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Scholastic Student Spotlight: South senior plans nursing career, studying abroad
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A bi-monthly series presented by Lennar Atlanta where the Forsyth County News spotlights local students and their scholastic achievements and future goals.

Name: Caroline Bourneuf

School: South Forsyth High School

Grade: Graduating senior

GPA: 4.27, weighted

Classes: 3 IB classes, 4 AP classes, 3 Honors classes, Academic Pathway Medallion

Next steps: Attending the University of Pennsylvania to major in nursing

In school: Model United Nations, MD Junior, French Club, Junior Civitan, Key Club, Photography Club (’12-’14), Yearbook staff member (’13-’14), Color Guard, (’12-’13), Rho Kappa, Science National Honor Society, French National Honor Society, National Honor Society. Scholarships include: Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award ($100); Georgia District Junior Civitan ($1,000); Will Davison Memorial ($1,000); McDonald’s Ray Kroc Youth Achievement Award ($500 + free McDonald’s for one year); Sawnee EMC ($4,000); University of Pennsylvania Financial Aid ($30,000)

Out of school: Volunteers at Emory Johns Creek Hospital, Forsyth County Schools Extended School Year, Special Olympics volunteer, Rosati’s Pizza and Sports Pub hostess (’13-’15), Earth Fare cashier (’15-’16)

Future goals: To graduate from the University of Pennsylvania with a master’s degree in nursing, to study abroad for a semester, to have a full time job as a nurse while maintaining a family, to travel as much as possible.