Congratulations to Ashleigh Caldwell for being selected as the CCHS Student of the Month for the Murray Rotary Club! Pictured are CCHS assistant principal Steve Smith, Caldwell, and former CCHS principal Yvette Pyle.
Ms. Caldwell has a 4.0 grade point average (GPA) and is on track to be Valedictorian for the 2022 graduating class. She has a 29 composite score on her ACT and is also on track to graduate with roughly 35 college credit hours.
She is a member of Future Business Leaders of America, where she currently serves as President with former roles being Vice President and Community Service Chair. She is also an active member of the Academic Team, where she competes as a member of the Quick Recall Team and as an individual tester in the subject area of Mathematics. Ms. Caldwell is also a former member of the Leadership Tomorrow Program.
In extracurricular activities, she has competed on the district, regional, state, and national levels. While being a member of Future Business Leaders of America, she has competed every year of high school and has advanced to the national level competition. As a team member, she has continued to compete at the regional level and learned how to support her teammates who are able to compete at higher levels.
Ms. Caldwell is a graduate of the 2021 Commonwealth Honors Academy of Murray State University. She has received awards for outstanding student in mathematics, Algebra II, Geometry, History, Business, and Spanish.
Through her involvement with BETA club along with other clubs, she has served her community through donating to local food boxes, helping with the backpack program, volunteering at her church's Vacation Bible School, and working within her school district to help at school events.
Ashleigh is the daughter of Jen and Sean Caldwell. She is an active member of St. Leo Catholic Church and plans to stay involved through the Newman Center for College Students when she graduates and attends college. Ashleigh plans to attend Murray State University starting in the Fall of 2022 and major in either Biology or Exercise Science before moving on to a specialized school to achieve a Doctorate of Chiropractic Care.