The Bellaire Rotary Club celebrated the outstanding achievements of Chloe Niepoth as their October Rotary Student of the Month. Chloe has attended Bellaire Public Schools since kindergarten, where her parents, Christine and George Niepoth, currently reside. A meticulous student and congenial citizen, Chloe is well-deserving of this honor due to her academic achievements, contributions to her community, and the leadership she models.
Academically, Chloe truly is the frontrunner of her class with a grade point average of 3.95, which did not come easily as she took the initiative to earn credit in several rigorous online classes to advance her academic abilities. Outside of academia, Chloe’s interest and focus is civic responsibility: she served on the junior prom committee, athletic council, three years on student council, and she served as class president every year of high school. Furthermore, Chloe’s leadership skills shine as she currently serves as co-editor in chief for the second year on the Bellaire yearbook staff, and the Bellaire Chapter of the National Honor Society recognized Chloe’s accomplishments and her contributions in fulfilling the four pillars of service by embracing her membership in the fall of 2014. Finally, Chloe has also been recognized by the Job Winslow Chapter for The Daughter’s of the American Revolution to represent her class for the “Good Citizenship” award. To build on her already impressive resume, Chloe is also a three-sport competitor: volleyball, basketball, and softball.
These qualifications are only a minuscule view of Chloe’s talent and soaring aptitude. Taking two mission trips to Detroit, one to Belize and accruing over 100 hours of community service are why Chloe is leaving a lasting impression on her community and peers as she begins to prepare to exit Bellaire as a senior and enter life as a freshman at Aquinas College where she will study medicine. There is no doubt that this young lady will be a visionary and defining leader of her generation. Congratulations, Chloe!