Through her four years of high school, Trenton High School senior Kelsi Hackney has managed to be as involved as anyone. A member of the Christian Impact, Interact and Spanish Clubs, the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society, the Homecoming, Snowball and Prom Steering Committees, serving as Class Treasurer, performing in the school musical and participating in tennis and cheerleading (where she was named All-League), Hackney has still managed to hold a 3.88 grade-point average. This well-roundedness that she has displayed is something that has made her stand out to cheerleading coach Michelle Maci. “She does very, very well academically and is really involved with the school. She keeps herself involved in all aspects of her life, which is what I love. The things that she learns and what she expects from herself definitely come into play when we’re at practice, she’s the girl we can count on that will have something that will get them fired up. She’s very good at reading the team and she’s also very talented.” Despite all of the activities that she is involved in, Hackney has also managed to find time to teach third grade catechism at St. Timothy’s. She is currently undecided as to where she’ll be attending school or what she’ll be majoring in, but in whatever career she ends up in she would like to work with children. Her mother, Jennifer Liparato, admires how devoted, intelligent and caring that her daughter is and looks forward to seeing what the future holds for her.