Wright State student and friend earn honors for anti-bullying work


A Southeastern High School student who travels the country with a friend as an anti-bullying spokesman has been selected for two national awards for his work.

Scott Hannah, 18, son of Tim and Tracie Hannah of South Charleston, was named one of Ohio’s top high school student volunteers in the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, which honored 102 students across the country. He is also a recipient of a Megan Meier Foundation Memorial Scholarship, a program that awards scholarships to students who are advocates against bullying in their community.

Hannah and his friend Tyler Gregory, a Southeastern grad who is now a freshman at Wright State University, are known as the NoBull Guys after being selected as finalists in the Great American No Bull Challenge last year. The challenge asks students across the country to create an anti-bullying video.

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