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Ceres High senior Amberlin Hopwood honored as ‘Student of the Month’ by Rotarians
• Aspires to become a nurse
Amberlin Hopwood
Ceres High School senior Amberlin Hopwood was honored Friday by the Ceres Rotary Club. Those heralding her achievements were Ceres Rotary Club President Paul Rutishauser (who is also Ceres Unified School District’s Director of Secondary Education), her mother Katherine Hopwood and Principal Rita Menezes.

The Rotary Club of Ceres and Ceres High School honored senior Amberlin Hopwood, as a Rotary Student of the Month on Friday.

Amberlin is being recognized for her continuous positive attitude toward peers, staff and whatever task is assigned, even when things are hard. She always carries a contagious smile and is always willing to help those around her. Amberlin encourages her peers to do their best and isn’t afraid to try new things.  She is always willing to go the extra mile and her dedication inspires those around her to do the same.

The Ceres High senior has been involved in several clubs on campus including Academic Decathlon, Dance Team & Club, Future Medical Professionals and Youth Advisory Council.

Her devotion to studies is reflected in her 4.313 grade point average.

Amberlin is recognized throughout the school campus as a leader amongst her peers, and as a varsity athlete on the water polo, swim, and track teams. In addition to her ability to maintain a notable academic record, Amberlin has also spent time volunteering during the annual “Love Ceres” event.

She aspires to attend UC Santa Barbara and pursue a career as a nurse.