Academic Feature: Busick a Busy Bee

busick_luSenior Jaylin Busick is very involved in school and has an image of what she wants to do after high school. Busick is currently involved in Student Council, Archery and National Honor Society.

“She has a great asset to the archery team,” said Archery Coach Kyle Woolston.  “She always has a smiling face and has a positive outlook on all things. Jaylin is a great role model for the younger teammates. She takes care of her academic obligations and strives to do her best on the range no matter what the outcome.”

Her favorite club is archery because she has a lot of fun and loves spending time with other people. Busick learned to be confident in everything she does and learned to focus on everything she does at all times.

Another group that Busick is a part of is NHS.

“Jaylin is our NHS secretary,” said NHS Sponsor Jaye Brewster. “She makes serving her school and community a priority by working events throughout the year and tutoring students after school.”

Busick has also shared her time with Student Council for all four years of high school.

“Jaylin has been a very active member of the high school Student Council for four years and an officer for two years. She helps plan and implement school wide events such as homecoming, powder puff football, macho man volleyball, dances and pep sessions,” said High School Student Council Advisor Carol Fullington.

Busick is also involved in the volleyball team and is the Editor-in-Chief of the yearbook in the media department. After leaving PHS, Busick wants to continue on to college to study to be a Physical Therapy Assistant, but is not sure where she wants to attend school. She would rather go into a field where her subjects are stronger.

Story by Haley Owens

Photo by Lauren Umpleby

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