Mid-Coast School Notebook: June 1

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Brunswick High School

Class of 2011 Top 10 Students

Valedictorian: Haley Shaw, daughter of Randy and Carla Shaw.  

Activities and Awards: National Honor Society co-president; math team co-captain; field hockey co-captain; Spanish Honor Society; student government; Saint Michael’s Book Award; Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award; Met Life Student-Athlete of the Month; Maine Field Hockey Association’s All-Academic Team; Girl Scout member; received Girl Scout Silver and Gold awards; volunteer at Curtis Memorial Library.

Future Plans: Dartmouth College.

Salutatorian: Forrest “Kip” Sawyer
, son of Dino Sawyer and Nancy Belanger.

Activities and Awards: National Honor Society; French Honor Society;  Cornell Book award; RIT Computing award; French award; Presidential Scholar nominee; National Merit finalist; yearbook; volunteer at the Maine State Music Theater.

Future Plans: University of Toronto, cellular biology and anatomy major.

Nate McCue, son of Robert and Barbara McCue.  

Activities and Awards: National Merit Scholar Commended Student; The Davis Award; math team captain; American Regions Mathematic League; Spanish and National Honor Society; four-year school treasurer; captain of golf, indoor track and outdoor track teams; peer tutor; volunteer with his church and United Way of Mid-Coast Maine.  

Future Plans: Undecided on college choice, mathematics and economics major.

Alison Pease,
daughter of David and Julie Pease.

Activities and Awards: National Merit Scholar Commended Student; George Eastman Leadership Award; Latin and Spanish Honor Society; Girl Scout member; volunteer with Teens to Trails and Big Brothers, Big Sisters; Key Club; plays oboe with the school Wind Ensemble and the Coastal Youth Orchestra.

Future Plans: American University, Global Scholar Program.

Morgan Moore, daughter of Erika and Marshall Moore.  

Activities and Awards: The Davis Award; National Merit Scholar Commended Student; Yale Book Award; English Department Award; National, Spanish and Tri-Music Honor Society; plays flute with Portland Youth Wind Ensemble; sings with treble choir; theater; field hockey; church youth group member.

Future Plans: Carleton College, history major.

Jennifer Wenzler, daughter of Roseann Wenzler.

Activities and Awards: National and Latin Honor Society; National Merit Scholar Finalist; Colgate Book Award; Rochester Institute of Technology Award; environmental, book and Key Club member; varsity softball; assistant youth basketball coach.

Future Plans: Middlebury, Dickinson or Colby College, social anthropology major.  

Brittany Cost, daughter of Matthew Cost and Jennifer Gray.

Activities and Awards: Spanish Department Award; two-year recipient of English Department Award; Phi Beta Kappa and Brown Book awards; Good Citizen Award from Topsham-Brunswick Daughters of the American Revolution; member of Contemplators Anonymous and The Finer Things Club; yearbook editor; volunteer with Maine Audubon Society, her church group and with Art Van.

Future Plans: Gap year, with travel to Peru or Argentina.

Torri McClintick, daughter of Jolene and Mark McClintick.

Activities and Awards: member of Not For Sale Club; five-year volunteer teacher for her church Sunday school; participated in church mission trip to the Dominican Republic; volunteer at Mercy Hospital, Meals on Wheels and People Plus.

Future Plans: Wheaton College.

Amelia Keyes, daughter of Ralph Keyes and Colleen McKenna.  

Activities and Awards: National, French and Tri-Music Honor Society; Key Club co-president; cross country team; outing club; chorus; student government; yearbook section editor; volunteer usher with the Maine State Music Theater; youth figure skating instructor; Girl Scout member; Teens to Trails Club; participated in semester-long CITY Term in New York City.

Future Plans: Columbia University.

Paul Sullivan, son of Susan and Kevin Sullivan.

Activities and Awards: National Honor Society; plays cello; outing club; Boy Scout member; spent semester working at Cathance River Ecology Center doing independent research.

Future Plans: Bowdoin College.

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