Head of the Class: Jacquelynn Horsey, Pulaski Academy
Colleges accepted to:
University of Arkansas, Rhodes College, Southern Methodist University
University of Arkansas Honors College Fellowship recipient, Elected associate justice at American Legion Auxiliary Arkansas Girls State, National Honor Society member, Carnegie Hall Honors, Highest Grade Point Award in biology, AP Comparative Politics, Pre-AP Junior English, AP Studio Art
I plan on pursuing an undergraduate degree in architectural design and a graduate degree in civil engineering. With both of these degrees, I hope to design homes and buildings that are zero-net energy and sustainable.
Favorite memory from high school:
Senior year we lost to Little Rock Christian Academy during regular season football. Nonetheless, we came back ready to win during the state championship and mercy ruled them. That was a good day.
Tell us about the teacher, coach or administrator who made a difference in your life:
Bill Topich, my AP Comparative Politics and honors thesis teacher, has taught me so much. He not only taught me about writing and research, but also about life in general and the value of fighting for what you believe in. Without him, I would not have been this successful.