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Senior Spotlight — Mary Caton Davidson

MADISON – Mary Caton Davidson is a senior at James Clemens High School.

“My favorite subjects are probably math and science because I’ve always liked the challenge. I’ve had amazing teachers that make it so fun to learn,” Davidson said.

Davidson is the Distinguished Young Woman for Madison County for 2020. She received a Top Five Fitness Award at the Alabama DYW program.

“I have been a part of James Clemens Varsity Dance team and Varsity Tennis team throughout high school,” Davidson said. She has been a member of several honor societies, including English, Math, Spanish, Technical and National Honor Society. Since she was a freshman, Davidson has been involved with Student Government Association and Junior Civitan.

As a member of James Clemens Medical Academy, Davidson was selected for an internship for shadowing purposes during her senior year. She achieved all As throughout high school and will graduate with a 4.48 GPA, along with the Madison City Seal of Academic Distinction.

Mary Caton’s parents are Tim and Beth Davidson. Mary Caton’s brother is 14-year-old John Allan.

Mary Caton will enroll at the University of Alabama and major in food and nutrition on a pre-medicine track. UA has accepted her into the Honors College.

“I plan to attend medical school after college and become a doctor one day,” Mary Caton said.

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