This month, we’re celebrating South Fulton’s Super Seniors!
Meet Chloe Pierre Mitchell, the Class of 2020’s valedictorian at Hapeville Charter Career Academy. In addition to her academic achievements, she has served as president of her school’s Future Business Leaders of America club and Skills USA, and is a praise team member at World Changers Church International. She’s received acceptance letters and scholarship offers from multiple colleges. In the fall, she plans to study behavioral neuroscience.
Chloe also gives all glory to God for her success. Her favorite scripture and source of encouragement is Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me.”
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Q1: What are some of the things that you’ve been proud to accomplish during your high school career?
A1: During my high school career, I’ve had the privilege to be a part of multiple clubs and associations in school and outside of school such as Future Buisness Leaders of America, National Society of High School Scholars, National Beta Club, Skills USA, Student Ambassadors of Georgia, Student Government, and National Vitiligo Bond, Inc. Foundation. I’m proud to be apart of these clubs and associations because they have helped me grow in myself and academically and they have allowed me to accomplish self-growth and appreciation throughout high school.
Q2: How have you given back to your community?
A2: I am part of the National Vitiligo Bond Inc Foundation and I serve as a volunteer junior photographer and youth coordinator. As a youth coordinator and photographer, I get to not only photograph life-changing events, but help plan them as well. It is great to see that a small action can help impact a child’s life immensely.
Q3: What are your plans after high school? What are your career aspirations?
A3: After high school I plan to study behavioral neuroscience and study the brain, how it works and how we think. I really want to change the world and impact people lives with the knowledge I acquire through higher education.
Q4: Who has helped you the most along the way? How did they make a difference in your life?
A4: My mom and my nana have helped me so much through not only my academic journey, but my life journey. They have been there by my side each and every way to answer all my questions, nurture me and love me, and I am so thankful to God for them.
Q5: Based on your high school experience, what advice would you give to the members of the Class of 2021?
A5: My advice for the upcoming Class of 2021 is to always believe in yourself, and to remember that you can do it no matter what. Always believe in yourself, because if you want to make a change the change always starts with yourself.
Do you know a South Fulton Super Senior that deserves to be recognized? Nominate them at firstname.lastname@example.org.