West Lincoln High angler scores 29 on ACT

Brumfield is a bright STAR — West Lincoln senior scores 29 on ACT

If enthusiasm could be bottled and sold, Nick Brumfield would be a millionaire.

The West Lincoln High School senior would make a great pitch man for his school, where he’s president of as many clubs as he could fit into his schedule.

The 18-year-old son of Lyle and Sharon Brumfield, of Bogue Chitto, is active to say the least.

“Anything we have, I try to be in it. I definitely keep myself busy without a doubt,” he said. “I just love to be involved in any way I can. I don’t want to sit by the wayside. I definitely want to make my presence known.”

He’s president of FCA, Student Council, Senior Beta Club, the Academic Team and his senior class. He’s a member of the SATP Honor Club and the bass fishing team and he’s been the manager of the Bears’ basketball team for all four years of high school.

Brumfield is also West Lincoln’s STAR Student. He chose his former coach and history teacher Brooks Smith as his STAR Teacher.

The pair were recognized in a ceremony held Thursday by the Mississippi Economic Council and its M.B. Swayze Foundation in the Student-Teacher Achievement Recognition Program.

Brumfield scored a 29 on his ACT. He took it four times with the goal of getting the best score he could. While his English was a near perfect score, his math and science pulled his composite down slightly.

“I wasn’t aiming for a 36, but it would have been wonderful to make it,” he said….Full Story