Class of 2023 Top 10: Hunter Hohn
by Jordyn DeSalvo, Reagan Maxwell, and Molly Medvit
Hunter Hohn is a very involved student at Shenango. You may have seen him on the field as the drum major, on the stage in our school musicals, or singing in our choir. Even with all that, plus more, he has succeeded and earned his spot in the class’s top 10.
Hunter credits his teachers with keeping him motivated academically. “I appreciated teachers who cared beyond class and were active in the lives of students.” Hunter’s experience at Shenango has prepared him well for his near future plans. Hunter plans to attend Grove City College to major in Biology.
At the upcoming Top 10 dinner, Hunter has chosen to bring his Anatomy and Physiology teacher, Mrs. Miller. “She is a teacher who has impacted me and helped me with my future plans.” Mrs. Miller also attended Grove City College and majored in Biology as well. “Since I hope to major in Biology she has been very helpful.”
One important lesson Hunter has learned outside of school is the value of “self-sacrifice and patience.” He advises underclassmen to practice these traits, encouraging them to “live generously toward others and value the potential of those around you.”
Along with the underclassmen, Hunter wishes to give advice to his younger self.: “Many people need help, and the only solution is people who want to help.”
Hunter will especially miss Shenango’s music department. Hunter is involved in marching band, concert band, concert choir, chamber singers, and spring musicals, of which he notes that
“working on our many musicals will be something I will never forget.”
The most notable challenge that Hunter has faced and overcome along his journey is finding purpose in all the hard work I was putting in.” That hard work clearly has paid off for him as he graduates at the top of his class.