SOUTHEASTERN’S SENIOR IN THE SPOTLIGHT:  Hannah Santos, Cosmetology, Foxborough

SOUTHEASTERN’S SENIOR IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Hannah Santos, Cosmetology, Foxborough

As a final farewell to the senior class of 2020, Southeastern’s Social Media and Public Relations Club gave select seniors a moment in the spotlight for their outstanding achievements throughout the years. 

Four-year honor student, Hannah Santos (Foxboro), earned her spot for her dedication in many areas around the school.  Primarily, her focus was in her program, Cosmetology, which gave her a world of opportunities such as becoming a licensed Cosmetologist by taking the official board exam.  With this license, Hannah plans to become a Cosmetologist as she “loves making people feel good about themselves and loves doing hair!”  Other achievements included participating in Avant-Garde, which is a special competition where Cosmetology students showcase their skills and creativity in their art.  Even with so much love for her shop, Hannah also had an interest in traveling and was the President of the Travel Club.

Outside of high school, Hannah has a job at H2T Salon & Spa and enjoys working with the homeless through LYNN Ministries.  After graduation, she is determined to travel as well as pursue her dream as a Cosmetologist.  Lastly, the advice she has for her freshman self can be relatable to many, “Stress less and focus on your goals.” 

About Southeastern

At Southeastern, students choose from 20 career majors in preparation for life’s challenges and opportunities. Our school combines a rigorous academic curriculum with state of the art vocational and technical studies to help students realize their full learning potential. The schedule is designed to have students alternate between academic and technical coursework. This process promotes the integration of studies and helps bridge the gap between theoretical and practical experience.

The hands-on approach to learning helps connect students to education and provides the basis for life-long learning – an essential skill in today’s highly competitive global market. Upon graduation, students have the choice of furthering their education in any two or four-year institution or going directly into the workforce.

The Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical School District consists of a four-year public high school and a post-secondary technical institute. The high school offers 20 career majors to students from Brockton, East Bridgewater, Easton, Foxboro, Mansfield, Norton, Sharon, Stoughton and West Bridgewater. 


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Submitted by Diana Moreno, Natural & Life Sciences, Brockton