Advertisement

Bella Jay Bickley


Bella Jay Bickley loves to stay busy. The 10-year-old fourth grader at Parkview Baptist School is an active volunteer, dancer and athlete in addition to keeping up with her academic pursuits.

“She loves to volunteer her time to help in the community, and that’s what makes her amazing to me,” says Brooke Bickley, Bella Jay’s mom. Bella Jay is a junior volunteer for the Bella Bowman Foundation, a local nonprofit supporting pediatric brain cancer patients, families and research. “She enjoys that more than anything in the whole world.”

Bella Jay helps the foundation in a number of ways, from selling books and lemonade to collecting toys. “She loves doing that throughout the year,” Brooke says. Bella Jay also sets up a box at her dad’s, Doug Bickley’s, office to collect donations for people experiencing homelessness. 

As a member of the competition squad for Center Stage Performing Arts Academy, Bella Jay competes as a singer and dancer. Bella Jay uses her talents to encourage classmates as part of her school’s elementary cheerleading squad. She participates in other sports too, including swim team in the summer, cross country in the fall and basketball in the winter.

Big sister to five-year-old brother Boston, Bella Jay loves to read and started a book club with friends. She’s part of accelerated English and accelerated reader groups at school and qualified for the Duke University Talent Identification Program.

Whether reading, competing or volunteering, Bella Jay is definitely one amazing kid.

Reviews

2 Reviews
Jane Netterville
Saint Joseph la
Awesome

Amazing young lady.

February 2020

Did you find this review helpful?

0
Donna Courtney
Shreveport, LA
Bella Jay giving back.

Great story of an amazing child. Bella Jay works hard, is smart, beautiful and has a big heart. ❤️

February 2020

Did you find this review helpful?

0

31 Jan 2020


By Mari Walker

Recent Articles more articles

Summer is Coming

in A Day in the Life of Dad

Alright, here is the warning shot with a twist for all my Game of Thrones fans, SUMMER IS COMING. We must get ready. What does that mean? Well, I–being the optimist I am–believe we will be back to a much closer-to-normal summer than last year, with s

Ochsner Baton Rouge Launches ‘InstaEat’ Mobile App for Cafeteria

in Local News

Ochsner Baton Rouge now offers InstaEat, a mobile app that helps users electronically order and pay for meals from the hospital cafeteria.

Surviving Spring Sports: A Parent’s Guide

in Things To Do, Family Life, Summer Fun

As the older sister of a lifelong baseball player, I spent many hours at the ballpark. When it came time to sign my son up for spring T-Ball, I wasn’t worried–I had been living the baseball mom life for years! I was way ahead of the game.

Child Advocacy Center Offers Free Virtual Abuse Prevention Tool

in Health and Wellness, Things To Do, Local News

In response to increased demand for virtual abuse prevention training, The CARE Center now offers its online ROAR program without cost to organizations that serve children.

Featured Listings more listings

Kid-Possible Summer Camp

in Day Camps

Kid-Possible is a summer day camp in Baton Rouge, La., for boys and girls 6 to 12 years old. With a focus on building enriched experiences for our campers, our camp structure focuses on making each day fun, balanced, and full of excitement!

Advertisement
Newsletter