Academic Spotlight

Amaral’s future plans include entering law school


 Upcoming senior Annika Amaral is a true scholar, but, while she has proven that keeping her grades high is a priority, she has also proven that being diversified keeps life interesting and helps keep her focus sharp and herself relaxed at the same time.

Amaral, who enters her final year at White County High School with a 4.0 grade point average, has already participated in Dual Enrollment Psychology through her high school’s collaboration with Motlow State Community College. The now high school senior has also completed Advanced Placement classes in English Language and Composition.

Amaral’s program of study is Fine Arts, and she is a member of the award winning WCHS Marching Band as well as being a part of the school’s Art Club. Winning awards was the mantra for Amaral this past school year as she was also a member of the State Championship Warrior Archery Team.

Leadership is also a part of what Amaral has been doing to round out her high school career as she has been elected as the 2022-2023 Senior Class secretary and is also a member of the school’s BETA Club.

Amaral, who has an interest in Jujitsu and enjoys reading and baking in her free time, plans to attend Tennessee Technological University before going to law school.

Her work ethic, willingness to be a leader, and the fact that she has made the most of her time at White County High School and diversified her activities has not gone unnoticed by faculty.

“Annika is a quite a wonderful young lady,” Keith Brown said. “She is a bona fide scholar.”


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