Junior Jasmine Bell has been named Main Line Student of the Week. Jasmine is at the forefront of student climate activism as a member of the school’s Enviro Club, which spreads awareness of our impact on the environment. She is also a member of the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) - Future Medical Professionals club, which is in its first year at Baldwin. Bell is also a member of KIVA, a microfinance organization that uses micro-lending to help alleviate poverty, raises money throughout the year and loans money to various women entrepreneurs around the world. She is a member of Baldwin’s handbells ensemble (Bronze) and plays the flute in the school’s orchestra. Bell is also a member of Baldwin’s cross-country and swimming teams. Outside of Baldwin, she competes in mountain biking and finished second in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Cycling League for JV girls. Read more here in the Main Line Times.