She's been nominated by her peers for homecoming court,
She just may be the most popular girl at school.
"She makes everyone like happy and laugh and she's really sweet," said Brittany Kelley, one of Neves' classmates.
Just walk through the Rotan High School halls and you'll see how much she's loved.
Perhaps its her infectious laugh, her energetic spirit or simply her kindness.
Whatever it is, living with down syndrome hasn't stopped Brittany Neves from just about anything.
"She's fun to be around, she's always smiling makes you happy all the time," said Kris Neves, her brother, whose also been nominated for homecoming court.
This year is extra special, the 21 year-old has just become a senior at Rotan High School.
Now she's been nominated for homecoming queen.
"Everybody in this school is going to be rooting for her," said Barry Bozarth, Neves' teacher.
Neves has already bought her dress, shoes and jewelry.
The event may be just as special to her parents.
"It really makes us proud to know that the town of Rotan, she's special to them too," said Dixie Neves, her mom.
In the end it doesn't matter whether Neves wins or not.
"Shes already won, just from getting nominated, and getting the opportunity to walk out with the other girls and just be part of the class," said Dixie Neves.
Because she's not only won everyone's vote- she's won their hearts.
Neves' parents say that she's already participating at a special program in Sweetwater which she'll continue to go to even after she graduates next May.
Brittany's brother has also been nominated for homecoming court so there just may be a double win for the Neves family.