Christine Busby is a leader and has a long history with her high school, Saint Vincent's Academy. This is her senior year and it's quite busy. That's because she's senior class president.
"I organize my class meetings, and get everyone together for other events, plus, I'll be organizing class reunions in the future," she said. "So I guess I'm stuck with that job the rest of my life."
And on top of that, she's heavily involved in extracurricular activities. "I love to play sports," she said. "I run cross country. That's a new one for me."
She's doing that to get in shape for the upcoming soccer season, which--when it comes to sports--is her first pick. She plays midfield and first learned of the sport when she was just five years old.
"I didn't know what it was," she told us. "I saw it on TV and was like 'I want to play that.'"
Christine isn't quite sure if she wants to play in the future, but does know this much: "I do want to go to college. I just don't know where yet. I could be a big school or a little school."
With her leadership skills, and her winning attitude it seems she is certainly on the right track.
Christine Busby, this week's WTOC Top Teen.
Christine has a lot of history at Saint Vincent's academy. She is in the fifth generation of her family to attend school there.
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