Senior Spotlight — Molly Kathryn Willis

MADISON – Molly Kathryn Willis is a senior at James Clemens High School.

“I am blessed to have had a high school experience that was nothing short of amazing,” Willis said. “The memories of the past four years will be something that I will cherish forever!”

Willis ended her senior year with a 4.2 GPA. “On top of school, I was on the Blue Angels Varsity Dance Team all four years of high school. We competed in regional, state, and national competitions and placed in the Top 10 in the nation this past year,” she said.

In academics, Willis most enjoyed any class that was part of the health science track. “This includes ‘Foundations of Health Science,’ ‘Anatomy’ and the health internship,” Willis said. “I was fortunate enough to be a part of this program where I got to attend weekly clinicals at local hospitals and surrounding sites.”

During her senior year of high school, Willis was a member of National Honor Society and Student Ambassadors. She also was involved in HOSA (Future Health Professionals) and with a group of six students who competed in the State Leadership Conference held in Montgomery; these students achieved the top six in their category. “The last three years, I have been a student mentor to a student at Mill Creek Elementary School,” she said.

Molly’s parents are Patrick and Allyson Willis. Molly’s siblings are Abbigail, 20, Jack, 16, and 11-year-old Wyatt.

“I plan to attend Auburn University in the fall and pursue a major in nursing to later become a nurse practitioner specializing in pediatric orthopedics,” Molly said.

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