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Academics


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High School
West High School
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SALT LAKE CITY
School State
UT
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Personal


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Joelette
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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Some leadership I have established was being Sophomore President in 2013, being able to conduct a dance and represent the Sophomore Class. Being Sophomore President was a honor being able to talk to my classmates and get to know them better. To get their ideas in dances, activities. Being able to lead them in third place in Spirit Bowl, knowing we were fifth place losing, I gave them the courage to keep going. Being in Student Government was so much fun and it gave me so much experience in being a leader. I am planning to run for W.O.W President which is Women Of West at West High school, being able to represent the Women at west and leadership is very important to me, knowing I can make a difference at West High.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

Being able to play basketball at a college would be an honor, being able to improve and becomes such a better player and be able to meet new people, become a family with the teammates. As a basketball player I listen to the coaches because they know how I can become better, knowing when they yell at me when doing something wrong, I don't take it personal but as a motivation to do better. Knowing everyone makes mistakes, but from the mistakes I learn who to become better. To becomes a better player, teammate and individual. I know I will work my hardest to get to the top, if I takes to do things I cannot do, I will show everyone I can do it. Knowing failing for me is a motivation to succeed.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I spend lots of time doing service at the Discovery Gateway, volunteer work at the rec. I get involve with school such as doing Student Government. I help after school at Rose Park Middle school helping kids with their homework, anything they need help with. Doing service is so important to me because being able to help others and make a difference in the world.

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