending youth functions, volunteering in nursery work at her church and playing the guitar. She also enjoys spending as much time with family and friends as possible.
Though undecided on which college to attend, Emily has known from an early age that she would like to pursue a career in elementary education and would like to teach in the Clark County Public Schools.
Emily is active in school and church. She is a youth leader in children’s worship and vacation Bible school.
She has been a varsity cheerleader for the past three years and is a member of TSA and served as vice president her sophomore year. She also is a member of Beta Club and National Honor Society. Emily was a staff writer for the school newspaper her sophomore year and is a features editor this year. She has volunteered with Shop With a Cop, Salvation Army, Cheer With the Champs and has been a YMCA cheerleading coach.
She is undecided in her college and career plans.
Quenton is a hard working student. He has maintained a 4.0 grade point average in his first two years of high school. He is devoted to his community and has helped in many benefit events for his church and community. Quenton is an active member of the Beta Club at GRC. He has been in the Winchester Little League Baseball organization for many years.
At this time, Quenton plans to go to the University of Kentucky and become an architectural engineer.
Genna is actively involved in her school and community. She is vice president of the GRC Book Club and co-vice president of the GRC Speech and Debate Team.
Genna loves music and is a member of the adult choir and bell choir at First Presbyterian Church, participates in school musicals and began piano and voice lessons this year. Her hobbies include horseback riding, reading, writing stories, singing and drawing.
Genna runs on the varsity track and cross country teams at GRC. She is also involved with the Beta Club and KYCID.
In her sophomore year, she was chosen to represent her school as a HOBY Ambassador. The past two summers, Genna has gone on week-long mission trips in Appalachia and helped organize the Winchester Soles4Souls 5K run. Genna expects to go into a pre-vet or pre-med program after graduating from high school, then plans to become either a doctor of veterinarian.
Haley is very active in her school, church and community. She was honored to be presented the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Award. Haley is the secretary of the Clark County Youth Network for Alcohol Substance Abuse Policy (ASAP) and is sergeant-at-arms for the Technology Student Association. She also serves as a huddle leader and prayer warrior for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Haley also serves as features editor for the school newspaper, Smoke Signals, and is involved in sports on the varsity tennis team and is a junior varsity cheerleader.