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Natalie Alexander- Miss Senior High 2017

Bishop Kenny High School’s Natalie Alexander is making the most of her senior year.  She
was recently named Miss Senior High 2017 and earned a $1000 college scholarship along with the title. Natalie, who is also the reigning Miss Bishop Kenny, will go on to compete in Miss Jacksonville 2017 in February.

An honors and Advanced Placement student Natalie is Captain of the Cheerleading Squad and
Competitive Cheer Team. She is a member of the National Honor Society, has earned two academic letters and two varsity athletic letters at BK so far. She has taken home an Honorable Mention in Microbiology at the North Florida Engineering and Science Fair 2 times and has finished with Third Place honors in Microbiology at the North Florida Regional Engineering and Science Fair twice.

Natalie, who will graduate in May, plans to attend Florida State University. She would like to
major in nursing. According to Natalie, “Upon receiving my Bachelors’ Degree I will work towards a Masters’ Degree. My ultimate goal is to become a trauma nurse.”

During her years at Bishop Kenny Natalie has distinguished herself not only academically and
through her participation as a cheerleader, but also as a result of her participation in service clubs and activities including Ronald McDonald House, the Downs Syndrome Association of Jacksonville, the 5K and Family, presented by the Jaguars Foundation, the North Florida School of Special Education and as Grand Marshal of the 14th Annual Buddy Walk.
 
Her platform issue in the Miss Senior High Competition was, Embracing the Unique- Accepting differences in others and learning how to overcome personal adversity seems a natural outcome of her dedicated work with those who live with challenges.

Natalie’s parents are local dentist Don Alexander and his wife Kim. We applaud Natalie for her
accomplishments dedication to providing service to her school and community.