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Meet a Princess: Kayla Prewitt, Curtis High School

Meet Daffodil Princess Kayla Prewitt, a senior at Curtis High School.

The Daffodil Festival is more than just a parade, and the young women who represent their high schools as Princesses were selected for their future ambitions and passion for community service. Now, they are recognized as official ambassadors of Pierce County.

Learn more about the 2013 Royal Court in our Meet a Princess Q&A series!

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Name: Kayla Prewitt

Age: 18

School: Curtis High School

Grade: Senior

What accomplishments brought you to the Daffodil Festival? The main accomplishment that has brought me to the festival is my ability to keep smiling. Sometimes high school life is understated--things can get pretty tough. But I still start every day off smiling and now I'm in a community of 23 other ladies who have the same positive attitude.

What are your future plans? Next year I plan on attending Whitworth University to earn a degree in Special Education and later go on to become an autism specialist. I would also like to see the world, have a family, and go on many adventures. 

Who is someone you admire? My grandmother is one of my biggest inspirations. She came from Japan and raised my father as a first generation American. Her unwavering courage in the face of adversity will never cease to amaze me.

In 10 years, I will be… probably just as confused as I am now about what I want to do. But that's okay! Because I know I'll be happy and surrounded by people whom I love.

One of my hidden talents is… Mario Kart. As a part time nanny and babysitter, I've mastered every course! I'm basically a professional.

Lisa Hussain February 13, 2013 at 06:55 PM
Congratulations KAYLA ! on all your hard work and accomplishments. Keep Smiling! I wish you the very best in the future! So good to see another wonderful student from Curtis Senior High full of determination to achieve her goals .Let’s not forget to Congratulate her parents, and all the hard working supportive teachers and staff that make it possible for these students to follow the right path. I am a proud parent of a senior at Curtis who is so grateful to have had the pleasure of having my son attend there! Go VIKS!!!!!
Kari Bradley April 03, 2013 at 06:48 PM
Yay, Kayla! We are so proud of you. :-) Your positive attitude and personality just radiate and we truly appreciate your commitment to the Daffodil organization. Can't wait to see you in the parade in the very near future!

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