Monroe County High School Senior
Lexie scored a 28 on her ACT and maintains a 4.0 GPA. She plans to pursue a double major in chemistry and biology in hopes of becoming a pediatric oncologist. She is the Kentucky Association of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America President and the vice president of membership for Region 4 and Monroe county chapters. She is part of the Governor's Scholar program and a member of many clubs. Lexie has held multiple positions in 4-H (secretary, historian, treasurer). She also spends a lot of her time volunteering for multiple organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, and Barren River Animal Welfare Association.
Barren County High School Junior
Natalie keeps a 3.944 GPA and earned a 30 on her ACT. Her future plans include pursuing a Pharmaceutical Technician certificate before continuing her education in a pre-med pathway, then going to medical school to become a plastic surgeon. She is a member of Health Occupations Students of America and acts as their historian. Natalie is a member of the varsity soccer team and part of the Barren County Early College Magnet Program. She also participates in her school newspaper, is a Trojan Ambassador, and a member of the Foreign Language Club and Academic Team.