10 minutes with a Trojanette: Rylie Lewis

Jazmine Trathen, Student Writer

What’s your most memorable accomplishment?

My most memorable accomplishment is when I cheered on my teammates during the District II championships against Berwick, unfortunately, we lost but it is still so amazing how hard we fought and played to get there!

What are your hobbies outside of school? 

Outside of school, I paint, play guitar, spend time with my family, and I work part-time.

Who’s your favorite teacher and what’s your best memory with them?

My favorite teacher is Mrs. Neely and my favorite memory with her would have to be when I would stay with her after school during volleyball and track season.

What’s a silly fact that no one knows about you?

 I still have my very first stuffed animal. Her name is Lamby and I got her for my first easter.

What’s your wildest memory at GNA?

My “wildest memory” at GNA has to be my sophomore year spirit games/week. In a week filled with many wacky outfits, spirit games were fun, exciting, and memorable.

What activities, clubs, or sports are you involved in at GNA?

I play volleyball, run on our track team, and am a member of the student council.

What are your plans after high school? 

After high school, I plan to continue my education while playing volleyball. I am currently undecided on my major but I would love to work with children or athletes.

What is your dream job?

My dream job is to be a pediatric physician or a coach.

If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why?

If I could have one superpower I would choose weather manipulation so it could be warmer.

What is an accomplishment you are proud of? 

An accomplishment I am proud of is getting an academic award from Harvard. (Congress of Future Medical Leaders, Award of Excellence)