One minute she's dominating the WNBL. Next minute Jade Melbourne's studying for her final Year 12 exam.
The 18-year-old guard will have the Canberra Capitals' flight from Mackay to Cairns for her final swotting, before "teacher" and co-captain Kelsey Griffin sits her down to do her health exam.
Then it'll be back basketball as she looks to help keep the Capitals' three-game winning streak going when they take on the Sydney Flames on Saturday night.
Melbourne has burst onto the WNBL scene since making her Capitals debut in round one against Adelaide.
While she didn't score in that game, she's built to her game-high 20 points in Canberra's win over the Melbourne Boomers on Wednesday night - all in the space of a week.
That's all come while also having to study in the WNBL bubble up in Far North Queensland - more than 1800 kilometres from the Lake Ginninderra secondary college where she studies as part of the Basketball Australia centre of excellence.
"I've got my health exam [on Friday]. I'll get studying today and hopefully I'll do alright on that," Melbourne said.
"We've had enough down time that I've been able to do an hour or so here and there, but I'm just loving the basketball to be honest.
"I haven't paid too much attention to the studies ... [the WNBL] is a good way to break it up for sure.
"It's kind of happened really quickly. It was only a month ago that I got asked to come up to the bubble, but I'm loving everything.
"The team's great, we're playing really good basketball so I'm just enjoying the experience."
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Capitals coach Paul Goriss hasn't had to schedule study breaks into the training schedule, with Melbourne keeping on top of things under her own steam.
Instead, it's been him who's had to do some homework - coming up with plays for Melbourne given how she's going.
He's labelled her the "smiling assassin" for her happy demeanour on court.
Goriss said having the centre of excellence in his backyard allowed him to see the young talent coming through.
Despite the Capitals' hot streak - and the fact the Flames have only won one of their four games - he said Sydney shaped as a danger game.
"Now I find myself drawing up plays for Jade because she can be that dominant in this league and she's proved that she an score at this level," Goriss said.
"She's definitely in the top echelon of players that have debuted in the WNBL and just been so impactful at both ends of the floor."
Goriss revealed the capitals haven't been tested for the coronavirus and hadn't had to do anything different, despite the Lightning being forced into quarantine.
Adelaide tested negative, but still have to isolate because of the COVID-19 cluster that's sprung up in the northern suburbs of the City of Churches.
While it continues to be business as usual for the capitals, Goriss has warned his team to expect fixture changes when the Lightning return to the court and stop catching up games.
"It's really unfortunate for Adelaide to be in quarantine, but we haven't had to be tested at all," he said.
"All of their tests came back negative. I think they've got to quarantine for the next seven days.
"We'll do everything we can as other teams and the league to support them however we can."
WNBL ROUND TWO
Saturday: Canberra Capitals v Sydney Uni Flames at Cairns, 9.35pm.