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Senior Spotlight — Jordan LeAnn Cunningham

MADISON – Jordan LeAnn Cunningham is a senior at Bob Jones High School.

“My favorite subjects from school were my engineering course and choir. They are my favorite because they require different forms of creativity,” she said.

“For choir, I had to interpret and perform music. For my engineering course, I had to find creative solutions for unique problems,” Cunningham said.

“I received superior scores at both the district and state level in theatre and six semesters of choir,” she said. Cunningham maintained a GPA of 3.25.

Cunningham participated with Patriot Singers, Young Advocates For Equality or YAFE and Mental Illness Awareness and Relief or MIAR. In addition, she is active in the Youth Ministry of St. Luke Christian Church.

Her parents are Eric and Tamisha Cunningham. Jordan’s siblings are 15-year-old Taylor Cunningham and the late Sydney Cunningham, who would have been 11 years old.

Jordan will attend Tennessee State University in Nashville. She will major in civil engineering with a minor in architecture.

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