Center High School. January 24, 2018 –
On Wednesday morning, Center High School held a college letter of intent signing, for senior Taylor Nichols. Nichols has been an excellent student at Center throughout her high school years. She has been a 4-year starter in multiple varsity sports including: basketball, softball, and volleyball. She will be playing softball at Bossier Parish Community College.
Taylor’s parents Freeman and Kathy Nichols were on hand for the event. Others attending the signing were media, coaches and many of her peers, who were able to be at the early morning event at Centers’ High School Library.
She will be majoring in Criminal Justice at the two-year school which is about an hour’s drive northeast of Center, in Bossier City Louisiana.
Taylor is currently very busy playing guard for the Center Roughriders basketball team. After basketball, she will jump into a softball season where she is a leader at both hitting and playing shortstop.
BPCC was established in 1967 by the Louisiana State Legislature as a two-year institution of higher learning. In 2004 they moved to a new $55 million complex on U.S. Highway 80.