Malone University Teen of the Month: Hailey Seibert, Jackson High School – Entertainment & Life – The Repository

Name: Hailey Seibert

Residence: Massillon

Age: 17

School: Jackson High School

GPA: 4.9

College choice: Case Western Reserve University

Parents: Kelly and Dave Seibert


Describe yourself in three words: Ambitious, genuine and courteous.

What is your favorite thing to do outside school? My favorite thing to do outside of school is to spend time with my friends, family and three dogs, or to spend time at my gymnastics club either practicing or coaching gymnastics.

Favorite high school memory? My favorite high school memory is being able to compete on our school’s diving team my senior year alongside my sister.

Most people would be surprised to know …: Most people would be surprised to know I am quite involved in the arts. I was involved in some aspect of theater for three years of my high school career and I was involved in dance and choir for all four.

What do you hope to do as a career? I hope to become a psychiatrist in the future.

What is the biggest issue facing teenagers today? I feel the biggest issue facing teenagers today is alcohol and drug use. The number of teenagers who partake in such activities is immense and growing, and it oftentimes results in extreme consequences, which are usually preventable.



The following girls received nominations for Teen of the Month:

Alliance High School

Maggie Cherie Novak

Nominated by: Thomas Wilson, teacher


Fairless High School

Kennady Ann Gibbins

Nominated by: Janice Messenheimer-Courtney, teacher-adviser


GlenOak High School

Hayleigh Murphy

Nominated by: Kristin Wellman, teacher


Hoover High School

Sydney Green

Nominated by: Nicholas Plazak, honors human body systems


Lake High School

Lexi Grace Bailey

Nominated by: Lee Munoz, associate principal


Louisville High School

Victoria Rose Esposito

Nominated by: Ann Clemson, counselor


McKinley High School

Emma Nicole Rearden

Nominated by: Lori Nickels, counselor; interim principal


Minerva High School

Peyton Morgan

Nominated by: Brett Yeagley, principal


Perry High School

Josephine Mae Lacourt

Nominated by: Jennifer N. Ardelea, English teacher


Sandy Valley High School

Courtney Marie Snyder

Nominated by: Lori Ann Trachsel, media specialist


St. Thomas Aquinas High School

Angela Shelley Farolino

Nominated by Angelo Pederzolli, counselor


Tuslaw High School

 Alexis Schuler

Nominated by: Troy Criswell, math teacher


Washington High School

Karoline Smith

Nominated by: Sherry Sunkle, chemistry teacher