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MHS Seniors Recognized as November Rotary Students of the Month

Milton Hershey School seniors Gabrielle Symons and Lester Huang were recently selected as the November 2018 Rotary Students of the Month. They will each receive a certificate from Rotary, will be recognized at a special luncheon, and are eligible for a scholarship.

November 2018 Rotary Students of the MonthGabrielle Symons is from Plattsburgh, New York and enrolled at MHS in eighth grade.  Since her arrival, Gabrielle has been highly active in a variety of programs, including the Mock Trial team. She also serves as an MHS Student  Ambassador and vice president of Girl Scouts. Gabrielle  is a member of the school’s National Honor Society and  Spanish National Honor Society, and she traveled to Peru in the spring of 2017 through the school’s Multicultural and Global Education program   She  hopes to attend Georgetown University next year and plans to study  government  with the hope of becoming a  corporate  lawyer.  

Lester Huang  is originally from Brooklyn, New York and enrolled at MHS as a 10th-grader. Lester has challenged himself with a  rigorous  courseload that includes multiple honors-level courses and AP classes. Lester is a member of the baseball team and serves as secretary  of  communications  for the Executive Branch of the school’s Student Government Association. He also participates in the Miltmakers Club, which is a technology-driven service innovation club, and is a member of National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.  Lester  hopes to attend Princeton University or  Columbia  University to study  integrated business engineering. His goal is to help  lower-income communities with new innovations or technologies.

Milton Hershey School partners with the Rotary Club of Hershey to create leadership and community service opportunities for MHS students.

Please congratulate these seniors when you see them on campus!

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