The senior scholar athlete said sustaining perfect grades is not an easy task.
"It's hard at times to get everything done, but it's a big discipline that I have for myself," said Corinne. "I don't overbook myself and make sure I get everything done that needs to be done before I do stuff that is just because I want to."
When she's not nose deep in a book, the 3-year letter-man and marching band enthusiast spends much of her time playing the saxophone. She said her favorite class of the day is music.
"I like how we are able to express ourselves in what we play, and we get to be completely crazy," said Corinne.
Corinne's received Renaissance Awards in more than 10 different subjects and is involved in a variety of clubs.
"I like to show people that you can do a bunch of stuff and be involved, and you can still have good grades and do well in school," said Corinne.
Corinne has plans to attend Washington State University where she'll pursue a major in communication and a minor in music.