Two ICCS Seniors Named Commercial Appeal Academic All-Stars

Kaitlyn Greenwood, a senior, is an excellent math student who doubled up on math courses so she could take Dual Enrollment Calculus this year. She holds a 4.5 weighted grade point average and scored 27 on the ACT. After taking Honors Algebra as a freshman, she then took Honors Algebra II and Honors Geometry during her sophomore year. As a junior, she took Dual Enrollment Pre-Calculus at Christian Brothers University and is taking Calculus there this year. In addition, she balances Advanced Placement classes with extensive leadership roles.  Known as a student who makes a major impact on the school, Kaitlyn sets the tone for excellence in everything she does. She is Class President, Beta Club President, editor of the school newspaper, student ambassador, co-president of Teens for Life and vice-president of the French Club. She was selected to represent the school at Volunteer Girls State and was selected by Birmingham Southern College to attend a weeklong leadership camp. She is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, the National Honor Society and Mock Trial Team. She will have completed more than 150 service hours by graduation.

ICCS senior Hadley Eyre Cavender is passionate about the arts. She holds a 4.19 weighted grade point average and is a member of the National Honor Society and the Beta Club. To Hadley Eyre, art is a means of self-expression, and she finds her fulfillment in taking photographs and drawing. She participated from age 4 to 13 in Art Stew, an art summer camp and now assists with the camp by helping the children with clay and painting on canvas. Hadley Eyre is a two-time winner of the Memphis College of Art Photography Contest twice, receiving MCA scholarships for the awards. Other awards include the Memphis Fire Prevention Poster Contest, a Cooper-Young Festival Young Artist Contest, Tennessee Department of Safety Poster Contest, and Catholic Diocese of Memphis Art Show. Her volunteer activities include Art Stew, Schilling Gardens, Meals on Wheels and St. Peter’s Villa.

Posted by Laura Hughes at 2:29 PM
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