Class of 2024: Girl Scout looks forward to new experiences

Class of 2024: Girl Scout looks forward to new experiences

Kayla Ashton Pritchett

From: Grovetown, Georgia

Why Georgia College? I chose Georgia College, because I loved the campus and city!

Major: I am currently undecided in my major, but I'm contemplating Library Media.

Kayla Pritchett, when she graduated high school.
Kayla Pritchett, when she graduated high school.
High school activities: I was involved in Varsity Volleyball, Beta Club and the National Honors Society. My biggest achievements were Girl Scouts, obtaining the Most Valuable Player award for three years in volleyball and being captain for two years.

For my Gold Project, I combined my passion for Girl Scouts and volleyball by building an outdoor volleyball court at a local park. I also held a two-day volleyball clinic, teaching middle school girls how to play volleyball.
– Kayla Pritchett
Girl Scouts award: My Girl Scout Gold Award was one of my biggest achievements and came with lots of hard work and effort. In order to earn the Girl Scout Gold award, a girl must plan a sustainable project in her community that benefits others. For my Gold Project, I combined my passion for Girl Scouts and volleyball by building an outdoor volleyball court at a local park. I also held a two-day volleyball clinic, teaching middle school girls how to play volleyball.

What will you do at Georgia College? I’m interested in playing intramural volleyball and being involved in the Baptist Collegiate Ministries and Outdoor Center.

Most looking forward to: While beginning my journey at Georgia College, the thing I’m most looking forward to is making new friends and new experiences.

Future: When I graduate, I plan to obtain a job as a media specialist in an elementary, middle or high school.