Ariel Hatton


Location icon United States of America

My name is Ariel Hatton, I currently a junior and attend Paradise Honors High School, in which I obtain a 4.33 GPA with honors classes and Dual Enrollment classes. At my school I am involved in Student Council, National Honors Society, and Varsity Cheerleading. Outside of school I am involved in gymnastics, the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership program, and the Surprise Youth Council, in which I serve as the issues and research chair. I enjoy traveling and immersing myself in new cultures and volunteering for the community.


Community Improvement Project

Extra Outside Achievements

Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership

In 2016 I represented Paradise Honors as the scholarship recipient for the HOBY AZ 2016 seminar. After serving as a attendee I was selected to be a staff assistant for the HOBY AZ 2017 seminar.

Davida Patterson
National Honors Society

I currently serve on the National Honors Society and I have been apart of this group for 1 year as a member.

Mike Cassidy
Surprise Youth Council

I am currently apart of the Surprise Youth Council, and I served as the community service chair for 2 years and as the issues and research chair for 1 year.

John Williams - Surprise Youth Council - Feb 23rd, 2015

Live and Recorded Public meetings of John Williams - Surprise Youth Council for City of Surprise, AZ This video incorporates the time when I spoke about the Surprise Youth Council on Channel 11, with the Vice Mayor for Surprise.

Amber Wallace
Student Council

I have been apart of Student Council for 3 years and I have served as the freshman class representative, the spirit coordinator, and the junior class president.

Ariel Hatton
Varsity Cheerleading

I have been apart of the PHHS varsity cheer squad for 4 years and I have received the leadership award 2 years in a row for this squad.

Paradise Honors High School
Varsity letter

This is the letter I received for cheerleading in 2015.

Paradise Honors High School
Principal's List

I received this at the end of my first semester of high school in 2014.