December 11, 2020- Elizabethtown Area High School seniors Hannah Kline and Garrick English were named the Elizabethtown Rotary Club's students-of-the-month for December. Kline and English were honored for their high academic achievement, extensive school involvement, and community service activities.

Kline is the daughter of Denisha Roberts and Chad Kline of Elizabethtown. At EAHS, she earned induction into the prestigious National Honor Society for exemplary scholarship, character, leadership, and service. She holds leadership positions in several school organizations, including the Key Club president and Science Club co-president. Kline is an accomplished musician. She sits first chair in the high school orchestra's violin section and was named by the Lancaster Lebanon Music Educators Association to the County Orchestra. Kline is a member of the Cross Country, Track and Field, and Science Olympiad teams, as well as the Stock Market Club.

Kline has earned numerous awards during her high school years, including the prestigious AP Scholar award presented by The College Board. She placed second in the T.E.A.M.S. Challenge (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science), third at Millersville University's Brossman Foundation and Frisbie Science Lectureship Exam, and was a finalist in the Future Engineers Name That Molecule Challenge. Kline also earned Academic Excellence Awards in AP United States Government and Politics, Honors Biology, Honors Chemistry, German III, and Health and Physical Education.

Kline is active in the community, where she volunteers at Brittany's Hope helping to coordinate and plan the Walk of Love fundraiser. She is also involved with the Donegal Youth Soccer Lightning and the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Sciences programs. Kline is an active member of St. Peter's Catholic Church of Elizabethtown.

Kline plans to attend a four-year college to major in Biophysics with the ultimate goal of earning a doctorate in the field and obtain a job as a medical researcher.

English is the son of Rodney and Laura English of Elizabethtown. He earned prestigious AP Scholar recognition from The College Board. An aspiring scientist, English has captured numerous awards in the field of study. He was the North Museum Science Fair Grand Champion and won the Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award. He also won numerous awards in the Science Olympiad competition.

English is a member of the high school's Cross Country and Science Olympiad teams.

English is active in the community, where he has volunteered in support of numerous environmental projects. He is an active member of Christ Lutheran Church, where he takes part in the Fish and Loaves ministry.

English plans to attend a four-year college to go to graduate school and eventually earn a PhD in quantum physics or cosmology.