This summer Rollins was tapped into the 4-H All-Stars, which is the highest honor a 4-H member can receive, and is also regarded as her biggest accomplishment through 4-H. "It has been a goal of mine for many years and achieving it meant a lot, being that my mother, my sister, and I were the first ones in our family to receive this award," she said.
Throughout all of the activities and memories that Baylee has acquired throughout the years, her favorite memory was from this past summer at 4-H Congress, where she took the Cow Reproduction Class. During the class she learned how to artificially inseminate a cow and find its cervix through the cow's rectal tract.
"4-H has taught me to be a leader and to stand up for what is right, even if it's not what everyone else is doing," Rollins said.
Rollins will be attending Germanna Community College where she will continue to to pursue her dreams of becoming a Registered Nurse and then transfer to the University of Virginia where she will obtain her Bachelors in Science of Nursing (BSN).