Anna Gray will graduate with an Advanced Studies Diploma and 36 college credits from Clarkston High School. She has been heavily involved in community service dedicating over 300 hours last year as a President’s Volunteer Service Gold Award recipient and Vice President of National Honor Society. Anna especially enjoyed introducing students in her former 1st grade classroom to Japanese and French languages. Anna earned six varsity letters in golf and lacrosse, served four times as captain, and was awarded with Academic All-State honors for golf. In three years of heated courtroom cases, she presented legal challenges as the anchor of the State Champion Clarkston Mock Trial team.
Anna was selected to be the Michigan delegate to the National Youth Science Camp in the mountains of West Virginia this summer where she will explore the reaches of science with renowned scientists and equally adventurous graduates representing all 50 states. Anna volunteers daily as the high school chemistry lab technician and has conducted research in the University of Michigan Biophysics labs. In the fall, Anna will attend the University of Michigan and pursue a double major in the School of Engineering and the Ross School of Business where she was welcomed as a high school preferred admit. Anna is also looking forward to playing on the Michigan Women’s Club Lacrosse Team.