The Middle and High School recently participated in the Annual Underclass Award Ceremony, acknowledging the academic excellence of students this year. In addition to awards that were presented within each subject area, students that participated in the State Science Fair received Congratulation Letters from the VT House of Representatives for their participation in the State Science Fair. Members of the 3D Printing Team also received Congratulation Letters from the VT House of Representatives for receiving High Honors in this year's 3D State Competition. The following awards were also presented:
Dartmouth College Book Award goes to a junior who ranks in the top 10% of the class and has made a positive impact on the school and community. This individual is considered for admission to a highly selective college.
Recipient: Erin Wierzbicki
The Wellesley College Alumni Club Book Award goes to a female in the Junior class whose academic record and character are exceptional and who has made significant contributions to her school and community.
Recipient: Megan Roberts
The Smith College Book Award goes to an outstanding junior who exemplifies the academic achievement, leadership qualities and concern for others that characterize the thousands of women who have graduated from Smith College.
Recipient: Anika Abrahamsen
The Saint Michael’s College Scholarship and Service Book Award recognizes outstanding students who demonstrate a commitment to volunteerism and leadership in community service. Recipients must be high school juniors and inductees of the National Honor Society.
Recipients are: Annie Soho and Grady Gilman
The Rensselaer Award
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, one of the finest technological institutes, is proud to recognize the achievements of the strongest science and mathematics students in the Junior class. A minimum of $60,000 is awarded to this student should he/she pursue study in architecture, engineering, management, science, or the humanities and social sciences at Rensselaer.
Recipient: Annie Soho
The Governor’s Institutes of Vermont Award:
The Governor's Institutes of Vermont empowers young people with intensive, hands-on learning experiences in college settings, which inspire their academic and creative passions, build confidence and leadership, and expand their sense of possibility. Two of our students applied for and were accepted into the following GIV programs:
Elena Preece- 2016 Governor’s Institute for Young Writers and
Brianna Diggs- 2016 Governor’s Institute for Arts.