Student Shout Outs
Justine W. – Successfully juggling school, work, volunteering and competing!
How does a teen earn straight A’s in school, compete in the United States and International Practical Shooting (USPSA and IPSC) matches, volunteer, AND work as a stable hand at the Bradley Performance Horses ranch? Justine W. says, that balancing practice and the horses, all while managing straight A’s in school is hard, but with Whitmore, I can do school “Anytime – Anyplace”.
Justine is a professional shooter and travels all over the world for competitions. In 2018 she broke two national records and became the youngest (she is 14) USPSA Grand Master and the youngest female IPSC Production National champion. While competing, she is judged for speed, power and accuracy. To qualify as a Grand Master, her score must be 95% – 100%!
This is no surprise, as Justine tackles everything she does with grit and determination. She has earned straight A’s at Whitmore School! With her love of horses, she also holds a part-time job at Bradley Performance Horses where she feeds and exercises the horses, and also mucks out the stalls.See more Student Shout Outs