Annual High School Awards Ceremony



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THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLASTIC HONOR AWARD – MEDAL – Given to the members of the graduating class who have completed their studies with the highest achievement.  Katelyn Adis, Sophia Benny, Andrew Biittig, Megan Clark, Jazmyne Corker, Brooke DeAngelo, Madeline Durant, Jack Ellis, Krystina Gerke, Portia Gilbert, Tyler Hanhurst, Davinara Marcario, Camryn Munro, Annika Nielsen, Jennifer Parry, Annamarie Piccirillo, Caroline Rooney, Rachel Rosenberg, Emma Roylance, Jillian Terwilliger, Camryn Verdi

THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENTAL AWARD – MEDAL – Given to a member of the graduating class in each of the disciplines.  The recipient must have completed a sequence in the subject, excelled academically, demonstrated commitment, and enthusiasm which is indicative of continued interest and success in the field.

  • ENGLISH                           Jack Ellis
  • LANGUAGE                       Rachel Rosenberg
  • MATHEMATICS                Katelyn Adis
  • SCIENCE/HEALTH           Emma Roylance
  • SOCIAL STUDIES          Madeline Durant
  • ART                                      Anne Arocho
  • BUSINESS EDUCATION                Tyler Hanhurt
    MUSIC          Tyler McMaster
    OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION      Nathan Schaeffer
  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION         Matthew Tine
  • TECHNOLOGY            Kyle Ostrander

FOUR YEARS PERFECT ATTENDANCE – Given to a member of the graduating class who has maintained a record of perfect attendance for four years of high school.  Brooke DeAngelo

THE DOUG MCMANUS MEMORIAL AWARD-$200-Presented to a senior who was a track athlete and who has demonstrated perseverance, dedication, is studious, dependable, hard-working, considerate of others, and someone who has successfully met many of life’s challenges.  Donated by Doug McManus, Jr. and Gene Stemm (former student and member of S-G Hall of Fame).  Joshua Jeffes

GLEN-WORDEN PTA SHAWNA DAVENPORT SCHOLARSHIP-$500-Open to a senior who attended Glen-Worden School, has demonstrated good citizenship, including extracurricular activities and community service, satisfactory scholastic achievement, and who will attend a post-secondary education institution.  Katelyn Adis

THE FRED C. FAHEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$100-By friends and colleagues, in memory of Mr. Fred Fahey, the founder of the Mohawk Ambulance Company.  To a student who is committed to a career related to medicine, medical technology, or health service, who has potential for leadership and service and who is dedicated to the improvement of the health and safety of their community.  Krystina Gerke

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTIA AWARD-$1000-To the student with the highest average in a business education sequence.  Tyler Hanhurst

THE JAMES D. MORROW MEMORIAL BASKETBALL SCHOLARSHIP-$500-To a basketball player who has demonstrated dedication, determination, and purpose in everything he/she does.  John Geniti

THE JAMES D. MORROW MEMORIAL DRAMA CLUB SCHOLARSHIP -$500-To a drama club member who has demonstrated dedication, determination, and purpose in everything he/she does.  Sophia Benny

THE SHANNON TAMUL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$200-To a cheerleader who has demonstrated leadership, enthusiasm, kindness and compassion for others, and dedication to school and community.  Megan Clark

THE FRIENDS AND FAMILY OF SGHS CLASS OF 1962 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$250-Awarded to a senior who is an active member of their graduating class and is interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare field.  Emma Freihofer

THE LION’S CLUB AWARD-$1,000 -To members of the graduating class, “Who in the opinion of the faculty have shown concern for their fellow man and who consistently volunteer to help those in need.”  Jazmyne Corker, Megan Casey

THE PHILIP T. HILL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -$500-To a member of the graduating class planning for a career in accounting or a related field who has demonstrated satisfactory scholarship and a caring attitude toward others.  In memory of Philip T. Hill “Class of ‘68” by friends and co-workers at the Kingsway Arms Nursing Home.  Tyler Hanhurst

THE DR. DEBORAH CADMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$2,000-To a student who exemplifies the following qualities; ethical, honest, respectful, community volunteer, strives to stretch themselves academically; demonstrates curiosity and enthusiasm for  learning;  participates in school activities and has an interest in pursuing a career in education through community college or four year college.  Andrew Biittig

THE SCOTIA FIRE DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS -$250-Given to seniors who have shown an interest in bettering the community by individual effort or by participation in a school, church, or community activity.  Interest and participation in fire safety is one expression of a valid activity. Emma Freihofer, William-Robert Daniel Bull

THE DAVID & ELEANOR LEWIS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$500-To a graduating senior who has participated in the ARC GIVE program for a period of at least one year.  Alia Acosta

THE DR. SAMUEL J. COPPOLA MEMORIAL KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIP-$250-For outstanding achievement in the technology department.  Aidan Dempsey

THE PAT MCGIVERN MEMORIAL KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIP– $1,000-To a graduating senior who is going on to college and who has given back to their community through their volunteer efforts. Alia Acosta  

THE CHARLES W. MARTZ AWARD -$100-To a senior who shares a sense of humor, demonstrates an intrinsic love of learning, exhibits high moral standards with regard to honesty and respect, works conscientiously and helps others of their own volition.  Emma Freihofer, Juliann Vadney

THE BEUKENDAAL FIRE DEPARTMENT AWARD–$400-Given to graduates pursuing a higher education and who have shown a desire to serve their community. Emma Freihofer, Kolton Heft, Ava Zuend

THE PAUL LASHER ATHLETIC MEMORIAL AWARD-$250-Awarded to a student who has participated in a varsity sport, demonstrated leadership skills, athletic ability and a passion for life.  Jazmyne Corker

THE GLENVILLE HILL VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY SCHOLARSHIP -$250-To residents in the Glenville Hill Fire District #8 who have demonstrated positive qualities as volunteers in the community and school, who have shown integrity, leadership qualities, concern for others, and the ability to work harmoniously with individuals.  Megan Charnews, Brooke DeAngelo, Annamarie Piccirillo

JOHN AND MARGARET FRANCOIS MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP – $300-To an academically qualified student who has consistently demonstrated the positive qualities of a potential educator, and who intends to pursue a degree in music education.   Thomas Wilding

THE P.E.O. CHAPTER OF A.N. SCOTIA, NY AWARD -$350-To a senior girl planning to pursue higher education beginning at a local community college who has demonstrated solid academic achievement, strong character, and extra community involvement.  Alexis Schumaker

THE MOUNTAIN RIDGE ADVENTURE COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP-$150-Awarded to a member of the Class of 2020 whose winning essay addressed the question, “How can society encourage more unstructured outdoor play?” Nicholas Siciliano

THE PETER H. SCHRADER CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SCHOLARSHIP-$500-To a member of the graduating class with a desire to pursue a career in construction or a construction related field and who is mechanically inclined and has demonstrated a good work ethic.  Ethan Sumner-LeGere

ROTARY SCHOLARSHIP-$1,000-Awarded to students who best fit the Rotary motto:  “Service above self, he profits most who serves best.”  Madeline Durant, William-Robert Daniel Bull

SCOTIA ROTARY FOUNDATION PEDRICK, PETERSON & HOLLENBECK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -$2,000-To a senior who best exemplifies the Rotary motto “Service above Self.”  Maggie Owen

SCOTIA ROTARY FOUNDATION KATHLEEN CLOTHIER -RAYMOND CLOTHIER SCHOLARSHIP AWARD – $2,000-Awarded to a student who will use the scholarship “to further his or her education at the college or university of his or her choice.” William-Robert Daniel Bull

LINCOLN SCHOOL PTA SCHOLARSHIP -$500-Open to a senior who attended Lincoln School, in consideration of outstanding personal qualities and fine scholarship, felt to be most in keeping with the ideals set forth as a teacher by Dorothy C. Burbank.  Anna Brown

CAROLYN GERDIN SCHOLARSHIP-$500- Awarded to a graduating senior who attended Lincoln School.  The student must be focused on volunteerism and community involvement; have good scholastic achievement and plan on attending a post-secondary institution.  Camryn Verdi

THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE SENIOR CITIZENS’ SCHOLARSHIP-$1,000-To a graduating senior who has demonstrated academic merit and community service with noteworthy benefit to senior citizens.  Megan Casey, Gabriella Tallman

THE SCHENECTADY FOUNDATION ANNA HUDSON ERBACHER SCHOLARSHIP -$10,000-This award recognizes graduating high school seniors intending to pursue a career in teaching.  The scholarship is for $2,500 per year for up to four years, subject to continued qualification, including satisfactory grades.  Vanessa Hayden

THE KEVIN HADDON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP – $300–In memory of Kevin Haddon, a 2008 graduate of Scotia-Glenville High School.  To a student who attended Votech for welding, HVAC, or electrical and has maintained an average of 85% or higher.   Jared O’Connor

FRIENDS OF MUSIC AWARD-$200-To the seniors who have demonstrated outstanding ability, growth in musical skill and unselfish musical service to the school and community. Katelyn Adis, Sophia Benny, Camryn Munro

JUNIOR TARTAN FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP-$200-Awarded to football players who participated in both Pop Warner and high school football and cheerleaders who participated in high school cheerleading.  Robert Barrera, Patrick Cremo, Tyler Ellwanger, Lorelei Herrera

THE GRACE SOMMERMAN/JEAN HINMAN  NURSING HEALTH CARE AWARD -$500-Open to a graduating senior who has demonstrated a caring concern for others, responsibility and service to school and community, a sense of humor, academic achievement, and an interest in a nursing health care profession.  In memory of Grace R. Sommerman and Jean Hinman.  Emma Freihofer

ALMA MCNEIL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$1,000-To a student planning to attend a two year college or post-high school vocational training who has demonstrated qualities of good citizenship, friendliness, and school spirit as evidenced by involvement in extra-curricular activities.  Presented by the Scotia-Glenville Teachers’ Association. Jeffrey Armour

LESLIE KENNEY/MILDRED PICARD SCHOLARSHIP AWARD-$3,000-Open to a senior planning teaching as a career who has demonstrated leadership qualities, character, and personality suitable for the profession.  Presented by the Scotia-Glenville Teachers’ Association.  Rachel Rosenberg

VILLAGE BOOK CLUB AWARD-IN MEMORY OF CAROL WELCH-$350-Awarded to a deserving senior girl with a love of books and reading.  Laci Phillips

THE JAMES CUFARI MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$500-To a graduating senior who has demonstrated academic responsibility and is planning on attending college or a post-secondary training program.  They must have demonstrated commitment to be a good citizen by volunteer efforts in school and home and have set goals for career and community service. Emma Freihofer

GLEN-WORDEN PTA SCHOLARSHIP-$500-Presented to a senior who attended Glen-Worden School, has demonstrated good citizenship, including extracurricular activities and community service, satisfactory scholastic achievement, and who will attend a post-secondary education institution.  Alia Acosta

THE GLENDAAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$300-Presented to seniors who attended Glendaal School for at least one year and who have been accepted by a two or four year accredited college.  The recipients must have demonstrated a solid grade point average, good citizenship, and put forth the best and most consistent effort in all endeavors.  Zoe Connor, Rachel Rosenberg

THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL PTSA SCHOLARSHIP IN HONOR OF RICHARD J. MCGUIRE -$500-Awarded to seniors who have demonstrated fine personal qualities, admirable conduct and concern for others, and are also most in keeping with the ideals of our former principal, exemplified by good scholastic achievement, good sportsmanship, good citizenship in school and community, and have participated in related activities.  Madeline Durant, Tyler Hanhurst, Camryn Verdi

THE KAY STURDY SCHOLARSHIP AWARD-$500-To students who attended Sacandaga School who have, during their secondary school years, demonstrated their worth as students and citizens.  Maggie Owen, Shelby McNamara

THE DENISE LYN SIMMONS MEMORIAL AWARD-$1,500-To members of the graduating class who attended Scotia-Glenville Middle School, demonstrated a love of music, voluntarily rendered service to the community, participated in interscholastic athletics, achieved above average scholarship, and provided leadership for their classmates through positive personal values.  Madeline Durant

JULIA O. WELLS MEMORIAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION-$750-Presented to a senior who plans to pursue a career in registered professional nursing.  Cassie Sigond

THE FRANK CINIGLIA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$500-To a graduating senior who has excellent moral character; has worked to the best of his/her ability and has shown consistent academic progress through high school; a person who gains satisfaction from academic achievement and community involvement, and does not seek public recognition or leadership roles.  Matthew Tine

THE DEBORAH MAY MEMORIAL -$300-To a student with a passion for Music and/or the stage.  Tyler McMaster

THE VILLAGE OF SCOTIA PATROLMAN’S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP-$250-To a member of the graduating class who demonstrates an interest and commitment to a career in criminal justice or a related endeavor.  Isabelle Ortiz

THE RICHARD W. FYVIE MEMORIAL AWARD-$500-To a graduating senior who has been involved in community service and sports, is in good academic standing, and who may be considering a career in the criminal justice field.  In memory of Richard W. Fyvie.  Sophia Olson

THE KAREN L. HORNICHEK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$150-Presented in memory of Ms. Karen L. Hornichek, Business Education Department Chairperson 1988-1997, to a graduating senior who has demonstrated academic achievement in the business education program, who shows high standards of conduct, is interested and involved in community and church activities, and who shares the same strong commitment to helping others as demonstrated by this devoted teacher. Nicholas Nielsen

THE COLLIER SCHOLARSHIP-$2,500-Awarded to seniors who demonstrate a desire to make a difference in the lives of others through their commitment to the field of education as their career choice.  Dylan Dariano, Camryn Verdi

THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE SECRETARIAL ASSOCIATION AWARD-$800-In memory of all former district secretaries to a graduating senior in the business education program who performs his or her duties in a trustworthy manner, possesses a sense of humor, and is able to get along with others.  Leilah Enoch

THE MIKE MORTENSEN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD -$250-To a senior who will attend a four year college and will participate in inter-collegiate athletics in at least the Division III Level and has a GPA of 85% or higher.  Sophia Olson

CARL M. STEUBING MUSIC AWARD-$500-Awarded to a graduating senior planning to pursue a career in music or music education.  The recipient will have demonstrated excellence in the performing arts during his/her high school career.  Kaleigh Brady

THE LOUIS ARMSTRONG JAZZ AWARD-$100-Presented to a senior jazz band member in recognition of superior musicianship and individual creativity in the area of jazz.  Tyler McMaster

JOHN PHILIP SOUSA BAND AWARD – $100-Presented to a graduating senior band member exhibiting musical excellence and a strong commitment to the school band program. Sophia LeGere

CARL M. STEUBING VISUAL ARTS AWARD-$500-Offered to a graduating senior planning to pursue a career in the visual, graphic, or performing arts.  The recipient will have demonstrated the pursuit of excellence, diligence, and a love for developing talents in the visual, graphic, or performing arts. Vanessa Hayden

NYSATA ART AWARD-$50-Awarded to two seniors who have shown commitment and dedication to the creation of visual artworks as demonstrated through extensive coursework, participation in art shows and overall support of our school arts community.  Isabella Dlugolecki, Ryan Forth

NATIONAL SCHOOL ORCHESTRA AWARD-$100-Presented to a graduating senior orchestra member in recognition of outstanding dedication and superior musicianship.  Claire Silvestri

NATIONAL SCHOOL CHORAL AWARD-$100-Awarded to a senior who has shown both exemplary talent in singing and committed service to the school choral program.  Tyler McMaster

THE GLADYS GAETZ SAWYER ENGLISH SCHOLARSHIP-$250-To a student with high academic achievement who is interested in the study of English and related fields.  Brooke DeAngelo

SPANISH EXCELLENCE AWARD-$100-Awarded to the senior in advanced Spanish with the highest cumulative average in the language.   Katelyn Adis

GERMAN EXCELLENCE AWARD– $100-Awarded to the senior in advanced German with the highest cumulative average in the language.   Anna Brown

FRENCH EXCELLENCE AWARD -$100-Awarded to the senior with the highest cumulative average in the language. Rose Carlstedt

COLLEGE OF ST. ROSE AWARD -$100-To a senior exhibiting high achievement in an advanced foreign language class.  Presented by the Schenectady Chapter of the College of St. Rose Alumnae Association in memory of Mother Rose of Lima, C.S.J.   Andrew Biittig

THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL PTA SCHOLARSHIP-$500-Presented to students who attended Scotia-Glenville Middle School, demonstrated academic excellence, good citizenship, and intend to pursue a post-secondary education.  John Geniti

THE MR. “K” TEACHER EDUCATION AWARD-$550-To a senior who graduated from Sacandaga Elementary School and intends to pursue a teaching degree in any subject area or grade level, including the arts, music, or physical education.  Andrew Biittig

THE CRAIG B. HITCHCOCK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$100-To a student who has demonstrated high academic achievement, strong character, outstanding leadership by involvement in the athletic program, school clubs and activities, and by dedication to school and community through service projects.  Dylan Dariano

RYAN M. SALAMONE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$500-To a student who has demonstrated an aptitude for technology and/or aesthetic design, has a contagious sense of humor and a passion for cars, art or photography. Camryn Munro

THOMAS F. EVERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTED BY THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE LITTLE LEAGUE- $500-To a member of the graduating class who has demonstrated good character, courage, and loyalty in interscholastic sports while maintaining satisfactory academic achievement.  Patrick Cremo

THE CRAIG HITCHCOCK AWARD -$150-To a senior who has maintained a record of high academic achievement, contributed significantly to interscholastic athletics; and by good sportsmanship, a positive attitude, and exemplary citizenship, provides leadership for all.  By the Scotia-Glenville Booster Club.  Madeline Durant

THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE BASKETBALL PLAYERS’ CLUB SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD-$200-By the Scotia-Glenville Basketball Club to graduating seniors who have participated in varsity sports, maintained satisfactory academic achievement, and have been involved in club level athletics.  Robert Barrera, Jazmyne Corker

THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE GIRLS’ SOFTBALL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD-$250-To graduating seniors who have played softball in the S-G league at Beukendaal.  The recipients must have demonstrated scholastic ability, be of good character, be outgoing and friendly, and have been involved in civic and community projects.  Megan Charnews, Zoe Connor

THE BOB HOOD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$100-To members of the graduating class who have demonstrated good citizenship, satisfactory achievement, and a record of participation in interscholastic athletics, by family and friends. Megan Steele, Brett Unser

THE SCOTIA-GLENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT AWARD-$50-By the Scotia-Glenville Adult Booster Club to seniors who have, by their participation in athletics, contributed to the success of their respective teams and who, by positive attitude and active support of teammates and coaches, have consistently worked toward athletic self-improvement. Katelyn Adis, Juliann Vadney, Sophia Olson, Caroline Rooney, Zoe Connor, Annamarie Piccirillo, Kyle Ostrander, John Geniti, Robert Barrera, Aidan Dempsey, Nicholas Nielsen, Zachary Wilson, Kaleb Graves, Alex Edwards, Jason Carusone

THE JOSEPH F. KETCHUM AWARDS-$100-To members of the Class of 2020 who have worked for and with the Scotia-Glenville Interscholastic Booster Club.  Annika Nielsen, Patrick Cremo

THE J. WILLIAM SAWYER MEMORIAL CHEMISTRY SCHOLARSHIP-$250-To a student of fine character who has been an outstanding student in chemistry and who is interested in pursuing the study of chemistry and related fields.  Camryn Munro

THE JOHN L. CONDE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD-$1100-To a senior in recognition of scholarship, leadership, and service to the community who has made a commitment to a career in agriculture, home economics, or a related field, by the Glenville Grange No. 1531.  Jack Ellis

THE DONALD TOMLINSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -$200-To a member of the graduating class who has excelled in technology and who will be attending a post-secondary educational institution.  By Frank and Sons Body Works, Inc.  Kyle Ostrander

THE CHARLES LEONOWICZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$250-To a graduating senior who demonstrates good academic standing, good citizenship in school, and who will be pursuing the field of education.  In memory of Charles Leonowicz, Class of 1976.   Dylan Dariano

THE GARY CHRISTOPHER SMITH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-$250-To a student who graduated from Glendaal Elementary School.  The student should have good scholastic achievement and been very involved in athletics and student affairs.  The recipient should be a person who is respectful of others, is a team player, and is one who has a good sense of humor and a balanced perspective on life.  Jazmyne Corker

THE MARCIA E. VINICK SCHOLARSHIP– $250-Given to a student interested in pursuing a career in Business. Sean Holbrook  

THE SUSAN BETH EIDENS-DOEBLER SCHOLARSHIP -$500-To a senior who has demonstrated sound scholastic aptitude and achievement; the qualities of integrity and outstanding citizenship; is a giver, rather than a taker; has an open mind and works well with others and has a zest for living.   The recipient must be planning to devote his/her career to the field of medical sciences.  Annamarie Piccirillo

SCOTIA-GLENVILLE NURSES’ AWARD-$500-Award given a student who is continuing his or her education in the field of nursing.  The recipient has demonstrated scholastic achievement and a sincere desire to make nursing a career. Portia Gilbert, Emma Freihofer

MARIA MAYNARD SCHOLARSHIP-$400-To a student who is a strong athlete who embodies the principles of good sportsmanship and has demonstrated academic achievement.  Someone who has persevered through a difficult life challenge and is passionate, possesses energy that affects others positively, is kind and has had a positive impact in their community. Annamarie Piccirillo

Award Announcements – June 2020

ALBANY CITY LODGE #540 – Knights of Pythias Achievement Award – Given to a senior who has made the greatest progress in extra-curricular activities and/or community endeavors.  Is awarded to: William-Robert Daniel Bull 

HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOOK AWARD:  In recognition of hard work and individuality, Hudson Valley Community College’s Admissions Office is proud to honor this recipient with $250 towards the purchase of books and school supplies.  Is awarded to: Joseph Czerepak

YMCA OUTSTANDING STUDENT AWARD for exhibiting qualities of leadership, citizenship and volunteerism in the community the following students were nominees for this award this year:

William-Robert Daniel Bull, Megan Casey, John Geniti, Sophia LeGere, Tyler McMaster, Rachel Rosenberg


Megan Casey, Megan Clark, Jazmyme Corker, Jack Ellis, Camryn Munro, Annamarie Piccirillo



U.S. Air Force Math/Science Award awarded to a student who has excelled in Math &Science.  This award is awarded to: Megan Casey

ATTORNEY GENERAL’S TRIPLE C AWARD– recognizes students for courage, commitment and character. This award is awarded to

Corrinne Blond, Vanessa Hayden

PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMIC AWARDS  -The purpose of this award is to recognize academic achievement, high motivation, initiative, and integrity in the classroom.

Silver Certificate– Students must have Cumulative GPA of 90% or above:

Alia Acosta                                Katelyn Adis

         Anne Arocho                             Andrew Biittig

         Kaleigh Brady                           Gabrielle Caisse

         Julia Carroll                              Deanna Charboneau

         Seth Colucciello                         Zoe Connor

         Jazmyne Corker                        Nathan Curtin

         Tyler Ellwanger                        Emma Freihofer

         John Geniti                                Krystina Gerke

         Tyler Hanhurst                          Grace Kochan

         Davinara Marcario                   Camryn Marshall

         Tyler McMaster                        Derek Obman

         Sophia Olson                             Rachel Rosenberg

         Nicholas Siciliano                      Megan Steele                   

          Zachary Torncello                     Jack Turner                             

          Juliann Vadney                         Lilah Vazquez

Gold Certificate – Students must have Cumulative GPA of 90% or above and exhibit high achievement in college admissions examinations (SAT/ACT)

Sophia Benny                             Rose Carlistedt

         Megan Casey                             Megan Clark

         Dylan Dariano                           Brooke DeAngelo

         Aidan Dempsey                         Madeline Durant

         Jack Ellis                                   Portia Gilbert

         Aidan Haldeman                       Marshal Langlois

         Ethan McKone                          Camryn Munro

         Annika Nielsen                          Jennifer Parry

         Annamarie Piccirillo                 Alyssa Roman

         Caroline Rooney                        Emma Roylance

         Alexis Schumaker                     Jillian Terwilliger

         Camryn Verdi