Charlie Allen is described as both responsible and dependable. If he says he will do something, you can be sure that he follows through with it. He is always willing to help others, but not taking the credit or needing to be in the spotlight. While tutoring, Charlie has a way of making the students he is helping to feel comfortable and not overwhelmed. Charlie’s MHS class schedule consists of Honors, Advance Placement and CPP courses. He has earned the MHS Academic Distinction Award Summa Cum Laude, his freshman, sophomore, and junior years. Charlie is a member of National Honor Society, serving as the NHS secretary, a three member of Ohio Math League, plays alto saxophone in the Honors Symphonic Band, was the Marching Band Alto Saxophone Section leader, and is the Woodwind Section Leaders. Charlie has played alto saxophone for the MHS Jazz band, and this year plays tenor saxophone for Stardusters. He performed in SPICE and is a member of the MHS Video Production team. Charlie volunteers in the Joyce B. Ebner Tutoring Center as a peer tutor. He also volunteers his time to Children’s Center of Medina County which provides a center for Child Advocacy, Family Visitation and Anti-Human Trafficking services. He also volunteers for Miracle League of NE Ohio, an organization providing opportunities for children and adults with special needs in Medina County a chance to play baseball in a league-based environment. Charlie works at Dairy Queen. He plans on attending Akron University, beginning his studies in general engineering. Charlie is the son of Erick and Allison Allen.
Julia Denman is described as caring, committed and humble. She is one who raises up her family and friends by helping them feel more confident when they need it most. Julia does not need to be the center of attention but has the confidence to take on the lead when needed. She has a strong work ethic and is dedicated to always doing her best. Julia’s class schedule consists of Advance Placement and College Credit Plus courses. She has earned the MHS Academic Distinction Award Summa Cum Laude her freshman, sophomore, and junior years. Julia is a member of National Honor Society, HUDDLE, and OCOM. She is also a member of the Medina Musical Marching Band Color Guard serving as Captain for the 2022 marching season. Julia is a participant in the 2023 Medina County Spring Leadership Ball. Participating students must apply, and meet additional leadership requirements, actively involve themselves in their community. Julia was a Girl Scout for eight years. She is a volunteer in the Joyce B. Ebner Tutoring Center as a peer tutor. This past summer, she volunteered for the Medina Safety Town program, Julia works at PJ Marley’s and babysits. Julia plans on attending university, and studying Early Childhood Educations, with plans on becoming a Kindergarten teacher. Julia is the daughter of Heather Cooper and Sean Denman.