Congratulations to our patients for being honorees of
Metro Detroit's Brightest and Best High School
Graduates of 2018!
All of us here at Dr. Jusino's office are very proud of you!
Chris Rexroth is a senior at Farmington Hills Harrison High School. He is a National Merit Commended Scholar, AP Scholar, and Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition Finalist. A three-year captain in both football and basketball, Chris is a year-round varsity athlete at Harrison in football, basketball, and baseball. He was named First Team All-State and Dream Team Individual Academic All-State in football and helped lead his team to the state championship game. Chris is a mentor in the Young Men’s Leadership Academy, a member of the National Honor Society, and a helper and coach of special education students both in Buddies class and in Miracle League of Michigan Baseball. Next year, he will play football and study Biomedical Engineering at Hope College.
Kaelin Ray will graduate as Southfield Christian's Class of 2018 valedictorian. The 2017 Homecoming Queen is a three year member of the school's varsity volleyball team and one of this year's captains. A second-team All-State selection, Ray finished her senior season as the all-time leader in kills and helped lead the team to their first ever regional championship. Kaelin also earned three varsity letters in Track and Field. In 2017, the team won the Division IV state championship. At the state meet, Ray finished 1st in the 300 Meter Hurdles and 3rd in the 100 Meter Hurdles, both in school record times. She also ran a leg in the school record breaking, first place 1600 Meter Relay and the 3rd place 800 Meter Relay. Kaelin Ray has also played AAU club volleyball throughout high school. Kaelin has also been involved in over 800 hours of community service. In 9th-11th grade, Kaelin was a member of the SCS Crew Team, which focused on serving around the school and outside of school. As a senior, she was a member of the LEAD team, a group of all seniors that focused on leading the student body in community service opportunities. Kaelin was also a member of the National Honor Society. She participated in several missions trips: two local ones serving at CDC in downtown Detroit, and one international serving at the Caribbean Christian Center for the Deaf in Knockpatrick, Jamaica. Kaelin has a passion for serving others which is why she will be pursuing a career in medicine. She plans on majoring in Chemistry at Harvard University. In Southfield Christian's 49 year history, Kaelin is the first to be accepted to Harvard.