The Westfield School’s tennis ace also the class salutatorian

alopez@macon.comMay 21, 2014 

Stephanie Campbell

As The Westfield School’s top tennis player, Stephanie Campbell has the ability to return everything her opponents serve her.

Her top quality on the court is her consistency, said Kay Grier, the school’s counselor.

“That carries over into her life,” Grier said. “She is consistent in every area.”

The Westfield School’s salutatorian, Campbell is planning to study veterinary medicine at the University of Georgia.

Jean Floyd, an English teacher who taught Campbell, called Campbell a “tireless worker.”

“She devoured words,” Floyd said. “She’s a great reader. She creates beautiful essays.”

Floyd also complimented Campbell for working for charitable causes as well as volunteering with groups such as the local animal shelter, blood drives and Bible School at her church.

“She is selfless because she wants to help others succeed,” Floyd said.

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