Homecoming Bio: Maliah Hassler
Court Name: Hassler’s Heros
Escort: Jacob Hawn
Extracurriculars: Dance, track, NHS, Renaissance, Aevidum, FCA
Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Stinson and Mr. Carr
Favorite food to order at Irvin’s: Chicken tenders and fries
Future Plans: Right now I’m thinking about going to Pitt to become a nurse anesthetist
How did you react when you found out that you were selected for the court? I was super shocked and incredibly happy and grateful. All five of us were together when it was announced, which was so exciting. I couldn’t stop smiling.
What do you hope to gain from this experience? I just hope to create a life long memory. I hope to grow closer with the girls and just have fun doing it all.
What’s your favorite homecoming activity? My favorite are the theme days.
Why do you think your classmates chose you? I try my best to always be kind and spread positivity. I think my classmates recognized that.
Throughout your high school career so far, what has been your favorite memory? Just being a part of everything and making memories is my favorite. Student sections and Mini-Thon were so much fun and I love being involved in Renaissance.
What does being a part of Bellwood-Antis High School mean to you? I’m grateful for all the teachers who guided me and the friends who have supported me all these years.
What would it mean to you to be crowned queen? It would honestly just be such an honor. I’m so incredibly grateful to even be on the court, let alone be crowned. All of the girls are so deserving and I’d be overwhelmed with happiness.
Who is your role model and why? My mom is my role model because she’s the absolute most selfless person I’ve ever met and she’s instilled so many amazing values in me. I hope to be like her some day.
What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received? “Stop worrying and just enjoy life, live in the moment, and choose kindness above everything else.”