A Q&A with Macey Hatton

Macey Hatton ('19) is named co-salutatorian along side her twin sister

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Macey Hatton ('19) works on an assignment.

Alyssa Acosta, Staff Writer

The RHS today staff interviewed co-salutatorian Macey Hatton (’19). Both Hatton and her twin sister, Kenzie, earned the title of the traditional salutatorian, working hard in high school and earning the same exact GPA.

Q: What is your GPA? Unweighted? Weighted?

A: Unweighted 4.0, weighted 6.32

Q: Was being salutatorian a goal you had ever since entering high school?

A: No it wasn’t a goal of mine when I entered high school or even until my junior year I think. My main goal was to balance school and my social life so even though I worked hard in school, I didn’t want it to be my whole life. So I didn’t even really think about it until I knew I had a shot.

Q: Once you saw it was possible, what did you do to achieve it?

A: I didn’t really do anything different than before, I just kept trying to do well in my classes and stay focused/not lose motivation even though my senior year was almost over!

Q: Did you take any online or duel enrollment classes? If so, which ones?

A: I took HOPE online because it was a graduation requirement but other than that no.

Q: How many AP classes did you take? Which ones?

A: Freshman year I took AP human. Sophomore year I took AP world and AP psychology. Junior year I took AP lang, AP physics and APush. Senior year I took AP biology, AP calculus, AP computer science, AP macro, AP government and AP lit.