Avery Pile's picture


  • ( May-2022 )
  • Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA

About (Summary)

I am currently a student at East Jessamine High School and the Jessamine Career and Technology Center (JCTC). I am taking two dual credit classes at my high school. These are College Algebra and MSU English Writing 100. I am also in the Biomedical Science pathway at JCTC. Currently, I am taking a class called Biomedical Innovations. I am also involved in lots of extracurricular activities. I am a member of beta club, NHS, and Sources of Strength (SOS). SOS is a club at my school that aims to lift the students of East high with kindness and community service. I am also on my school's cheer-leading team, and take piano lessons. Lastly, I had the honor of being a 2021 Governor's Scholar.


East Jessamine High School
2018 to 2022

Your Major

Biomedical Science

Language Proficiency


Honors and Awards

"Best Teammate" award
This award was given to me for my freshman year of high school. I received this award for always helping my teammates when they are in need. I was so thrilled to know that my team considered me their best teammate. I will continue to be a great teammate.
Rookie of the Year
This award means that I was one of the important “new recruits” to the team. I was honored to be considered the rookie of the year that year. This award is important to me because it gives me confidence in knowing that I brought a lot to the team.
Cheerleader of the Month
cheerleader of the month is someone who is seen pushing through every routine, keeping a positive attitude throughout everything, and hitting all of their stunts to the best of their ability.
KEES Money
I have been awarded $2,000 total in KEES money. This is due to my exceptional ACT score and GPA.
All A honor roll
Throughout my high school experience, I have maintained all A's.
Fundraising award
I was awarded an echo dot by my coach because I sold the most clothing from our store! I am proud of this award because it shows that I am dedicated to fundraising for my cheer team.
Student of the month
I was awarded student of the month, which is January. My very sweet AP Biology teacher wrote this about me: “Avery works so hard and completes all of her work as expected. She is a wonderful Biology student and goes the extra mile!”
Sophomore Representative
My sophomore year of highschool, I was chosen to be sophomore representative along with one of my other friends. I had to campaign for this position, and was voted for by the student body. This position meant a lot to me.
Freshman class Secretary
I was freshman class secretary my freshman year. I was chosen for this position by the head of the student council. I am proud of this accomplishment because I was contributing something to the student council, instead of just being a general member.
ACT 25+
I have taken the ACT many times and have a composite score of 28 and a super-score of 29.
Transition ready
In the state of Kentucky, our school is held accountable for students being transition ready, whether it is college ready or career ready. I am college ready because I have met all minimum benchmarks on the ACT.
Governor's Scholar
In the summer of 2021, I had the honor of attending the Governor's Scholars Program and graduating as a Governor's Scholar. The GSP was an extraordinary experience, and I am very honored and gratful that I was given an opportunity to be a part of it.
Accelerated class recommendations
I've been recommended to take multiple acceleration classes throughout my high school career. This is because I am above average in English, Math, and Science. These awards/recommendations are important because it shows that I am a fast pace learner.
Beta club invitation
I was invited to be a part of my school’s Beta club because I have above a 3.5 GPA. This invitation is a great honor for me because I get to be a part of something that makes an impact on the world.
NHS invitation
I am proud to have been chosen for this group because it shows that I have leadership and character. This is important to be because making an impact on the world is important to me.
Explore club invitation
Explore club is a club that I was a part of to get me ready for the GSP application. Unfortunately, this club wasn't run like normal due to COVID. However, I am still honored to be a part of it because it shows that I had what it took to be in the GSP!
SOS (sources of strength) peer leader
Being a sources of strength peer leader is a position that I was recommended, and appointed for. Being a peer leader means that I am a good role model for the rest of the students in my school. I am glad that my counselors have seen my potential.
JCTC Ambassador
I am honored to be a 2021-2022 JCTC Ambassador. As an ambassador, I am responsible for portraying leadership skills to the underclassmen that are considering being a part of the pathway I am in (Biomedical Science).
"All Around" Award
My cheer coach awarded this to me at our end-of-the-year banquet for being the best "all around" cheerleader. This means that whenever and wherever they needed me, I was able to step in.

Grad School Interests

I want to go to medical school at UK so that I can reach my goal of being a Dermatologist.

Intended Job Path

I am very interested in Dermatology. I already have lots of knowledge on skin care, and try to have the best skin care routine. I would love to be a Dermatologist.

Job Experience

Cracker Barrel
July, 2020 to September, 2020
To-Go Server
Cracker Barrel
September, 2020 to August, 2021
Cracker Barrel
August, 2021 to October, 2021
Family friend
June, 2019 to June, 2020


Group Leader
Animation Station at Southland Christian Church
July, 2019 to April, 2020
Packing backpacks for men's shelter
Southland Christian Church
December, 2019


I am a cheerleader. I have been cheering for my school as well as other gyms since the 6th grade. Cheer-leading has given me life long friendships, a way to be active, and something fun to be a part of. I wouldn't choose any other sport to play. I love being a cheerleader. I am also a pianist. I have been taking piano lessons since I was six years old. I recently took a break from taking lessons, however I've made an effort to start taking them again. This has been difficult due to COVID, so I have been playing the piano on my own until lessons open back up again. Additionally, I am a server at Cracker Barrel. I enjoy my job because the Cracker Barrel team is very nice, and I make good money. I usually go in for 4 hour shifts, and work as hard as I can. Lastly, I am a high school student. I go to school from 7:45 am- 12 pm every day. I take two dual credit classes, and a Biomedical Innovations class at JCTC. I take College Algebra and MSU English Writing 100. I get to leave school at 12 because I am ahead of the game, and have taken all the classes I need to graduate already. I have work block and make my way over to Cracker Barrel after school.


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