GIRLS of DISTINCTION.
Taylor is a senior at Little Rock Christian Academy. She has been heavily involved in her school and community. She is currently a member of the Thespian Troupe Vice-President, Drama Department, LRCA Praise Team, served on several mission and community projects through LRCA, Make A Wish volunteer, 2018 Heart Sweetheart, 2019 AHA Above and Beyond Leadership, and 2019 Arkansas Girls State Delegate. Taylor enjoys participating in the performing arts at LRCA and The Rep Summer I education Programs and likes to spend her free time traveling with her family and hanging out with her friends.
Brynne Johnson is a Junior at Mount Saint Mary Academy and is from North Little Rock. She is a member of the Beta (Tub, Mu Alpha Theta, the student ambassador program at Mount (Mountie Messengers), and she is the Business Manager for Yearbook and the Vice President of Latin (Hub. Brynne also actively volunteers in her community, serving as a member of the 2019-2020 class of the Above and Beyond Sweetheart Leadership program, and volunteering her time at Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock. Brynne plans to attend Medical School and wants to become a pediatric neurologist, helping kids with neurological disorders.
Ayanna is a senior at North Little Rock High School. Her faith in God and living with integrity is very important to her. She says she learned at a very young age how to serve through her church. Ayanna is president of her school's HOSA (health occupations students of America), future health professionals chapter, and Vice President of the North Little Rock High School's Student Council. She volunteers throughout her community through these organizations along with North Little Rock Mayor's Youth Council. She is a member of National Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta. Once she graduates, she plans to pursue a career in nursing and law, with hopes to become a nurse attorney.
Camryn is a Senior at Parkview Arts/Science Magnet High School. Her magnet area at Parkview is Science which has developed her love for chemistry. She placed fifth in Arkansas in the Chemistry Olvmpiad and received an Academic Achievement Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Organic Chemistry. Camryn is currently a third-year cheerleader, an active member of the Student Council where she serves as the Student Body Treasurer, a member of the Beta Club, National Honor Society, and Gospel Temple Baptist Church. She also participated in Girls State this summer. Once she graduates, she hopes to pursue a career in Chemical Engineering.
Paityn White is a Senior at Little Rock Central High School. She is yen active in several extracurricular activities including being the Group Commander of the AFJROTC Unit at Little Rock Central High, captain of the Softball team, a Black Student Union member, Secretary of the NAACP, a member of the LRCII Band, a Girl's State Delegate, and so much more. She is currently enrolled in Flight School of the Tuskegee NEXT program that is allowing her to receive her Private Pilots License by August 16. Upon graduation she plans to attend Tuskegee University, majoring in Aerospace Engineering. She has volunteered for several organizations and enjoys helping and serving others.
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