2017 Dogwood Court
Kieran Rundle is the owner and editor-in-chief of Sincerely Magazine LLC. A senior at Albemarle High School, she has worked for four years as an upper editor on the school’s Literary Magazine. She is an award winning photographer, artist, poet, prose writer and playwright. Along with being a member of the National Honor Society, the National English Honor Society, the National Quill and Scroll Society, and Beta Club, Kieran is an avid cat lover, stargazer, cookie eater and chocolate addict. Kieran will be attending Old Dominion University’s Honor College in the fall and dual majoring in Business Management and Studio Art.
Alexis Crews is a senior at Buckingham County High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and Student Council Association. Alexis enjoys playing softball, cheerleading, hunting, fishing and shopping. After graduation, she will attend James Madison University and pursue a career in nursing.
Victoria Belew is a senior at Fluvanna County High School where she is the Vice President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, softball representative for the Sports Leadership Club and a member of the National Honors Society. She enjoys softball, volleyball, cheerleading, shopping, hunting, fishing and spending time with her family and friends. Victoria is very involved in her church youth group. After graduation, she will attend Liberty University where she will major in nursing and minor in youth ministry.
Morgan Vick is a graduate of William Monroe High School. She was a member of the Beta Club and the National Honors Society. She enjoyed cross country, track, soccer and cheerleading at WMHS. Morgan received her Associates of Science from Piedmont Virginia Community College. She is passionate about being outdoors and hiking. Morgan is proficient in reading Spanish and she plays the piano.
Morrgan Duncan is a senior at Louisa County High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Senior Class Council. Morrgan is involved in soccer, cheerleading, volleyball, tennis, working at Great Clips, snowboarding and volunteering. After graduation, Morrgan will attend Radford University.
Courtney Durrer is a sophomore at Virginia Tech where she is studying Animal and Poultry Sciences. She is a member of the Dairy Club, Collegiate FFA and the Block and Bridle Club. She works at Virginia Tech’s beef barn where she halter breaks weaned calves. Courtney has a herd of registered cattle and is very active in 4-H. She will be adding Graphic Design as a major and hopes to work for the Simmental Association in their graphic design department for their magazine, Sim Talk.
Gracie Harris is a junior at Nelson County High School. She is a member of the French Honors Society, Prom Committee and the Advanced Drama Team. Her interests include theatre, listening to music, reading, and spending time with family and friends. Gracie plans on attending a 4-year university after high school where she will pursue a career in law and eventually work up to being a prosecutor.
Lyndsey Norberg is a senior at Orange County High School and a Blue Ridge Virtual Governor’s School student. She is President of the LEO Club, an Aerospace Scholar with the VA Space Consortium, selected for the NASA Summer Academy at Langley Air Force Base, an elected Delegate at VA Girls State, and on the Principals Honor Roll. Lyndsey is an Acolyte and Liturgist at Orange Presbyterian Church and in her 11th year as a Girl Scout. She enjoys swimming, lifeguarding and coaching swimming, painting, astronomy and politics. After graduation, Lyndsey plans to pursue a degree in aerospace engineering.