Rodeo has been a huge part of Senior Tayler Felton’s high school career and life. Felton participates in breakaway roping, team roping, cutting, pole bending, and barrel racing through rodeo. The sport has taken her across the state and country, including the High School National Finals Rodeo in Wyoming last year.
Along with rodeo, Felton has been active in Oasis’ Student Council. The class helped create her favorite memories, including the Disneyland Leadership trip and gave her a mentor in Mrs. Lisa Swan. “A teacher and mentor that I would like to thank is Mrs. Swan. She is the best!”
“My time at Oasis was memorable and went by quickly.” continues Felton. “So my advice for future students is to get your work turned in on time and make sure you have fun during your high school years.”
Felton will graduate in May with both her high school diploma and Associate of Arts degree through Western Nevada College.
After graduation, she will attend Tarleton State University in Texas where she will earn her bachelor's degree in Equine Business Management. She will also continue her rodeo career in Texas.