Senior spotlight: Jenna Bynum

Senior spotlight: Jenna Bynum

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Senior spotlight: Jenna Bynum

Cayla Rivas | The Feather Online

 2018 senior spotlight of Jenna Bynum.

The class of 2018 closes their high school career as they look forward to their future beyond FC. Before graduation, The Feather chose seniors to spotlight every week to get to know them a little better. This is the 2018 senior spotlight of Jenna Bynum.

How long have you attended FCS? 

Since pre-school.

What’s your favorite hobby?/ what do you do in your free time?

Playing soccer and cheering, I played soccer for all four years of high school and cheered for two.

What’s your plan after you graduate?

I plan to attend Fresno Pacific University with a major in liberal studies and become a special education teacher!

What has been your favorite thing about high school?

My favorite thing about high school is all of the friends I made along the way and finally was able to realize who my real friends are!

What advice would give students about high school that you wish you knew?

I would tell students not to listen to what everybody has to say and always be yourself. Don’t change to fit in with a group; it’s okay to stand out and be different!

For more senior spotlights, visit Senior spotlight: Joey Huang.

Mark your calendar for senior graduation! The ceremony starts at 7 p.m. at Peoples Church auditorium, May 24.

This author can be reached via twitter @RivasCayla via email: Cayla Rivas

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About the Author:

Cayla Rivas
Cayla Rivas, ‘18, passionately pursues motorcycle racing, art, and photography as all three exhibit an explosive intimacy that reveals her persona. As a photojournalist on The Feather for two years, she captures the heartbeat of the community. Her organic art showcases beauty in the human form. In her high school career, she received the CSPA Gold Crown award, two All American titles as a cheerleader and broke twelve land speed records through the AMA and SCTA racing divisions. Thanks to Feather advisers, Cayla advanced in photojournalistic skills and found a love for capturing people’s raw emotions through her lens. Unveiling a moment in time otherwise unseen by the rest of the world motivates her pursuit of excellence. She hopes to attend the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and eventually become a known photographer traveling for National Geographic magazine.

One Comment

  1. Kaylie Clem
    Kaylie Clem April 12, 2018 at 12:23 pm - Reply

    Beautiful pictures Cayla! Jenna you’re the cutest!

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