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Milton Hershey School Seniors Honored as February 2021 Rotary Students of the Month

Milton Hershey School seniors Angelleigh DeTroy and Prince Sokpo were recently selected as the February 2021 Rotary Students of the Month. They each received a certificate from the Rotary Club of Hershey and are eligible for a scholarship.

MHS senior Angelleigh Detroy named February Rotary Student of the Month

Angelleigh DeTroy is from Paris, Texas and came to Milton Hershey School as a ninth-grader in 2017. Academically, Angelleigh is truly exemplary, achieving distinguished honor roll throughout all of high school. She also is a member of the National Honor Society and received an Effort and Conduct award. Angelleigh is passionate about music and is a member of the Spartan marching band, indoor winds, and jazz band. In addition, she volunteers at the MHS Horticulture Center, tutors, teaches underclassmen to play instruments, and has traveled to western Pennsylvania to participate in a Domestic Service Learning Experience. After graduating from MHS, Angelleigh plans to attend Cornell University to major in neuroscience and, ultimately, study Alzheimer’s disease.

When asked to share her response to being chosen as a Rotary Student of the Month, Angelleigh shared, “I am beyond grateful for this opportunity. [Rotarians] do incredible work for not only my community and the [Hershey] community, but other communities around the globe. I truly appreciate all that you do.”

MHS senior Prince Sokpo named February Rotary Student of the Month

Prince Sokpo enrolled at Milton Hershey School in 2016 as an eighth-grader from Somerset, New Jersey. He has been on honor roll and distinguished honor roll. Prince is involved in many extracurricular activities from football and track and field to Student Government Association and serving as an MHS Junior Chapel Leader. In addition, he has served as a camp counselor for the MHS Year-Round Experiences (YRE) program. After MHS, Prince plans to attend college to pursue a degree in psychology or biology.

Prince shared, “I am very grateful for this honor and ecstatic you have chosen me.”

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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