The future of a community lies in its youth. As elders pass on and leadership roles are handed down to the next generation, it’s the young that will shape the future of a community as well as the nation.
Some of these young men and women are athletes and musicians, while others are making waves in the world of academics and community service. No matter what their achievements, they all help shape our community one way or another. Each month, MyWindsor will feature two students from Windsor high schools for the Faces of the Future feature.
If you know of a high school student that would be a good candidate for the Faces of the Future feature, send their name and contact information to Tamara Markard at email@example.com .
This month, MyWindsor introduces readers to Windsor High School 2023 grad Carter Hinkle.
Year in school: Graduated with Class of 2023
What is your favorite subject in school and why? Math. I love the problem-solving and the challenges that are constantly faced when pursuing math.
Windsor High School 2023 Carter Hinkle
What clubs, sports and other extracurricular activities are you a part of? I was a part of the golf team for four years ,the lacrosse team for two and Future Business Leaders of America, FLBA, for my senior year.
How has being part of sports, clubs and/or other extra curricular activities helped shape your high school career? Being a part of sports and clubs helped shaped my friendships and my experience with amazing moments with my teammates and friends.
What are some things you enjoy about living in Windsor? Windsor has a great community with everyone being very friendly and open to helping a student athlete thrive.
What are your future aspirations? To compete at Hastings College and golf at a high-level.
This article was originally published in Greeley Tribune