Hopatcong High School is proud to announce that sophomore Carly Hattrich has been selected to represent her school this year at the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Program. Every year a student is selected by the Guidance Department to attend this leadership program that is held annually at Monmouth University in June. HOBY’s purpose is to teach how to think, not what to think. The leadership seminar provides an opportunity for New Jersey’s high school sophomores to recognize their potential, talents, and apply them in becoming effective, ethical leaders of the future.
Carly Hattrich is a high achieving student ranking among the highest in her sophomore class. Successfully completing all academic honors level courses at Hopatcong High School, she is active in the clubs: Mock Trial and Science League. Academically talented, she is interested in both chemical engineering and journalism.
Active in the Hopatcong High School Drama Club and theatre productions, she manages her time to include varied extracurricular activities. A writer for the school newspaper, and tennis player at Hopatcong High School, she is organized and enthusiastic. Energetic, she has also volunteered her time to encourage and assist special education students in playing kick ball.
President of the Sophomore Student Government, she leads her sophomore team in decorating bulletin boards and raising money. She is an impressive organizer, and she is a true leader. Responsible and industrious, Ms. Hattrich’s initiative is exhibited in the way she conducts herself, and in the way she leads her peers. Possessing a positive demeanor and attitude, she leads by example, and is an outstanding role model to high school students.
Congratulations Carly. The Hopatcong School District is extremely proud of your accomplishments.