Southern Oral and Facial Surgery’s Student of the Week for May 4


Southern Oral and Facial Surgery’s Student of the Week for May 4

Clark Oral and Facial Surgery’s Student of the Week highlights accomplishments by the city’s outstanding high school students.

Each week, one student from each high school is chosen by their principal to be featured for achievements including citizenship, volunteerism, leadership, academics, and much more.

Click to read the Southern Oral and Facial Surgery’s Student of the Week.

Southern Oral and Facial Surgery’s Student of the Week highlights accomplishments by the city’s outstanding high school students.

One student from Independence or Summit is chosen each week. Each student honoree is chosen by his or her principal to be featured for achievements including citizenship, volunteerism, leadership, academics and much more.

Independence High School – Jorja Gust

She’s outgoing, happy and positive, and junior Jorja Gust is also a football cheerleader at Independence High School.

Gust also is active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, in which she’s a leader, and she’s been inducted into the Youth Leadership of Franklin.

She’s a member of the National Honors Society and the National English Honors Society at IHS, and she’s a recipient of the Soaring Eagles Principal Award and is a junior class representative.

Gust said she’s passionate about helping others. She volunteers when she can, most recently helping pack food boxes for Graceworks.

Her role model is her Sunday school teacher, Terra Tucker. She admires Tucker’s outlook on life, her strength in her faith and her contagious smile. She puts everyone before herself, and Gust said she “has a positive impact on people’s lives.”

Gust is undecided at this point on where she’ll attend college. She hopes to either go to Samford University or Mississippi College. She wants to become a family counselor or a teacher.

Her family includes a younger brother and sister. Her parents are Michelle and Bruce Gust.

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