• May 2023

    Junior Camille Christeon is a person who is well respected, always willing to help students and staff, and generously supports others through encouragement, with thought, and patience.  She constantly does good work while maintaining a busy schedule.  Her class schedule consists of Honors and Advance Placement courses. Camille has earned the MHS Academic Distinction Award Summa Cum Laude her freshman and sophomore years. Camille is a member of National Honor Society, an encore Choir Officer, an encore Dance Captain, and is a member of Recycling Club, Key Club, Spanish Club, HUDDLE, Hope Squad, and VOFT.  Camille is also a member of the MHS Varsity Golf Team.  Camilli volunteers in the Joyce B. Ebner Tutoring Center as a peer tutor and volunteers for Bright Star Books in Akron which collects and redistributes new and gently-used children’s books.  She works at Castle Noel as a tour guide. She plans on attending university, studying biology/pre-medicine.  Camille is the daughter of Mark and Michelle Christeon.

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    Junior Reed Hinkle is described as one of the most hardworking, intelligent, and driven students at Medina High School.  Reed is always willing to take on extra initiatives no matter what the task. He truly has a heart for service and represents the best of MHS,  Reed’s class schedule consists of Honors and Advance Placement courses.  He has earned the MHS Academic Distinction Award Summa Cum Laude his freshman and sophomore years.  Reed is a member of National Honor Society, Student Council, Link Crew, HUDDLE, Medina County Junior Leadership, and the Smart Family Foundation.  Reed is also a member of the MHS Varsity Football Team.  He volunteers at his church working with technology and is helping with the renovations of Cups Cafe.  Reed plans on attending university, studying architecture.  Reed is the son of Korey and Shelly Hinkle.

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