She is a member of National Honor Society and a captain of the cross-country team. Olivia is a co-leader of the clubs peer helpers and girl talk, is a student council officer, and participated in Model State and Model UN. In the fall, she will attend College of the Holy Cross. Ashley, of Kennebunk, daughter of Manuela LorenziKayser and Steve Kayser, has been on the math, cross-country, and swim teams, and French club. Ashley will enter the University of Maine honors program, where she plans to major in environmental science.
Shae served on the Class of executive council for all four years of high school, and participated in numerous theater productions. Her involvement at Kennebunk High School over the past four years has included participation in varsity field hockey, varsity. She will be attending Elon University next year majoring in strategic communications and marketing. Kristen would like to congratulate her fellow graduates and wish them all the best in their future pursuits.
Joelle Krause Joelle, of Kennebunkport, daughter of Kathleen and Jonathan Krause, is a four-year member of the varsity soccer team and outdoor track and field team, serving as a captain of both teams in her senior year. Joelle will be attending Clark University in the fall, majoring in business and management. Marshall is an AP Scholar, and will attend Bowdoin.
Lauren Ludwig Lauren, of Kennebunk, daughter of Phil and Joan Ludwig, has been involved with debate team and math team. She studied classical piano and played the flute in band. Mia plans to attend Elon University in North Carolina. Rod Harmon, managing editor Dina Mendros, assoc. He is a four-year member of the ice hockey team, math team and wind ensemble. He will attend Tufts University to study biochemistry and environmental science. He is an Interna-tional Bac-calaureate diploma student, a member of the National Honor Society, and an elected member of the Class of executive council.
A three-sport athlete for all four years, Carlton was one of the captains of the football team and a captain of the track team both junior and senior years. She is also a member of the National Honor Society, peer helpers, unified basketball team and the girl talk program.
Kyra will attend Merrimack College to play lacrosse and participate in the honors program, majoring in athletic training. She played varsity volleyball and softball, and was volleyball captain her senior year. She will attend the University of Maine and major in bioengineering with a focus toward biomedical engineering. Isaac will be a math major, planning to continue. Dan II, Abigail D. He hopes to be greatly involved in the music community in Orono. While at KHS, Isaac was in the chamber choir, band and jazz band.
He is a member of the student executive council, the National Honor Society and math team, and received the Williams College Book Award. Isaac competed in the two mile and pole vault for the track team and was captain of the cross-country team. Levasseur, Mackenzie Lewia, Salma J. Wilson and Andrew M. The soon-to-be graduates of Kennebunk High School enter the school's stadium.
Eckland warned her peers that any accomplishments achieved up to this point will not matter in the next chapter in their lives — but also reminded them that they have. When they are faced with a life dilemma, they should think before acting, he added. He ended by quoting Mahatma Gandhi: Sanford, Maine Louis left and Nicole St.
But on a cool Friday night, Waterhouse Field was a sea of black and orange as parents, current and former students and members of the public gathered Friday night to watch Biddeford High School graduate seniors in the Class of Louis, co-salutatorian, said before marching onto the field with her sister, Nicole, who is also co-salutatorian. Turgeon, who will be studying broadcast journalism at Elon University in the fall, also encouraged graduates to accept their failures.
Shaw called on graduates to not take their friends and families for granted, and to always be kind, trustworthy and proud. Share you with the world. Let yourselves lead a trail others will be proud to follow. Kirsten was a four-year varsity athlete, participating in cheering, indoor track and softball, also earning recognition on SMAA AllAcademic teams, All-Conference.
She is a senior captain of her softball team, and a State and New England cheerleading champion. In the fall, Kirsten will be attending Bentley University, where she will major in accounting. Throughout her years in school she was a dedicated dancer, dancing for nine years at Dance House Productions in Biddeford. In the fall, Charlotte will be attending University of New England, and she plans to study pharmacy.
Charlotte, co-salutatorian of her class, summa cum laude, is the daughter of Jamie and Lisa St. She was involved in numerous activities throughout high school including National Honor Society, the Kickoff Freshmen Mentor program and Interact Club, of which she was president her senior year. She also spent many hours volunteering with the Heart of Biddeford during her early years of high school. She was the recipient of. Nicole, cosalutatorian of her class, summa cum laude, is the daughter of Jamie and Lisa St. Throughout her four years at Biddeford High School, she was involved in many activities including the Interact Club, and was also an active member of the National Honor Society.
Along with these activities, she also participated in the mentoring program for incoming freshmen. During her earlier years of high school, she was a vol-. Outside of school, she participated in dance classes at Dance House Productions in Biddeford, where she danced for nine years. In the fall, she will be attending the University of New England to study pharmacy.
He was part of the Biddeford cross-country team that qualified for the state meet. In the fall, Jacob will be attending St. In the fall, she will attend Suffolk University where she will study radiation therapy and oncology.
She played varsity soccer all four years, and was named all conference. Peyton competed in varsity cheering for the Tigers claiming a regional, state and New England title in She also earned All Conference in cheering. Peyton played varsity lacrosse, ran indoor and outdoor track, and also played tennis throughout her years at BHS. She earned All Academic in all three sport seasons her senior year.
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An avid soccer player, Peyton played premiere level during her high school years, and earned. Throughout his high school career, he has participated in many activities that connected him to Biddeford High School and the community surrounding it. He is the vice president of his class, as well as the secretary of Interact. He is also a member of the National Honor Society, freshman mentoring, and serves as a tutor for all subjects within the school. He is a three-sport athlete participating in football, indoor and outdoor track and field.
During his senior seasons, he was the captain of the track team. In the fall, Carson will be attending the University of Maine, majoring in civil and environmental engineering. During his years at Biddeford High School, Ben has been a runner and captain of the cross country and track teams. Ben participated in National Honor Society, Interact Club, and has taken several advanced placement courses. He has been awarded All Academic status and the Tiger Pride character award.
During her four years at Biddeford High School,. She made the All-Academic team senior year for soccer, as well as all-conference honorable mention her sophomore year as the starting varsity goalkeeper. In the fall, AnnaMarie will be attending Mount Ida College, where she will major in psychology with a minor in education.
During her time at Biddeford High School, she participated in varsity field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse for all four years, and was voted team captain for all three sports her senior year. She broke the BHS all-time assist record in field hockey, and now holds the record for all-time goals and all-time assists in lacrosse.
Taylor was also a representative on student council her freshman and sophomore years, and was voted president-at-large as a junior and student body president as a senior. She was an editor of the yearbook, a staff writer for the school newspaper, a kickoff mentor for freshmen, a junior volunteer for Southern Maine Health Care and a National Honor Society. She has maintained a GPA of 4. In the fall, Charlotte will. Memorial Scholarship — Michael. Louis and Nicole St.
Congrats to the Class of ! She participated in cross country and outdoor track for four years during high school and was named captain of the outdoor track team her senior year. During her freshman and sophomore years, she was also a member of the indoor track team. Emily was selected All Conference for cross-country in her freshman, junior, and senior years and MVP for the last two.
Emily is a member of the National Honor Society and the student athletic leadership council. Emily plans to attend the University of New England to pursue a degree in occupational therapy. He participated in basketball and football his first two years of high school and continued to play football through senior year when he was named team captain.
In the Science Olympiad, he placed fourth in geologic mapping and received a silver medal in hydrogeology. He also has been a coach for a Waterboro Recreation basketball team and has volunteered at Camp Laughing Loon. He will be attending the University of Maine with a dual major in civil engineering and business management. During high school, Steele participated in the all academic gifted and talented program.
He was also a member of the math team in his junior and senior years. Steele will attend the University of Maine and major in civil engineering. She has been a member of the varsity soccer team and student council during high school. For her first two years, she participated in varsity cheerleading and math team, and her last two years, she was a member of the National Honor Society and was the RSU 57 School Board youth liaison, through which she attended the Maine School Management Association Conference. She has volunteered at the Alfred Apple Festival.
She was the student council vice president her senior year, and her junior year, she was the class treasurer and par-. Sierra played on the varsity lacrosse team her freshmen, sophomore, and junior years, and she received various academic awards for high honors and honors in multiple subjects with highestgrade awards in Spanish III, biology, AP biology, and AP government.
Her athletic achievements include being named to the SMAA All Academic Team for varsity cheering, varsity soccer, and varsity lacrosse. Sierra has been accepted at Manhattan College in Riverdale, New York, and will study marketing and economics. Connor was a member of the culture club for three years and became a member of the civil rights club his senior year.
Connor maintained honor roll throughout high school. Connor will be attending Unity College, and he plans to become a wildlife biologist. During high school, he has been a member of the math team and has participated in lacrosse and wrestling. He will attend the University of Connecticut to study biochemistry. During her senior year, she was involved in student government as the class secretary and was part of the yearbook staff.
Danielle plans to attend Flagler College in Florida. He participated in cross-country and outdoor track all four years of high school and was a member of the indoor track team during his freshmen, sophomore, and senior years. His senior year, he also participated in the Science Olympiad.
Troy was on high honor roll for four years and received an academic award in physical education his freshmen year and in English his junior year. He was awarded the Citizenship and Leadership Award his sophomore and junior years. She has been a member of her church youth ministry during high school and was a member of the regional fine arts program for modern dance her freshmen year and for oil painting her sophomore year.
As a junior and senior, she became a member of the Catholic Youth Leadership Team through her church and at school was inducted into the National Honor Society. She attended the Sanford Regional Technical Center for digital design. Alecia worked on the high school yearbook her senior year and maintained high honors throughout high school. Thomas Book Award her junior year. Alecia plans to attend Mount Ida College in Massachusetts. Richard was a varsity member of the crosscountry team and the outdoor and indoor track teams from freshmen through senior year.
He earned honor roll grades throughout high school and was inducted into the National Honor Society his senior year. He will be attending Franklin Pierce University in the fall, and he plans to become a doctor of physical therapy. He plans to continue involvement in cross-country and track while in college. During high school, through private lessons, she studied piano and violin. Her junior year, she became a member of the Portland Youth Junior Orchestra. As a senior she joined the Portland Youth.
Also in the community, Hannah participated in Girl Scouts. She was a member of the lacrosse team, participated in indoor track, and was inducted into the National Honor Society. Hannah plans to attend Loyola University in Maryland. She has been a member of the crosscountry team for three years and participated in indoor track for two years. During her sophomore year, Faith spent a semester attending school at the Coastal Studies for Girls program in Freeport. Faith has also been a member of the Massabesic Outing Club.
She will be attending the University of Maine in the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture, where she will major in marine science. He participated in outdoor and indoor track and in the indoor and outdoor soccer program. Aaron was a member of the cross-country team for two years and participated in the Science Olympiad for three years,. At the high school, Aaron participated in jazz band, pep band, and concert band, and in the community, he was a member of the Portland Youth Wind Ensemble and the Portland Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Through the regional fine arts program, Aaron participated in a jazz improvisation class. He was a Maine Boys State delegate his junior year. Justin plans to attend the University of New Hampshire. She participated in soccer, indoor track, and lacrosse during high school. She was a youth filly lacrosse coach for four years and maintained high honors throughout her high school career.
She placed first in the freshmen film festival her freshman year and her. In the fall, Keilly will attend the University of Maine Farmington, majoring in elementary education. She participated in varsity soccer and indoor track as a freshman. Roshelle continued with varsity indoor track and participated in varsity cross-country her sophomore through her senior years, and she was named to the All Conference Second Team for cross-country as a junior.
She was a member of the Seacoast United Soccer Club for four years and became captain of the soccer team her senior year. Roshelle maintained high honors throughout high school and received academic awards in honors geometry, honors geographical science, honors precalculus, honors biology, health, creative graphic communications, and Spanish. She was also treasurer of the National Honor Society and was a member of the math team her junior and senior years, winning a math team award her junior year. She will attend Saint Anselm College in the fall. Rochelle will major in biochemistry in preparation for a career in pediatric oncology.
Jane participated in theater as both. She joined the Science Olympiad her sophomore year and received a gold medal her junior year and a silver medal her senior year. Jane also placed first in the Lions Club Speak Out Contest her freshmen and sophomore years and moved to the state level competition her junior year. In the fall, she will attend the University of Maine at Fort Kent to study biology with a concentration in environmental studies.
During his four years in high school, Matthew played for the golf and basketball teams.
He joined the student council his junior year and became student council treasurer his senior year. As a sophomore, Margaret played field hockey and lacrosse, and for field hockey, she received the Hustle Award. She was selected for the All Academic Team for lacrosse her sophomore year and for field hockey her junior and senior years.
She was named MVP her last two years of high school. Margaret was also the captain of the outdoor track team and was a Unified Basketball partner. During her junior year, she also volunteered at Alfred Elementary School and for the Alfred Parks and Recreation field hockey program. Margaret will continue her education at Maine Maritime Academy in the fall, majoring in marine transportation operations. She hopes to travel the world as captain of a cargo ship. Ashley played soccer for her first three years of high school and then became a kindergarten soccer coach for Massabesic United Soccer Club her senior year.
Ashley was also a member of both the indoor and outdoor track teams and was named captain for both teams her senior year. During high school, Ashley volunteered at Lakeside Community Church as a nursery, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten assistant. Ashley assisted with the clothing drive for the Massabesic Closet her junior year and is a member of the National Honor Society. Ashley would like to teach English in other countries and will pursue a degree in elementary education at the University of Maine.
While in high school, Madison participated in soccer for three years and varsity ice hockey and lacrosse for four years. With the lacrosse team, Madison was part of the Western Maine Class A championship team her freshmen year and the Class A state championship team her sophomore year, when she was awarded the Thoroughbred Award for her team. For ice hockey, she was chosen for the Sportsmanship Award her sophomore year and was captain her senior year. Madison was SMAA All Academic Team for ice hockey and lacrosse every year of high school and for soccer her sophomore and junior years.
She was a filly youth lacrosse coach for four years and was named to the U. Lacrosse All Academic Team for the last three. She also participated in the math team, National Honor Society and culture club. Madison has also been a member of Girl Scouts for 12 years and has volunteered at numerous locations in southern Maine. Madison will attend the University of Rhode Island; she plans to pursue a doctorate in pharmacy. Erica has been a member of the student council for four years and became co-secretary her senior year.
She also held the position of secretary for the culture club her sophomore and junior years and is the senior class treasurer. She has performed in several theater productions. Erica joined the junior varsity volleyball team her senior year. As a freshman she was a member of the zero waste club, and her sophomore year, she participated in the community bottle and food drive planning committee.
Erica volunteered with community organizations ranging from the local food pantry, to the Toys for Tots campaign and the American Red Cross. Erica maintained high honors and was given an academic award for her performance in Spanish, was named Student of the Month, and was inducted into the National Honor Society. This year, Erica was crowned homecoming queen. In the fall, she will attend the University of Vermont. Cantara, Jack Cavanaugh, Tyler D. Kenney, Liam Kenney, Morgan L. Matthews, Thomas Joseph Mayo, Jr. Devin Adams — Donald J. The staff of MHS believe in your hopes and dreams.
Many were excited about leaving high school, but took the time to reflect on their years at MHS, saying their experience helped shaped them as they prepare to enter college, the armed forces or the job market. But there will be challenges moving forward, cautioned Superintendent John Davis, who will be retiring at the end of this school year.
But being harder does not mean worse. I believe you are up to the challenge. These low points in our journey tell us we are. Autumn Nostrom, Casey D. Box 29 Sanford, ME maherlihy91 gmail. Wasina referenced her younger brother, who has suffered from Lyme disease since he was young and can no longer walk, as an example of someone who does not give up, encouraging her peers to follow his example. Erik, valedictorian of his class, graduated with a 4. He was vice president of the National Honor Society, and a two-year member.
Erik was recipient of the Dartmouth College Book award for most outstanding student and a member of Natural Helpers for two years. He was a five-time First Team All Conference athlete — one-time football, two-time basketball and two-time outdoor track. Erik made the academic team in football and basketball and was a Western Maine Conference Senior All Star basketball game participant.
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Erik completed more than 70 registered hours of community service. He will be attending Springfield College to major in applied exercise science, where he will play basketball and outdoor track. Josh received high and highest honors throughout high school, was vice president of the Class of , and was an active member of student council. In his junior year, Josh was inducted into National Honor Society.
Josh plans to return to the Biddeford Regional Center of Technology to finish the electrical technology program and pursue a career in the electrical field. Mariah was drum major with the marching band, an active member of National Honor Society, Natural Helpers and jazz choir, a volunteer at Loranger Middle School teaching music, and a full time worker outside of school. She plans to attend Minerva Schools in San Francisco to study computational and natural science, and she hopes to become an agricultural engineer. As a freshman, Kiley took part in many activities, including Natural Helpers, Interact Club and softball.
By junior year, she helped in the prom committee, was secretary of the student council, and was co-secretary in student government. Kiley was chosen to join the National Honor Society her junior year, and elected president her senior year. Through that course work, Kiley decided she wanted to be a nurse, and will be majoring in nursing at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island.
Kiley achieved honors all four years, and will be graduating sixth in her class. She was on the field hockey team for four years, and was a captain her senior year. At school, she was a member of. Natural Helpers, Interact, International Club where she recently traveled to Belize and the facilities committee.
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She was also National Honor Society treasurer, student council vice president, and the treasurer of her class. She was enrolled in legal studies at the Biddeford Regional Center of Technology, where she was also a member of the leadership council as the secretary and the National Technical Honors Society. In school, she earned high and highest honors throughout the semester, was a recipient of the Bowdoin Book award in , and was on the Western Maine Conference First Team for field hockey.
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