Maggie Hoffman is the November honoree for Lions Student of the
Month. Maggie carries on a proud
tradition of high standards, great character, and superb academic achievement. She is currently ranked in the top 1/3 of her
class with a 3.6 GPA. She has been
awarded the All-Academic Award in Cross Country for Lorain County and first
team All-Academic Sandusky Bay Conference. She serves as a representative member of the Ohio High School Athletic
Association Leadership Conference. In school
Maggie is an active member of National Honor Society, Link Crew, Peer
Leadership, Move2Stand, Leo Club and Model UN.
Besides being an academic star, Maggie has been ranked as one of the top athletes at Vermilion High School over the past several years. She has earned multiple letters in Softball, first team Sandusky Bay Conference pitcher, second team All-Lorain County pitcher, was Vermilion’s representative in the end of year All-Star Game, and holds the new record for RBI’s earned in a season. Maggie also participates in cross country, girls basketball, track and a summer traveling softball team.
Outside of school, Maggie volunteers at Grace’s Kitchen, PSO babysitting at St. Mary’s, and serves as a holiday elf for the Jeremy Cares Organization, which helps serious ill children struggling with disease. Other volunteer service hours were earned as a model for the Vermilion Professional Businesswomen fundraiser, Mill Manor and Kingston nursing homes, and as a camp counselor at Camp Intervention.
When asked what her teachers would say about her, she quickly answered “involved and hardworking”. Mr. D’Egidio said that this young lady is a model of consistency and effort, and is conscientious about her school work and grades. This young lady is truly a leader by example in the classroom, on the athletic field, and in society. Maggie is the daughter of Lisa and Steve Hoffman.