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Calleigh B.


2018-19 Cover Kid Calleigh B. showed her American pride for her cover shoot. This two-time Cover Kid will be heading to high school this fall, where she will be taking all AP classes. She’s one smart cookie, and she’s also extremely friendly and always willing to lend a helping hand. Calleigh enjoys reading and playing the clarinet, and she actually taught herself how to play the piano, too! She’s currently working on creating her own WEBTOON series with a friend, and when she gets older, she hopes to become either a psychologist or a psychiatrist because she wants to help others. She is the daughter of Brittney M. and Adam B.

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