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A Step Above: Jackie Mason

Jackie Mason

Green Valley High School

Class of 2020

Green Valley High School Student Body President Jackie Mason attacks everything with a strong-willed mind and a penchant for adapting to any situation. When things get sticky, she calls upon qualities she’s learned from people she admires most: patience, perseverance, determination, logic and smarts. This powerful combination helps her see seemingly insurmountable projects and assignments through to completion, while bringing on a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment when the job is well done. With goals that include encouraging school pride and a sense of inclusion, continuing an impeccable athletic and academic track record, and setting a positive example for others, Jackie Mason is– A Step Above.  

G.P.A.: 4.2


  • Varsity Competition Cheer- 2016-2018
  • Varsity Swim and Dive- 2017-Present
  • Varsity Track and Pole Vault- 2016-2017
  • Varsity Cross Country, 2019-2020
  • Madrigals Choir, 2016-2017
  • Class President, 2016/2018
  • Class Vice President, 2017
  • Student Body President, 2019-2020
  • National Charity League, 2013-Present
  • Roller Skating Club Founder and President, 2018-Present

Awards/Community Service:    

  • Top All-American Cheerleader, 2016-2018
  • Top Scholar Athlete–GVHS Cheer, 2017-2018
  • Game Day National Champion, 2018
  • Silver Star Award, 2016-Present
  • National Gold Star of Excellence, 2016-Present
  • National Charity League, 2014-Present
  • Volunteer Work, 2014-Present: Lullaby Connection, Children’s Heart Foundation, Spread the Word NV, Opportunity Village, Delmar Gardens, Three Square Food Bank, Families for Effective Autism Treatment, Operation Homefront, Joy Prom, F.E.A.T., NV Childhood Cancer Foundation, Hopelink, Boys & Girls Club Henderson, Make A Wish, Grant A Gift for Autism, Children’s Heart Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation

What are your top priorities as Student Body President? “My top priorities as SBP are to bring back a high level of spirit and pride at GVHS, maintain our NV Association of Student Council involvement and obtain the National Gold Council of Excellence Award.”

Is leadership something that comes naturally to you? “Yes. From the day I learned how to speak I always wanted to be in charge. I am an extroverted, outgoing individual who loves to serve and help others. I have just learned how to positively channel those leadership qualities.”

What accomplishment(s) are you most proud of and why? “I am most proud of becoming Student Body President, due to the fact that I was not in Student Council coming into high school. I proved to myself that leadership comes from within an individual, not the amount of years of experience. I am also proud of maintaining a 4.0 throughout high school, and balancing sports along with health and activities.”

Which of your many community service endeavors has affected you the most? “NV Childhood Cancer Foundation has changed my outlook on life in a major way. I have learned to never take life or one’s capabilities for granted. There are people who would kill to merely get out of bed, and I have the ability to run, flip, and live my everyday life.”

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