Tia Probst

About Me

Tia Probst is a current senior at Teutopolis High School. She is involved in student council, National Honors Society, varsity club, science club, and Volunteens. Tia is a setter for the varsity volleyball team and a pitcher on the varsity softball team. Outside of school, Tia enjoys being with her friends and family, playing travel softball, shopping, and being outside. She is currently employed as a hostess at Gopher's Grill and gives pitching lessons as well. Tia is going to continue her academic and softball career for the first two years at Parkland College and then plans to transfer on to a four year university. Tia is most excited to learn about marketing and how to take on the business world.

"From the first day of CEO, I knew that this program was completely different from a basic school class. This class is a unique and positive atmosphere that gives students the opportunity to learn about multiple leaders and business owners in our community. I am ready to take an open mind into the business world and open my eyes to all of the aspects of CEO. Along with this, I am so excited to see what the CEO Class of 2022 is going to get involved with and accomplish."

About My Business

Story 7 Jewelry, created by Tia Probst, is a faith-based jewelry business including rings, women's and men's necklaces, and bracelets. Unlike ordinary resale jewelry, Story 7 Jewelry is stainless steel, including hand-stamped items, either faith-related, or personalized to your desire. Their mission is to combine faith and fashion to create trendy, meaningful jewelry for women, men, and even children. Find them on social media and through their website @story7jewelry.com. Let Story 7 Jewelry help you show your passion through fashion!






DISC Characteristics

  • Decisive- preference for problem solving and getting results
  • Interactive- preference for interacting with others and showing emotion
  • Stability- preference for pacing, persistence and steadiness
  • Cautious- preference for procedures, standards and protocols