He is the son of Aaron and Jennifer Davenport.
Davenport was in the HHS Band of Blue for four years and served as Band Council president and sergeant-in-arms for one year each.
He was a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, D and D Club and Magic Club, and he served as junior class vice president.
Davenport received many band-related awards, including Top Marcher as a junior, Top Sophomore and Most Improved Musician as a freshman.
He earned Top Freshman and top ACT Score awards at the Cheatham County Academic Excellence Award program.
Davenport plans to attend the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and major in pre-medical.
“I want to transfer to the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis. Once I’ve graduated and have enough medical practice under my belt, I want to open my own neurosurgery practice,” he said.
Jordan Baldwin is the salutatorian of the Harpeth High School Class of 2017.
She is the daughter of David Baldwin and Jenny Baldwin.
Baldwin played volleyball for the Lady Indians for four years and earned many awards during her four-year career.
She was named All-District her sophomore and junior years, All-District Tournament her sophomore, junior and senior years, All-Region her sophomore and junior years; All-District Most Valuable Player her senior year and Team MVP her junior year.
Baldwin was a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Anatomy Club and Sign Language Club. She also played travel volleyball for four years.
She earned Top Sophomore and Top Junior awards at the Cheatham County Academic Excellence Award program.
Baldwin plans to attend the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and has not decided on a major.
“The highlight of my high school career was going to the state tournament for volleyball in 2014,” she said.