Student to Represent BHS at Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Conference
Hannah Stock, was selected to attend the HOBY Leadership Conference representing BHS. Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Conferences are held across the United States for tenth-grade students. HOBY states that their mission is to work "diligently at helping young people make a difference and become positive catalysts for change—in the home, school, workplace and the community." The three-day conference will be held in June on the campus of Washington & Jefferson College.

Hannah applied by writing an essay on her leadership qualifications, academic standing, and service to the community, as well as why she wants to further develop her leadership skills and represent BHS.

Hannah's mother Barbara Stock shares that Hannah used to be shy and has really come out of her shell at BHS: "Baldwin has really helped her grow into a strong, independent leader." Hannah plans to attend college where she can continue pole-vaulting and cheering and pursue a career in chemistry. School Counselor Gerald Hall notes, "the committee liked Hannah's give-back to the community by teaching and being a role model for younger children."

Hannah expressed, "I am very excited to have received the scholarship from Baldwin High School that will allow me to attend the HOBY Leadership Seminar at W&J in June! I hope to further my abilities and gain more knowledge about leadership so that I can help develop new leaders at Baldwin by sharing what I've learned. I am thankful for this opportunity and I cannot wait until June!"