Ellie Davis is an amazing dancer who gives it her all in anything she does, whether it’s in the dance room or the classroom. Davis a senior at Centennial High School and is involved in many of the clubs and activities that the school has to offer. Along with being Vice President of the Student Council, she is also the Editor-in-Chief of the school yearbook. However, Davis’s true passion isn’t found in a classroom; it’s out on the dance floor where she mesmerizes audiences and judges with her fluent movements and style with her dance team Art In Motion, who this year just won a national title. Recently, Davis was awarded Homecoming Queen thanks in part to her amazing personality, stunning beauty, and all of her achievements in and out of school. This gave way to an easy choice to feature Davis as The Centinal’s Student of the Week!
The Centinal: How long have you been dancing for?
Ellie: About 15 years; it’s been a constant part of my life for as long as I remember.
The Centinal: What are the responsibilities involved with being Vice President of Student Council?
Ellie: I usually co-run the meetings held every Tuesdays, and I help plan for events that the Student Council holds. For example, I helped create the dance theme for Homecoming this year.
The Centinal: And how about being Editor-in-Chief for the yearbook?
Ellie: I help with all the finalization of content that actually goes into the yearbook, and I’m also tasked with creating the design for the actual yearbook. And this year’s design – I’m going to say it now – is one of the best.
The Centinal: How did it feel winning Homecoming Queen?
Ellie: It felt amazing; I was utterly shocked when they called my name. I think everyone saw it in my face. After all that, I was on top of the world.
The Centinal: I heard you are a real “baller” out there in ultimate frisbee. Can you elaborate?
Ellie: Ever since freshman year, I have always had a blast playing ultimate frisbee, so it followed me even now that I’m a senior. I guess you can say Frisbee is life for me.