What did you do?
After much hard work, I received the Harriet Tubman Award. It is the American Heritage Girls level award for the Pioneer age group and requires much hard work and dedication.
What organization recognized the achievement?
American Heritage Girls.
How did homeschooling help you achieve your goal?
Homeschooling allowed me the flexibility to attend each and every meeting and event so that I could learn everything I could.
What are your interests?
My interests include American Heritage Girls, pageantry, Junior ROTC, sewing, reading, babysitting, riding my bike, playing outdoors with my siblings, and participating in volunteer work.
What are you inspired to do with your life?
I would love to become Miss USA and Miss Universe and use my voice to support the Pro-Life movement. However, for a career, I would like to become an ultrasound technician. I am also considering doing a few years of Military Service!
What are your favorite subjects and why?
My favorite subjects are English and Religion. English because it helps me sound well-spoken and because it helps me write to the best of my ability. Religion because it helps me grow in my faith and learn more about the Catholic Church.
I believe it is very important to be prepared to defend one’s faith and I am very fortunate for the opportunity to do just that!
The photo was taken at Calvary Chapel of Lynchburg where all AHG meetings and most events are held.