She may co-star on a reality show and have a budding career as a fashion model but Kendall Jenner is still a schoolgirl at heart.The second youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan reminded everyone that is still in high school, as the 16-year-old attended the State Football Bowl Championship yesterday at The Home Depot Center in Carson, California.
Dressed in her cheerleading uniform, the young star joined the other cheerleaders from Sierra Canyon High School located in Chatsworth to rally their team, The Trailblazers.
Go team: Kendall Jenner cheered on her high school football team yesterday during a championship game in Carson, California
Her long brown hair was pulled back and she sported a full face of make up.
Apparently Kendall's school spirit helped because her team defeated its competitors to win the Division IV game.
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Look at that: Kendall and a fellow cheerleader point to something on the football field
Outside of school, Kendall has started to attend events and jobs all on her own.
According to Star Magazine, she has also officially been given the green light by her mother, Kris Jenner to start dating.
Picture perfect: The young reality star was camera ready with a full face of flawless make up
So happy: Kendall flashed her high wattage smile as she performed a cheer for her team
'My dad’s a little more strict on it,' the student stunner revealed.
But even without the prospect of dating, Kendall claims that she is enjoying filming the reality show and spending time with her family. 'We’re having so much fun,' Kendall said.
Spirited: Kendall performs an energetic cheer, which appeared to work because her team won
Bundled up: Kendall put on a pair of sweat pants to protect against the chilly temperatures
Keeping warm: Kendall sported a long-sleeved warm up suit when she wasn't cheering
Daddy's little girl: Kendall's father Bruce Jenner beamed with pride as he watched his daughter her team'Kylie and I are really happy… We weren’t really a big deal in the show a while ago… We didn’t even really wanna be in it, in the show too much, we were just not into it, we were in school, we wanted to be with our friends, have fun, play dates, whatever.'
The two youngest members of the family are about to spend a lot more time on front of the camera.
It was recently announced that the duo will soon be getting their own reality show.
Snack time: Kendall grabbed a quick bite to eat as she took in the action on the football field