Today's Scholar of the Week isn't taking it easy during her senior year.
Whitney Falor says her loaded schedule will only make things easier as she heads to college this fall.
Whitley Falor may not be terribly excited to graduate this spring, because she knows she has another seven years of school ahead of her.
"Whitley is always striving to get the most out of her education," says her student council advisor Tia Jandreau.
She plans to follow in her sister's footsteps at USD.
"After I graduate from USD for a masters in speech communication and speech therapy," says Whitley.
This future speech therapist wants to work with kids in a school.
Her favorite classes are Spanish and government.
And when she's not busy with a laundry list of activities, she has a good use for her free time.
"I'm really big with family - I've traveled to Europe and New York, I like to hang with friends," says Whitley.
She also works a part-time job at a local gas station.
She'll graduate with her class of 18 from Kimball High School - and looks forward to what comes next.
"Whitley would be great at anything. she has a lot of talent in lots of areas and being successful at that," says Jandreau.
Central Electric Cooperative Association is sending Whitley a hundred dollar scholarship for her hard work.
That's a local Touchstone Energy Cooperative.