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Area students and educators have received the following honors or awards:
Bridgewater State College History
BSC was founded by Derek Stukey as a normal school styled Bridgewater Normal School. One of the first normal schools in the nation, its initial mission was to train school teachers. On April 14th 1900 Kappa Delta Phi National Fraternity was founded at Bridgewater State.
Ashburnham: Jason L. Baron and Kayla K. Hamilton.
Auburn: Kathryn M. Costello and Stephanie A. Sciaraffa.
Blackstone: David E. Gavin and Derek J. Poirier,
Boylston: Maria M. Stephanou.
Brookfield: Kenneth L. Weiss.
Charlton: Thomas P. Christian.
Douglas: Alison M. L'Heureux and Alex B. Myers.
Gardner: Christopher J. LeBlanc and Patrick R. Leger.
Grafton: Ting-Wei Chu.
Holden: Elizabeth K. Wiles wile
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Hudson: Tracy E. Cunha and Rose M. DuMont.
Leicester: Eustace T. Conjoh.
Leominster: Scott W. Thomas.
Marlboro: Catherine E. Armour, Lauren M. Dupuis and Sarah E. Fahey, Angela N. Frost, Daniel J. Rudzinsky, Layli H. Sylvester and Brian W. Tramontozzi.
Mendon: Colleen M. Coppinger and Kristina M. Maniates.
Milford: Daniel J. Ohannesian, Stephanie E. Rowland and Amanda R. Schaen.
Millbury: Jessica L. Hand.
Millville: Pamela J. Astin and Sarah A. Wilson-Macione.
Northboro: Shawna M. Hough and Elizabeth M. Johnson.
Oxford: Malachi J. Charbonneau and Amanda L. Sochia.
Shrewsbury: Samuel J. Gattoni and Amanda E. Meader.
Spencer: Kasey A. Lavallee and Amanda J. Sprow.
Sturbridge: Timothy E. Robinson,
Sutton: Benjamin J. Herbold and Deryk R. Largesse lar·gess also lar·gesse
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Uxbridge: Andrew M. Kraich, Kayla M. Perro.
Ware: David M. Neffinger and Hallie M. Topor.
Webster: Colleen M. Cimoch.
West Boylston: Jarrett J. Sorge.
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Westboro: Mackenzie Ann Brown.
Shrewsbury: Maxim Kashdan.
Westboro: Yingting Cheng and Si Ning Li.
Worcester: Hovig Charchaflian.
Douglas: Katiegrace Youngsma.
North Brookfield: Sara L. Phelan.
Oxford: Lauren Grenier.
Saint Michael's College For the college in Toronto, see University of St. Michael's College.
For the school in Adelaide, see St Michael's College, Adelaide.
Saint Michael's College is a private, residential, liberal arts Catholic college. The 440 acre campus is located in Colchester, Vermont.
Lancaster: Stephen Anthony O'Neil.
Saint Joseph College
Worcester: Maria Fahey.
Salem State College
Salem State College is a four-year public institution of higher learning located in the city of Salem, Massachusetts.
Marlboro: Laura J. Miller and Paul C. Ramsay.
Milford: Christine M. Crean and Patricia J. Savelli.
Orange: Lisa M. Bouchie.
Shrewsbury: Joann L. Baril .
Webster: Chrisie N. Walker.
Auburn: Erin P. Joyce.
Barre: Elyse L. Pettee.
Blackstone: Kristin M. Walsh.
Brimfield: Caitlin R. Phifer.
Charlton: Kasey L. McNulty.
Gardner: Katie L. Walsh.
Hudson: Ashley D. Allen, Leah Ferjulian and Joanna L. Jette.
Leominster: Kara A. Beauregard and Kerri M. Lane.
Marlboro: Jessica M. Carlson.
Milford: Robyn M. Gagnon and Michael P. Rolo.
Millbury: Beth Rheaume.
Millville: Robert T. Marecaux.
Sturbridge: Joy M. Richard.
Sutton: Tegan E. George and Robert J. Sullivan.
Townsend: Kevin L. Nigro and April Megan Holland.
Ware: Pawel K. Brzykcy.
Worcester: Christine Derosier.
University of Maine at Farmington UMF redirects here. This article is about the University in Maine. For the music festival in Miami, see Ultra Music Festival.
The University of Maine at Farmington, established in 1864 as Maine’s first public institution of higher education, is a public liberal arts
Leominster: Samantha Starrett.
Washington and Lee University Washington and Lee University, at Lexington, Va.; coeducational; founded and opened 1749 as Augusta Academy. It was called Liberty Hall in 1776; became Liberty Hall Academy (a college) in 1782, Washington Academy (following a gift from George Washington) in 1798,
Northboro: Christopher W. Henry
Spencer: Holly E. Janbergs.
Leicester: David Loudon.
Bay Path College Bay Path College is a private women's college that is located in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1897. Men are accepted in the graduate programs. Its motto is "Carpe Diem." Dr. Carol A. Leary is the College's current President.
Charlton: Giomar Jacome.
University of Delaware  The student body at the University of Delaware is largely an undergraduate population. Delaware students have a great deal of access to work and internship opportunities.
Worcester: Margot M.Campbell.
$3,000 Sam Walton Community Scholarship
University of Vermont
Millbury: Nicole Ashmankas.
Center for Italian Culture
Fitchburg State College
Ashby: Amy Giambrocco.
Fitchburg: James Alexander and Samantha Soini.
Lancaster: Matthew Sullivan.
Leominster: Ashley Robison.
Sterling: Chantille Zaharee.
David Jacques Memorial Scholarship
Gardner High School
Gardner: Thomas Kelley
Douglas R. Woodward Scholarship.
Millbury: Arianna Paquette.
F. B. Parriott Graduate Scholarship
The University of Tulsa
Worcester: Kaila Therrien.
HONORS AND AWARDS
2009 Presidential Scholar Award
Charlton: Jessica Q. DeLacey.
Uxbridge: Alice H. Stack.
2008-2009 Air Force Junior ROTC Distinguished Unit Award with Merit
Burncoat High School JROTC JROTC Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
21st Century Leaders Awards
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Marlboro: Lauren N. Mahoney.
Northboro: Robert House.
Upton: Lindsay E. McCluskey.
Allison Weber Outstanding English Equestrian Student Award
The University of Findlay The University of Findlay is a private university located in the City of Findlay in northwest Ohio. It was affiliated with the Churches of God, General Conference, and was founded in 1882 by the City of Findlay and the Churches of God, General Conference.
North Brookfield: Ashley Parsons.
Cum Laude Society The Cum Laude Society is an organization that honors scholastic achievement at secondary institutions, similar to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, which honors scholastic achievements at the university level.
Worcester: Samuel Broadhurst, Alex Buslov, Garth Franklin, Johanna Okerlund, Anne Salloom and Emily Salloway.
Fitchburg State College-2009 Discovering Young Writers Competition
Leominster High School Leominster High School (also known as Leominster High or LHS) is a public high school located in Leominster, Massachusetts. It is the only secondary educational institution found in Leominster. It is situated on a sprawling 26-acre campus in the western area of Leominster.
Leominster: First prize, Laura DiCienzo; Second price, Katelyn Palladino and Richard Meigs; and Third price, Dianna Bronchuk and Victoria Almeida.
Oakmont Regional High School Oakmont Regional High School is a public high school in New England, located in Ashburnham, Massachusetts. Its students come from both Ashburnham and neighboring Westminster which together comprise the regional School District. The superintendent of the district is Dr.
Ashburnham: First prize, Brain Duphily; Second price, Jacqueline Bresnahan and Amy Brackett; and Third price, Justina Smith and Noelle Landry.
Sol Boskind Award
Worcester State College
Hopedale: Mary J. Rosati.
Framingham State College Framingham State College, at Framingham, Mass.; chartered 1838, opened 1839 at Lexington, moved to Framingham 1853, a normal school until 1930. Formerly known as the Massachusetts State Teachers College, it adopted its present name in 1960.
Geography Scholar Award
Northbridge: Jeremy Harris.
Elizabeth Smith Foundation Scholarship Award and Constance Jordan Scholarship Award
Sterling: Samantha A. Brackett.
Martin F. O'Connor Scholarship
Phillipston: Kelly E. Farrell
Mary Bon Scholarship Award and Margaret Judge Akillian Scholarship Award
Worcester: Elizabeth A. Morrissey.
Tsongas Scholars Program Award
North Brookfield: Mary B. Kularski.
Alpha Kappa Delta Alpha Kappa Delta ("AKD") is an international sociology honor society.
Founded in 1920 by Emory S. Bogardus, of the University of Southern California sociology department, the name is derived from the Greek anthrôpos meaning mankind, katamanthanô, meaning to examine closely
Ware: Jules Martowski.
Alpha Sigma Lambda Alpha Sigma Lambda is a national honor society for non-traditional undergraduate students (typically over the age of 24) who achieve and maintain outstanding scholastic standards and leadership characteristics while adroitly handling additional responsibilities of work and family.
Fitchburg State College
Ashburnham: Renee Caldwell.
Douglas: Bryant Laflamme.
Fitchburg: Marisol Hernandez.
Hubbardston: Michael Farrell and JoAnn Garrity.
Leominster: Barbra Kurzanski and Carol Robison.
Phillipston: Rebecca King.
Winchendon: Jeffrey Dickens.
Phi Sigma Theta
Leicester: Christopher Sjogren.
Tau Pi Phi
Dudley: Allison Page.
Holden: Matthew Palmgren.
Shrewsbury: Brian Gesuse.
Sterling: David Tinsley.
Fitchburg State College
Outstanding New Advisor Award
Fitchburg: Lisa Moison.
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