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81 Blackstone Valley Tech Students Earn John & Abigail Adams Scholarships

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

 

The scholarship recipients

Eighty-one Blackstone Valley Tech students earned John and Abigail Adams Scholarships, the school announced on Tuesday.

Last year, the John and Abigail Adams Scholarships were among nearly six million dollars ($6 million) in renewable scholarships and awards earned by BVT graduates.

The Scholarship

The John and Abigail Adams Scholarship is awarded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. To be eligible, students must earn Advanced and Proficient scores on the grade 10 MCAS exams in English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, and Science and Technology/Engineering (with at least one score of Advanced) and earn a combined score within the top 25 percent of their school district.

Students who accept the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship and enroll as full-time students in a Massachusetts state college or university will receive a tuition waiver for up to eight semesters, which must be completed within six years of the recipient’s high school graduation. Recipients must also maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average during their enrollment.

The following members of the BVT Class of 2019, listed alphabetically by town, were recently informed of their eligibility for the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship:

Bellingham

Tyler Brindamour; Kirsten Flavin; Jessica Giordano; Saddaf Sabir.

Blackstone

Jack Clem; Joseph Martinelli; Colin Norcross-Joyce; Alexandra Patterson; Thomas Watson.

Douglas

Noah Boudreau; Natalie Fenoff; Theron Howe; Aaron King; Natalia Podstawka.

Grafton

Gabrielle DeCosta; Rainer Djohan.

Hopedale

Molly Grassey; Olivia Pellegrini.

Mendon

Meghan Altavilla; Madeleine Asacker; Taylor Burroughs; Conner Christensen; Zachary Comer; Christopher Machione; Jessica McKenzie; Stephen Morelli; Zachary Rivernider; Thomas Snow; Sebastian Vazquez.

Milford

Demitri Almeida; Jessica Boroczky; Christopher Calvao; Adam Cavanaugh; Alex Goldberg; Taber Grose; Cameron Hakesley; Joshua Palomares; Cameron Pelletier; Pamela Pereira; Dawson Potter; Rachel Vachon.

Millbury

Evan Boudreau.

Millville

Madison Durand; Juliana Gambach; Styles Pickering.

Northbridge

Victoria Byrne; Anthony Carneiro; Skylar Chase; Andrew Regan; Sylvia Rodriguez; Vella Ross; Jonathan Whittaker-Smith.

Sutton

Lauren Gray; Peter Guertin; Neve Johnson; Victoria Kacerik; Natalie Kirouac; Justin Limanek; Olivia Mahoney; Zoe Mahoney; Rose Mandella; Grace Peters; Kevin Queally; Nicholas Reed; Sarah Stafinski.

Upton

Adele Brochu; Luke Carey; Ryan Conrad; Maia Giglio; Olivia Harris; Katie Houskeeper; Mackenzie LeClaire; Maxwell Lynnworth; Kairat O'Toole; Patrick Ober.

Uxbridge

Jaylin Bodell; Thomas Campanelli; Jenna Dagle; Mara Eisenhardt; Galina Jaros; Christian Verla.

 

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