Hannah Bogart '18
Hannah Bogart ‘18 is a day student who is a natural leader and has been an active contributor to the Knox School since she arrived as a Sophomore. Currently an active member of the Pre-Medicine Club, the Publications Club, the UNICEF Club, the Civil Rights Alliance and Student Council Senior Class Vice President, Hannah takes advantage of the many opportunities for educational growth that Knox provides its students. She stated that “coming to Knox has allowed me to meet so many people from around the world, and their stories inspire my interest in the world and all of its cultures.”
In addition to active participation in school clubs and athletics teams, Hannah has also been a part of a great humanitarian effort with other Knox students and the organization KB Operation Hope. In January of 2017, Hannah traveled to Guyana with KB Operation Hope to deliver goods to orphanages and to meet with government representatives there about the conditions in the orphanages, which have a direct effect on the children who live therein. Read more about Hannah’s sojourn here.
Hannah’s favorite subject in school is Psychology, and she says that she loves to learn about human behavior and what contributes to an individual’s unique personality. She has already been accepted to the prominent Sewanne University of the South, and she is patiently awaiting acceptance letters from several other high-ranking universities. In college, Hannah will study Neuroscience.
We are so proud of this amazingly talented Knoxie and the positive energy that she brings to our community!