Congratulations to the 2022 Awards Recipients.
President’s Award for Educational Excellence for seniors who have earned a grade point average of 90 and above. The recipients of this award are:
Lauren Schack-Sehlmeyer, Alison Hebert, Jaeden Sauve, Teaghan Phelan, Emma Russell, Lucas Hart, Lillie Wood, Bailey Traynor, Savannah Beachy, Wyatt Preve, Abygail Clark, Madisyn McCray, Carson Roy, Jasmine LaSalle, Mel Rudolph, Natalie Palmer, Alexis Pickering and Gregory St. Hilaire.
The President’s Awards for Educational Achievement to 3 students, per grade level, that have demonstrated perseverance, tremendous growth and academic commitment throughout the year. The recipients are:
9th grade: Alyssa Gratton, Nathan Anderson and Audrey St. Hilaire
10th grade: Ethen Abare, Becca Lennox and Miyah McCray
11th grade: Riley Langdon, McKenna Oakes and Josephine Trumble
12th grade: Jaden Barcomb, Shyreesha Cayea, and Madison St. Denis
The New York State Comptroller’s 2022 Student Achievement Awards are given to graduating students who have demonstrated leadership potential through involvement in activities that improve the school and/or community, academic excellence and commitment to public service. These awards are presented to:
Bailey Traynor, Jasmine LaSalle, Natalie Palmer, Emma Russell, Lauryn Schack-Sehlmeyer, Lillie Wood, Alison Hebert, Teaghan Phalen and Savannah Beachy.
The Triple C Award recognizes students with tremendous Commitment to bettering themselves, our school and our community; with strength of Character, which has helped them achieve their goals and will guide them in making the right decisions in the future, and with remarkable Courage, which will aid them in meeting all of the challenges ahead, I am pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s Triple “C” Award:Triple “C” Award goes to:
Riley Langdon and Claire Durant
2022 Dekalb Agricultural Accomplishment Award - This award goes to an outstanding high school senior with a superior record of scholarship, leadership and agricultural work experience. The recipient this year is Madisyn McCray.
The Clarkson University Leadership Awards Program is meant to recognize students in their Junior year who demonstrate strong leadership qualities, positively impact their school and local community, and have a proven academic record. This award is for students who may be interested in attending Clarkson University. The Leadership Award totals $60,000 over four years spent at Clarkson University.
This year’s Leadership Award goes to Amelia Supernault.
Congratulations to all of our students who earned a 89.5 average and who were the top two of their class.
Gregory St. Hilaire
Audrey St. Hilaire
Natalie St. Mary