On this evening, the newly-elected Grambling State University Laboratory Schools’ queens will be crowned at a coronation.Representing Grambling High School is Kyrah Hill.
Recently, Hill, a 12th grade honor student, was recognized by Ruston’s Rotary Club as Grambling High School’s October Student of the Month.
Hill is a member of the student council, the Future Business Leaders of America, 4-H club, the Dynamic DuMaine Dance team and the Lady Kittens Softball team. In addition, she remains active in her church and community by singing in the church choir and at nursing homes and by participating with the group It’s a Girl Thing! Participants of this group discuss different topics that will help them serve as an example for other young women to follow.
This past summer Hill attended GSU’s High Ability Program and earned six college credit hours. During this school year, she is enrolled at Grambling through their Dual-Enrollment Program and is taking the lab and lecture for physics.
Hill, the daughter of Alfred and Virginia Hill, has prepared herself for her future. She said, “After graduating from Grambling High School, I will attend a 4-year university, receive a bachelor’s degree, go to medical school and become a pediatrician.”
“My parents have always promoted the value of education in my life. I would like to thank them for their love, support and guidance throughout my educational career,” said Hill.
Ki Deloney is Miss Grambling Middle School. “I decided to run for Miss Grambling Middle School because I felt that I would represent our school well.” She says she was surprised and happy when she heard the election results.
Deloney, the daughter of Kiyyah Deloney, is an avid reader who likes Web surfing. In addition, the gifted and talented honor student is a member of the band, track team and 4-H. At her church, Lewis Temple C.M.E. of Grambling, she reads.
Deloney says a queen should carry herself with pride, self-respect and respect for others, all qualities she seems to possess. Most importantly, both Ki and her mother know the importance of academic. Ki is a gifted and talented honor student
Miss Alma J. Brown is fifth grader Trinity Page, who says she wanted to be Miss AJB so she can make people proud. Page’s favorite subject is art, which is no surprise since she likes to draw. Like Deloney, Page is active in her church and helps in her Sunday School.
Page, the daughter of Shonnette Hayes-Page and Trent Page, believes a queen should be responsible, nice, talented and independent. According to her mother, she is all of the aforementioned and more.
“Trinity is a good child. She is serious about her academics and is already making plans for her future,” said Hayes-Page.
A Night at the Museum is the theme for this year’s coronation, which is being held on the campus of GSU in the T. H. Harris Auditorium.