High School announces Class of 2022 ‘Top 20’ students

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Congratulations to the Top 20 students of the high school’s Class of 2022! Their success was announced during the high school’s annual Academic Awards Night, which was held June 8.

“These students have worked incredibly hard to earn this distinction,” said   Interim Principal David Telgheder. “Their commitment to academic excellence and achievement is a testament to their fortitude and perseverance, particularly during the pandemic challenges they — and all our students—  overcame during these past few years. We know they will be successful in all they do. We are so proud of them.”

Rankings, along with the college each will attend and planned major, are as follows:

grace malone

1./Valedictorian: Grace Malone, Syracuse University: Recording/Entertainment Industries

Antonella Lombardo

2./Salutatorian: Antonella Lombardo, RIT: Biology

Kelly Morrison

3. Kelly Morrison, Fordham University: Marketing

O Lombardo

4. Olivia Lombardo, RIT: Biology

L Tanous

5. Lia Tanous, Penn State-University Park: Secondary Education and Special Education

K Johnson

6. Keara Johnson, SUNY Cortland: Biomedical

E DeGeorge

7. Emily DeGeorge, SUNY Binghamton: Undeclared

N Pena

8. Nataly Pena, RIT: Computation and Mathematics

E Kipp

9./Tie: Emily Kipp, University of Illinois: English

C Lynch

9./Tie: Connor Lynch, RIT: Bioinformatics

R Povill

11. Rebecca Povill, Tufts University: Illustration and Child Development

J Mandel

12. Jake Mandel, RPI: Computer Science

C Crowe

13. Kaela Crowe, SUNY Oswego: Undeclared

M Bechtle

14. Meg Bechtle, SUNY Orange: Pharmaceutical Science

D Bonnilla

15. Danielle Bonilla, The Culinary Institute of America: Food Business Management

K Hansen

16. Kaitlin Hansen, Mount Saint Mary College: Elementary Education

A Miller

17. Aiden Miller, SUNY Binghamton: History

A Lopez

**17. Anna Campbell Lopez, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry: Environmental Engineering
(Transfer student recognition)

A Jurain

18. Megan Jurain, SUNY Geneseo: Neuroscience

T DeAngelis

19. Thomas DeAngelis, SUNY Binghamton: Mechanical Engineering

J Mattera

20. Joseph Mattera, SUNY Cortland: Criminology