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Senior Spotlight — Robert Francis Fuller

MADISON – Robert Francis Fuller is a senior at James Clemens High School.

Roberts’ academic studies led to a 3.56 GPA. He received The Vanguard Scholarship from the University of North Alabama.

Environmental science was the most enjoyable class that Robert completed. (This subject matter) “was an interest of mine, and it helped me decide what I would like to study while in college,” he said.

Robert played percussion in the James Clemens Marching Band and James Clemens Wind Ensemble. He also was a member of the James Clemens Percussion Ensemble.

Robert’s parents are Lee and Sheila Fuller. Robert’s siblings are his older brother Jonathan, who is 22 years old, and his twin Anna Fuller, 18, who is also a member of the Class of 2020 at James Clemens.

This fall, he plans to enroll at UNA, where he will major in business with a minor in marine biology.

 

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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