Bailee Jo Argyle — 2017 high schooler who will change the world


Student: Bailee Jo Argyle
School: Spanish Fork High School
Parents Joe & Nikki Argyle

Bailee Jo Argyle demonstrated her love of animals as she brought a baby pig to this photoshoot — and her academic excellence parallels her agricultural achievements.

Mini-resume 3.8 GPA, Spanish Fork FFA Sentinel 2015-16, State FFA Degree, Spanish Fork FFA President 2016-17, Sterling Scholar Skilled and Technical Science, STEM Ambassador.

Plans after high school I will serve as the Utah FFA State Sentinel for 2017-18. Then I will attend USU and get my degree in agriculture education.

Guilty pleasure I love being outdoors — shooting my bow, riding horses, showing pigs at stock shows and hanging with the cows.

No. 1 thing you’ve learned in high school In a couple of years no one is going to remember if you were popular or not. Don’t let school get in the way of your education. You will get out of it what you put into it. If you have a good attitude and work hard, you will make great memories.

Best high school memory During one of my agriculture classes, we were going to teach students how to judge chicken. We accidentally let a couple loose and had to chase them down. It was a good 20 minutes of chasing chickens all over the AG Building — under and over desks — before we caught them all.

How will you change the world? By being me, the one and only Bailee Jo Argyle. If I can be true to myself, I can influence and encourage others to be themselves.

See all 22 of our 2017 “high schoolers who will change the world” here.


Utah Valley is Lindsey's home away from her Colorado Springs home. She writes for Utah Valley Magazine, and Prosper Magazine. Follow her on Twitter: @lindsey5brooke.

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