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Senior Spotlight — Anna Gayle Fuller

MADISON – Anna Gayle Fuller is a senior at James Clemens High School.

Junior ROTC has been Anna’s favorite class at James Clemens. That experience “taught me leadership skills and increased my self-confidence,” she said.

Anna maintained a GPA of 3.7. She compiled numerous awards in JROTC, including Excellent Staff, Distinguished Cadet, Good Conduct, Personal Appearance and Leadership Development Service. “Go, Jets!” she said.

Outside the classroom, Anna served as a James Clemens Student Ambassador and was a member in First Priority.

Anna’s parents are Lee and Sheila Fuller. Her siblings are Jonathan Fuller, 22, and Robert Fuller, 18, who is her twin and also a member of the Class of 2020.

Anna plans to major in forensic psychology at the University of North Alabama.

 

If you are a high school senior or the parent of one, please complete the our Senior Spotlight form and email a photo of yourself to gregg.parker@madisoncountyrecord.com. When emailing your photo, please include your first name, last name and school you attend. Thank you.

You can access the form by clicking here.

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