Akaysha Joiner is one remarkable student. She is ranked first in Rangeview High School’s 2012 graduating class and maintains a remarkable 4.6 GPA. She has been named to the Academic Honor Roll and is an AP Scholar. She is a member of the National Honor Society, DECA, Link Crew and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She was a member of the varsity softball team her freshman and sophomore years and is currently a member of the varsity tennis team (Lettered). She also works part-time and is learning Spanish. “(Joiner) is a phenomenal young lady, who is exceptionally bright, personable and a leader in our school and community,” shared a school counselor. She is planning to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder.
“Left Behind,” series by Tim F. LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
My mom, Jessica.
WORDS TO LIVE BY
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” - Philippians 4:13
Joiner has amassed an impressive more than 100 hours in volunteerism at her church’s nursery. She consistently volunteered at Colorado Christian Fellowship’s nursery during two church services, helping out with changing dippers, serving snacks and participating in activities with toddlers. She is a member of the church choir. Joiner has also served as a mentor to freshmen students as a link leader at her school. Joiner has volunteered at Kids Spree and through Fellowship of Christian Athletes. “I believe that we are each given a gift and we should use those gifts to give back to the community to help others.”
IF I COULD IMPROVE THE WORLD . . .
“I would continue fundraising money to make blankets to donate to the Denver Rescue Mission and make that an annual project.”