Hillcrest Students receive UN Service Award

HILLCREST STUDENTS RECEIVE UN SERVICE AWARD
Posted on 05/09/2022

A total of eight students from Hillcrest High School are being recognized for their community service as national award earners and as inspirations for other students to get involved in their community, in the 5th Annual National Community Service Awards, aimed to connect student service activity to the United Nations Global Goals.


In this year’s batch of awards, The United Nations Association has added the additional recognition for students working toward a world of Zero Hunger, and Zero Waste. 


Forty-nine percent of Hillcrest volunteers were both juniors and seniors. A total of 7 recipients received a merit award, which is 20+ hours of service and participation in four activities. One received the honor award, which is 40+ hours of service, and eight activities. 


“Congratulations to the Hillcrest High School students that have been recognized for the 5th Annual National Community Service Awards,” said Ronald Towner, Principal of Hillcrest High School. “Each of these students are very deserving of being honored for the dedication they have shown to helping others in the community.”


The students from Hillcrest High School who received the honors include: 


Honor Awardees: Nyonna Green

 

Merit Awardees: Kabirat Alaka, DeJah Bridges, Jamir Gordon, Asha Head, Olanipekun Oni, Kahliyah Porter, Arianna Robinson 

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