The Outstanding Savannah Brown


Lindsy Hales

If Savannah Brown is not a familiar name to you, you should make it one. Savannah is one of the kindest hearts at Davis.  She is very involved in school and loves to show her Davis pride. She was a member of the D’ettes team for the last two seasons, and she shared with us how much she enjoyed participating in events with the team. “I loved being able to compete with the team and it made me feel like I was accomplishing something bigger than myself.”, she shared. She said that people should join the D’ettes because it “makes you stronger and gives you lots of good opportunities to grow as a person.”

I asked Savannah three adjectives that people would use to describe her. “Determined, outgoing, and driven.” When she has a task ahead of her, there isn’t a single thing that can stand in her way. A good example of this is her health. Savannah, along with her siblings, suffers from Cystic Fibrosis, a hereditary disease that affects the lungs and digestive system. “It’s been hard to deal with the hardships that come with CF, and having to watch my siblings go through that too is really hard.” But still, nothing stops her. Instead, it makes her stronger.

Savannah shared that her proudest moment in life was “either my ACT score, or when our drill team competed at State.” She shared that when she grows up she hopes to be a litigation attorney. She works hard in school and is very determined to accomplish her goals.

She and her twin brother, Jaxon, are juniors this year. She will be participating in choir next year, but due to scheduling conflicts, she will not be a member of the drill team this coming season. She is honestly one of the funniest, sweetest people on planet Earth. She is really good at finding ways to cheer you up, and she provides amazing support for her peers through rough times. She is an amazing friend. So take the time to stop and say hello!