Two DHS students recognized

DAVISON — Two Davison High School student are among the 100 High School Students America Needs to Know About. Chloe Hinkley and Zoe Rhines were both recognized in the annual list compiled by Workforce and Career Readiness.

Chloe is recognized as an exceptional cellist, and twin sister, who aspires to one day be a successful movie prop designer. She has a passion for making things and wants to design and build animatronics. In Chloe’s free time she creates moving dinosaurs and foxes and other objects. She is taking her second engineering class at Davison with the primary goal of learn more about robots to grow her animatronics knowledge.

Chloe volunteers with the school play by helping design and build props. Through all this great desire and ambition, she is a very kindhearted loving person who is passionate about the feelings of people and animals. Chloe is a valuable team player who strives for good grades and a positive attitude.

Zoe is a dedicated athlete who participates in volleyball as a player, mentor, and referee. She aspires to be a chemical engineer and already dedicates herself to a part time job. She demonstrates her hard work in class with a high GPA and her through her outstanding scores on AP exams.

She helps others in class which is a rare trait in a world where others just do for you instead of guide you. Zoe volunteers after school for a variety of activities, leads a variety of clubs, and volunteers at church. As a teenager she is already an outstanding citizen with big dreams and the ability to achieve them.

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