A Q&A with Kenzie Hatton

Kenzie Hatton (’19) has achieved the salutatorian title along with her twin sister.


Kenzie Hatton (’19) working hard to achieve her academic goals.

Ella Wertz, Staff Writer

The salutatorian of Robinson’s traditional program has a interesting story. Kenzie Hatton (’19) shares the title with her twin sister, Macy as they both took the same courses and ended up with the same GPA’s. Hatton has continued to strengthen her schedule and motivate herself, not with salutatorian as the end goal, but to improve her chances for the future.

Q: What is your GPA? Unweighted? Weighted?

A: Unweighted: 4.0, weighted: 6.32

Q: Was being valedictorian a goal that you have had ever since entering high school?

A: No it wasn’t!! I’ve tried to do well in school to make sure I get into a good college and get a scholarship, but I didn’t think being salutatorian was possible.

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

A: I took HOPE because it was a requirement for graduation. I also took Marine Science online.

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 AP US History. This year, I am taking AP Bio, AP Calculus, AP Computer Science, AP Macroeconomics, AP Government, and AP Literature.