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Senior Spotlight — Sarah Katherine Woosley

MADISON – Sarah Katherine Woosley is a graduating senior at James Clemens High School.

“I have been part of Madison City Schools since I was in kindergarten! I attended preschool at Little Madison Academy and went on to Heritage elementary and Liberty Middle School before ending at James Clemens High School,” Woosley said.

“My favorite subject would be English because it is so interpretive,” she said.

In extracurricular pursuits, Woosley participated in two different technical theatre independent events for Trumbauer Drama Festival. She competed in costume design and one event for lighting design. Both of her entries advanced to the state level with Trumbauer, and she earned ratings of “Excellent.”

Woosley participated with Thespians Honor Society, Troupe #8070; National Art Honor Society; Beta Club; and Student 2 Student.

Sarah’s parents are Eric and Amanda Woosley. Sarah’s younger sisters are 15-year-old Maura and 12-year-old Hadley.

“I am continuing my Calhoun Community College courses through the next year and transferring to either the University of Alabama in Huntsville or the University of South Alabama,” Woosley said. “I am planning on majoring in atmospheric science.”

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