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Lower Dauphin High School’s Bray and Foreman receive monthly honors

Posted 5/28/19

Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors from area organizations.

Robert Bray was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown as the Student of the Month for …

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Lower Dauphin High School’s Bray and Foreman receive monthly honors

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Two Lower Dauphin High School seniors recently received monthly honors from area organizations.

Robert Bray was recognized by the Rotary Club of Hummelstown as the Student of the Month for March.

Robert, the son of Vincent and Melanie Bray, is a member of the high school’s Nanoline Club, which has students use programming, design and engineering skills to create an automated machine to perform a task.

He is president and a three-year member of the National Spanish Honor Society. He is a member of the National Science Honor Society and National English Honor Society.

In the community, he volunteers at Recycle-Bicycle in Harrisburg, where he repairs bikes. He also volunteers at the Central PA Food Bank and plays the piano.

He plans to attend the University of Tennessee and major in computer science with the goal of becoming a researcher and professor.

Hailey Foreman was named Young Woman of the Month for March by the Hummelstown Women’s Club.

Hailey, the daughter of Timothy and Andrea Foreman, is a four-year member of the marching band and concert band and is a two-year member of the orchestra. She has served as treasurer of Class Council for four years. She is a three-year member of the National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society (vice president), National Science Honor Society (team leader), and Math Honor Society (secretary).

She is a three-year member of the STEM Club and her team’s invention recently took first in the state and qualified for a trip to nationals.

In the community, Hailey dances at One Broadway Dance Centre and volunteers at the Hershey Story Museum.

She volunteers at the middle school’s science camp and is a volunteer coach on the middle school’s MathCounts team.

She plans to attend Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, or Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, and major in chemical engineering.