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Northside HS Student Chosen to Attend Frances Hesselbein Program

Northside High School junior Brooke Gruber was one of 14 students chosen to attend the Frances Hesselbein Student Leadership Program (FHSLP) this past October at the United States Military Academy at West Point in New York.

Her hard work and commitment to Northside’s Student2Student Monarch Ambassador Program was a major factor in earning her the spot. When selecting so few from hundreds of students nationwide who apply, FHSLP looks for students who are leaders.

The members of S2S programs across the nation assist military students by creating a warm, friendly, supportive environment as they transition into and out of schools.

The FHSLP program focuses on identifying leaders in the S2S programs that show great leadership potential who will take the knowledge and skills learned to grow and advance their S2S program.

Brooke, an AIG student, is a member of the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program. Her goal is to attend a military academy or ROTC university. Gruber said having the opportunity to spend time at West Point confirmed her career goals.

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