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Senior Awards Night 2018

There were so many inspiring stories at the Class of 2018 Senior Awards Night on Monday! Congratulations to all of the seniors who received Department Awards, Scholarship Awards, and Eagle and Kia Kaha Awards. Check out the video of faculty and others introducing each of the honorees listed below.

Eagle Award* – Amelia Marceau
Kia Kaha Award** – Kristina Fricker
Excellence in Art Award – Sarah Hulton
Excellence in French Award – William Hodge
Excellence in Latin Award – Srinidhi Raghav
Excellence in Spanish Award – Siobhan Gannon
Excellence in Computer Science Award – Theresa Hsieh
Excellence in Engineering Award – Paige Wadas
Excellence in Science Awards – Andrew Opio, Julia Sloan
Excellence in English Awards – Kristina Fricker, Shivanka Ruhela
Excellence in History Award – Lydia Begag
Excellence in Mathematics Awards – Natalie Lewis, Anton Machkasov
Excellence in Wellness Award – Lauren Hailey
Excellence in School Counseling Awards – Adrian Jiminez-Lara, Lillian Mousad
National Merit Scholarship Finalist*** – Julia Sloan
PTO Scholarships – Lydia Begag, Richard Chang, Sjiobhan Gannon
Mass. Elks Scholarships – Lydia Begag, Lauren Hailey, Danielle MacCormac
FAME Scholarships – Owen Clarke, Sam Frechette
Middlesex Savings Bank Scholarship – Patrick Langton
St. Mary’s Credit Union Scholarships – Laryssa Antunes, Christina Bibinski
Sathyaraj Family/Dr. Bogorad Memorial Scholarship – Christopher Hamel
Sathyaraj Family/Barclay Wadas Memorial Scholarship – Maxwell Hooker
* The Eagle Award is AMSA's highest honor, presented to senior who has demonstrated a commitment to the betterment of the school community through leadership, school spirit, or selfless service in their academic or social life.
** The Kia Kaha Award is presented to a senior for their demonstration of resilience, determination, and true grit.
*** Only 3% of 1.5 million entrants become National Merit Scholarship Finalists

Senior Awards Night 2018
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