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Senior Spotlight — Ayden Raye Bias

MADISON – Ayden Raye ‘Addy’ Bias is a senior at James Clemens High School.

“I love the content in most science-based courses because it’s just so interesting, but, if I could go back, I would definitely take more art classes,” Bias said.

Bias was named a Distinguished Student Leader, which is a certification from the National Student Council Association. At James Clemens, she participated in National Honors Society, Rho Kappa and National German Honors Society.

Addy’s parents are Michael and Shilo Bias. Addy has one sister, 17-year-old Olivia Bias.

Addy plans to enroll at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She will major in kinesiology.

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