My goals are to attend a four-year college with a degree in Civil Engineering while at the same time play point guard on the school’s girls basketball team. My career goals are to be a Civil Engineer, Entrepreneur, and a Professional Basketball Player.
Some of my accomplishments are:
Outstanding scholastic student with achievements and awards (over 150) in school activities, athletics, leadership, community service, and performing arts. Attended Chamblee Charter High School from 08/2012 to the anticipated graduation date on 05/2016. Enrolled in Honor/AP courses throughout high school.
National Honor Society
Youth Business University
Some of my academic accomplishments are listed below:
Ariana was the 2015 MVP Girls Basketball Player for Chamblee Charter High School and was named to the 2nd Team All-Region Girls Basketball Team along with being a 2 time Junior Olympian in track and once time Nationalist in gymnastics. She comes from a student-athlete family whereby her father played varsity basketball and ran track/cross-country. Her oldest sister Angelica qualified for the ACC Track and Field Conference Final at Georgia Tech as a freshman in 2015. She previously participated in archery, baseball, fencing, soccer, and tae kwon do along with being a dancer in performing arts.
Ariana is a nationally recognized basketball player by AAU, nationally recognized USATF youth track runner, and nationally recognized youth gymnist.
During the 2015 Basketball Season, she had 5 game over 20 points with a game career high of 25 points. Ariana was named All-Region 2nd Team, MVP of Chamblee High School Girls Basketball Team, and had 5 game over 20 with a game high of 25.
She also had a game whereby she played the number two ranked basketball player in the nation Asia Durr of St. Pius Catholic High School. Duirng that game, Ariana Henderson (Junior) was selected Chamblee Charter High School Girls Basketball Player of the Game. She had 23 points (11 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals) of the team's total point of 30. Number 2 ranked girls basketball player in the nation Asia Durr (Senior) had 28 points (9 rebounds, 2 assists, 0 steals) in the game.
Dunwoody Crier Newspaper
Posted: Tuesday, January 20, 2015 9:11 am
In the last two games, Junior, Ariana Henderson has emerged as the primary-scorer heir apparent. Against Stone Mountain, Henderson scored 25 points; and, against Pius, she scored 23.
Posted by Mark Brock on December 15, 2014 in DeKalb News, Sports
Chamblee was trailing 27-22 following a Kia Smith steal and basket for Redan with 4:15 left in the third quarter. Ariana Henderson then took over for the Lady Bulldogs driving to the basket three times and pulling up for a short jumper on another trip to score eight consecutive points to flip the lead to 30-27 with 1:36 left in the period.
Uqwumadu had the double-double of 10 points and 15 rebounds to lead Chamblee, while Ariana Henderson finished with 10 points and eight rebounds.
While involved in track, she ran cross-country, 400 and 800 meter dashes, long jump, and triple jump. She holds D.C. Express Track and Field Club record for the triple jump. She has gone to the USATF Junior Olympics three times and Junior Olympics for gymnastics once.
I enjoy playing basketball, playing the violin and being active in community services.