Lydia Baldini played field hockey for all four years of high school and ran track in her first few years at Pentucket. She participated in numerous community service projects, such as running her own shoe drive for three months and giving the money to Sweet Paws Rescue.
Throughout high school, Lydia has always been busy working and held multiple jobs, where she worked at Panera, Baldini Plumbing as an office assistant, and Ulta Beauty. She also babysat for six years, and she has volunteered at Sweet Paws Rescue and also participated in and helped to set up a haunted corn event.
Lydia’s favorite memory of high school was Halloween and Pentucket’s Color Day. She will miss her friends and the teachers who helped guide her through the ups and downs of high school as well.
After she graduates, she will be attending the University of New Hampshire for the next four years. She is majoring in business administration and minoring in psychology. She hopes to continue on to possibly graduate early and attend UNH’s masters degree program for business. She would like to take over her family owned business or build one of her own. She would also like to work towards getting her real estate license.
We thank Lydia for all her hard work and wish her the best of luck!