Resurrection High student featured in “Rustic Spirit Spotlights”

A senior at Resurrection High School in Pascagoula is featured in “Rustic Spirit Spotlights” for her amazing impact work.

“Rustic Spirit Spotlights” is a collection of stories that shine on teen change-makers all over the country.

17-year-old Bailey Bosarge was highlighted and awarded for her commitment to serving others.

This past year, Bosarge regularly volunteered at a local nonprofit by passing out food plates to the homeless in the community.

She also recently had the opportunity to go to Mound Bayou, Mississippi, to help finish a thrift store and food bank — where she painted for hours and played with local children.

“I’ve been at Resurrection since I was four, and so it’s always been ingrained in me to serve,” Bosarge said. “It’s helped me become more confident and it’s something I want to continue my entire life.”

“We do teach our students all about service, being the hands and feet of Jesus, and so to see Bailey,” said Resurrection High principal Kristal Sisson “and all of our seniors, really all of our students, embrace service and get to the point where they really honestly truly desire to serve others is very rewarding as their principal.”

Bosarge wants to continue serving others after graduation by pursuing a career as a pediatric nurse.

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