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The following seniors finish the academic year as the top 10 percent of students in the Class of 2016 at Cape Elizabeth High School.
James Bottomley, son of Marlene and Pete Bottomley, plans to attend University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Honors/Awards: High Honor Roll; Maroon Medal Society; National Honor Society; St. Michael’s Book Award; AP Scholar with Honor; Western Maine Conference Citizenship Award; Western Maine Conference All Academic team; McDonald’s All State Academic team
Activities: Basketball (captain), Coach’s Award; soccer (captain), Coach’s Award, People on the Hill Award; lacrosse (captain); Jazz Band (saxophonist); Science Bowl; volunteer coach for youth soccer and lacrosse; Preble Street Soup Kitchen volunteer; volunteer referee for basketball and lacrosse
Madeleine Bowe, daughter of Stephanie and Christopher Bowe, plans to attend the University of Vermont.
Honors/Awards: National Merit finalist; Columbia Book Award; CEHS Awards for Excellence in World History I, World History II, Spanish III, AP English Language and Composition; National Honor Society
Activities: Volleyball; basketball; tennis: Senior to Senior Club; Siddhartha Club
Brayden Crosta, son of Linda Carlin and Tim Crosta, plans to attend the University of California at San Diego.
Honors/Awards: Wesleyan University Book Award; CEHS Awards for Excellence in Spanish III, AP Spanish IV, AP Statistics; AP Scholar with Honor; National Honor Society (president)
Activities: World Affairs Council; Math Team; Science Team; ultimate Frisbee team; Don Doane Jazz Combo; Concert Jazz Ensemble
Dana Dufresne-Bonoff, daughter of Ruth Dufresne and Wayne Bonoff, plans to attend Boston University.
Honors/Awards: CEHS Award for Excellence in French; Maroon Medal Society; National Honor Society; Mount Holyoke Book Award; Southern Maine Honors Music Festival
Activities: Math Team; Girl Scouts; Jazz Ensemble; Interact/Volunteer Club
Emma Dvorozniak, daughter of Kathryn Barber and Mark Dvorozniak, plans to attend Boston College.
Honors/Awards: St. Michael’s Book Award; Maroon Medal Society; Western Maine Conference All-Conference Team; Western Maine Conference All-Academic Team; Maine State Ski Team (competed in Eastern High School Regional Championships)
Activities: Alpine ski (captain); Skimeister; tennis; Bartleby Student Literary Magazine
Rachel Epstein, daughter of Jill and Michael Epstein, plans to attend Northwestern University.
Honors/Awards: Dartmouth College Book Award; summa cum laude on National Latin Exam; Maroon Medal Society; AP Scholar Award; CEHS Awards for Excellence in Honors Physics, Sophomore Math, Physical Education, Honors U.S. History
Activities: World Affairs Council; Science Team (co-captain); Math Team; Upper Links; National Honor Society (secretary); Siddhartha School Project
Haley Fawcett, daughter of Amy and Sean Fawcett, plans to attend Boston University.
Honors/Awards: National Honor Society; Maroon Medal Society; Williams College Book Award; CEHS Awards for Excellence in AP Biology and Honors Chemistry; two-time state champion for Vex Robotics; two-time participant in Vex Robotics World Championship
Activities: Robotics; theater; volleyball; Alpine skiing; senior class representative for Student Advisory Council
Chloe Gillian, daughter of Kelly Gillian and Richard Gillian, plans to attend Trinity College.
Honors/Awards: Bates College Book Award; CEHS Award for Excellence in Honors Physics; Southern Maine Honors Music Festival; Maroon Medal Society; National Honor Society
Activities: Wind Symphony; Mock Trial; swimming; Jazz Ensemble; Math Team; teacher assistant; tutor
Hannah Glazier, daughter of Andrea Glazier and Burt Glazier, plans to attend Tulane University.
Honors/Awards: National Honor Society; Yale Book Award; CEHS Awards for Excellence in Honors Freshman English, Honors Advanced Algebra, Honors Geometry, Honors World History I, Honors Chemistry, AP Statistics, Image Management, AP Macroeconomics, Honors U.S. History
Activities: Siddhartha (co-president), Hope Village (co-president), Volunteer Club, tennis
Katherine Hansen, daughter of Jennifer Hansen and Robert Hansen, plans to attend College of William and Mary.
Honors/Awards: College of the Atlantic Book Award; Merriconeag Poetry Contest Finalist; CEHS Excellence Award in Sophomore English; Scholastic American Voices Award Winner 2014; Scholastic Gold and Silver Keys; National Honor Society; TedX Student Performer; All State Violinist
Activities: Portland Youth Symphony Orchestra; Bartleby Student Literary Magazine contributor and editor; Pond Cove kindergarten mentor; St. Bartholomew Choir accompanist; violin teacher
Taylor Reagan Hansen, daughter of Eric and Lisa Hansen, plans to attend Boston College
Honors/Awards: Wellesley Book Award; National Honor Society; Maxima Cum Laude National Latin Exam Award
Activities: Village Crossing Assisted Living Center waitress; Wagnificent Pet Care; Animal Refuge League volunteer; tennis; soccer; Upperlink; Math Team; Volunteer Club; Siddhartha
Eileen Misterovich, daughter of Stephen and Ann Misterovich, plans to attend University of Michigan.
Honors/Awards: CEHS Award for Excellence in AP U.S. History; Trinity College Book Award; William and Mary Leadership Award; AP Scholar with Honor; Rotary Youth Leadership Award; Maroon Medal Society; National Honor Society (chief philanthropist)
Activities: Volleyball; Math Team; Jazz Band; Girl Scouts; Volunteer Club
William Steidl, son of Mary and Scott Steidl, plans to attend Princeton University.
Honors/Awards: Valedictorian; Harvard Book Award; National Merit Scholar; Commitment to Excellence Citizenship Award; Principal’s Award; three year High Honors; Presidential Scholar candidate; Scholastic Gold Key; American Voices nominee
Activities: All-National Honors Concert Band; National Speech Octofinalist, National Catholic Forensic League; All-State Jazz Band; All-State Concert Band; First Chair Trombone Portland Youth Symphony Orchestra; Portland Youth Wind Ensemble; Portland Stage Playwriting Competition winner; Natural Helpers; Science Team (captain); Speech and Debate Team (captain); track (captain)
Natalie Vaughan, daughter of Carol and Tom Vaughan, plans to attend Dartmouth College.
Honors/Awards: Brown University Book Award; Presidential Scholar Candidate; Western Maine Conference Citizenship Award; CEHS Excellence Award in AP Junior English; Myrtle Sherman Award for Excellence in Modern Language; Western Maine Conference Girls’ Soccer All-Academic Team; National Honor Society; Maroon Medal Society
Activities: Varsity soccer; Student Advisory Council; student representative to the School Board; World Affairs Council; Peer-to-Peer Mentoring; Math and Science teaching assistant
McKenna Wood, daughter of Rosemary and Michael Wood, plans to attend Tufts University.
Honors/Awards: Smith College Book Award; AP Scholar with Honor; National Honor Society; CEHS Award for Excellence in World History II and Visual Art; Scholastic Writing Silver Key; Latin III Award; Latin I Summa Cum Laude; Peer-to-Peer Award
Activities: World Affairs Council (co-communications director) ; Model United Nations; Speech and Debate Team; Characters of Cape Elizabeth; Siddhartha (co-president); Science Team (co-captain); Upperlink Program; Peer-to-Peer Club
Taylor Reagan Hansen