Long hair, high cheek bones, and piercing brown eyes are just a few of the things that make Tia Nayar a beautiful person! She is not only extremely glamorous, she’s very giving – Tia spends a lot of her free time volunteering in her community, coaching younger athletes, and tutoring other students at Liberty High School, in Frisco, Texas.

The volleyball all-star was awarded the title of Captain her junior year at Liberty High School, and when we asked her what her college plans were during our shoot at the Shops of Legacy she told us: “I am looking to get a volleyball scholarship! I haven’t narrowed down the list yet.”

A Little Bit About Tia

School/Class: Liberty High School - 2015

What colleges are you interested in?

I am looking to get a volleyball scholarship. I haven’t narrowed down the list yet.

What would you like to major in?

Biology - Kinesiology and then chiropractic school

What are your favorite clothing stores?

Charlotte Russe and Forever 21

What type of music do you listen to?

Country and pop music

Do you have any favorite sports teams?

Dallas Mavs

What is your favorite hang out spot?

Driving around with friends, mall and clubs

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