Xavier student named Female Scholar-Activity Student of the Year

Pictured from left is, Bob Coltin, Kaitlin Coltin, and Karen Curosh who is also a Xavier alumna. (Submitted photo)

Pictured from left is, Bob Coltin, Kaitlin Coltin, and Karen Curosh who is also a Xavier alumna. (Submitted photo)

Xavier College Preparatory senior Kaitlin Coltin was honored by the Arizona Interscholastic Association as its 4A-5A Female Scholar-Activity Student of the Year at the AIA Champions Awards Luncheon on May 18.

Ms. Coltin is a National Merit Scholar, a student council officer, a speech and debate champion, a ‘Pierian Spring’ art editor, a member of four national honor societies, and the recipient of many other accolades and scholarships, according to a press release.

She has maintained a 4.0 unweighted (and 4.48 weighted) grade point average throughout her high school years, and she is planning to attend Santa Clara University on an academic scholarship in the fall, according to the release.

 

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