Dillion Hutson named Destrehan High School student of the year

From staff and wire reports
November 01, 2012 at 9:54 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

DHS Principal Stephen Weber, Dillion Hutson and DHS Assistant Principal Tracy Logan.
DHS Principal Stephen Weber, Dillion Hutson and DHS Assistant Principal Tracy Logan.
Dillion Hutson was announced Destrehan High School "Student of the Year" on Oct. 19, 2012.

Dillion is the son of Mark and Sherri Hutson. His father is currently the tight end coach for the Oakland Raiders.

Dillion’s accomplishments are numerous.

He is a member of the DHS Film Crew, where he serves as the assistant video coordinator, Secretary of National Honor’s Society, is an AP and Honor Scholar student at DHS , Mu Alpha Theta and has been the Varsity Quiz Bowl Captain for the last 3 years. He is a member of the Kick-Off Mentor team, where he helps to mentor freshmen. Dillion is also a member of the DHS Cross Country team. He is a student media specialist for DHS, where he designs graphical templates for school clubs, organizations and sport teams.

In addition, Dillion was the recipient and first place winner of the ‘Louisiana Letters about Literature’ Award and placed 3rd in the state Literary Rally in Biology.

Recently, Dillion was named Cox’s "Scholar of the Week" and is a "Senior Salute." He has been a part of the DHS school musicals Grease and Chicago.

To date, he has accumulated 13 hours of college credit, and currently carries a 4.0 GPA.




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