Rockford High Schools Calie Johnson: an Example in Excellence

Positive and driven young woman not afraid to stand up for her beliefs

Cailie Johnson, 17, is the daughter of Chuck and Sheryl Johnson and sister to Ivy, 15, Madye, 13, and Mavis, 9.

Cailie is considered a leader at Rockford High School, where she always has a smile on her face and is ready to bring out the best in those around her. This student encourages others with her tireless enthusiasm.

In all she does, Cailie’s leadership abilities are clear. On her volleyball team she keeps fellow student athletes working hard while having fun.

This National Honor Society student is also involved in her church youth group, Student Council, community service programs, and summer camps. She is known as an extremely hardworking person, whether it is on the volleyball court, in student leadership events or in the classroom. This positive and driven young woman wants to be kind to all, but is not afraid to stand up for something she strongly believes in. She has a desire to always improve herself.

Cailie was elected mayor of Student Council by her classmates. She was junior class president and was elected to the homecoming court for her class. She is on the National Honor Society and is a Board of Education student representative.

Cailie is excited to play volleyball at Grand Valley State University next year. Currently she plays volleyball for Rockford and on the prestigious Michigan Volleyball Academy Travel volleyball team. She loves politics and planning school events through student council. Among Cailie’s other pastimes are watching movies and spending time with her family. She also is involved with a weekly small group Bible study.

Staff at Rockford High School are confident that this young woman has a bright future and will continue to make a difference in the lives of those around her.

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