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Area graduates have received the following honors or awards:
New England New England, name applied to the region comprising six states of the NE United States—Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The region is thought to have been so named by Capt. Law-Boston
Northboro: Courtney E. Ziegler.
Auburn: Caileigh Warren.
Holden: Jonathan Long.
Rutland: Thomas Metzmaker.
Southbridge: Julie Vairo.
Sturbridge: Meghan Morrissey.
Worcester: Emily Stempler.
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Athol: Jeanne A. Dodge, Joseph Gamache, William J. Thompson and Hollee M. Watson.
Ashburnham: Ashley M. Bridge, Nicole L. Cormier, Michael V
Michael V the Caulker or Kalaphates (Greek: Μιχαήλ Ε΄ Καλαφάτης, . Elliott and Craig N. Hebert.
Ashby: Megan M. Brown, Micaela J. Fors and Jordan S. Grinstein.
Auburn: Laurie M. Carr, Ryan A. Fitzgerald, Stephanie M. Jazz and Daniel M. Semenuk.
Berlin: Kayla A. Blake.
Bolton: Cable A. Dill, Douglas C. Frazer, Sean M. Hannaway, Timothy M. Lauer, Christopher K. Ward and Jillian A. Whalen.
Blackstone: Leah K. Boisvert and Phouangmaly M. Oupravanh.
Boylston: Catherine A Martin.
Brimfield: Jennifer M. Kelleher, Christopher J. Reardon and Gina M. Sciartilli.
Brookfield: John W. Fisher and Genevieve R. Lariviere.
Charlton: Michael D Barrows, Kyle J. Giard, Tyler J. Maruca, Matthew P. Morey, Scott A. Norcross, Robyn L. Ross and Rebecca L Wolstencroft.
Clinton: Amanda L. Cummings, Kelly N. DeLeo and Krystal A Minnicucci.
Dudley: Laura M. Wilk.
Douglas: Corry A. Mackin.
Fitchburg: Zachary R. Beaulieu, Brandon G. Breau, Sissy sis·sy
n. pl. sis·sies
1. A boy or man regarded as effeminate.
2. A person regarded as timid or cowardly.
3. Informal Sister. Chang, Gregory A. Cormier, Bradley J. Howe, Amanda M. Marth, Kaitlyn M. Martin and Luciana Silva.
Gardner: Russell J. Boutelle Jr., Matthew J. Crete, Kristina L. DeRoy, Jeremiah J Driscoll, Alexandra J. Griffin, Kyle P. Johnson, Danielle M. LeBlanc, Karen A Palma Palma or Palma de Mallorca (päl`mä thā mälyôr`kä), city (1990 pop. 325,120), capital of Majorca island and of Baleares prov., Spain, on the Bay of Palma. and Cassandra M. Poulin.
Gilbertville: Sean T. O'Connor.
Grafton: Brian L. Belleville, Kaitlin R Brazell, Jennifer K. Jacobsen, Jaclyn R. Jacobson, Anthony S Poirier, Michael R. Powell and Christine E. Tauras.
Hardwick: Aili E. May.
Holden: Virginia K. Anderson, Megan M Campbell, Kelly A. Dalianis, Christina R. Del Donno, Charlie D. Dunn, Jeffrey R. Lacey, Katherine F. Lundy and Marisa J. Rossetti.
Holland: Holly A Fairchild and Whitney C Valiton.
Hopedale: Dominique M LeMarbre and Stephen John Rajcula IV.
Hubbardston: Jennifer A. Sullivan.
Jefferson: Jonathan J. Bruso and Gregory T Jonaitis.
Lancaster: Ronald Grunder, Sarah-Lyn Minko and Hilary K. Schiffer.
Leicester: Kevin M Brousseau, Brendan T. Cherry, Brian P. Leary and Lauren M. Sestokas.
Leominster: Stacey L Burgess, Meaghan H. Chevrette, Alexander Cullen Cloutier, Erin L. Curran, Christina D. Gounaridis, Melissa A. Jones, Ryan R. Logan, Cameron R. Mackenzie, Kristy L Maxfield, Patrick James Pratt, Jerome J Rogich, Michael F Valliere and Danielle M. Watson.
Linwood: Amanda M. Hall.
Lunenburg: Erik L. Borreson, Michael J. Diamantopoulos, Bryan P. Man, Christopher J. McKenna, Emily S. Proctor, Sara B. Roche, Charles K. Ruggles, Rachel D Wentworth and Nicole A. Zarba.
New Braintree: Christa M. Elliott.
Northboro: Elizabeth R Elizabeth R is a BBC television drama serial that was broadcast in six, 85 minute parts on terrestrial channel BBC Two from February to March 1971. Starring Glenda Jackson in the title role, it was a largely accurate, historical portrayal of the life of Elizabeth I of . Biehl, Brennan G. Clark, Sean P
Sean Paul Joseph (born May 7, 1979) known by his stage name Sean P (formerly Sean Paul), is an American rapper and one half (with J-Bo) of the group YoungBloodZ. . Daly, Brandon E. Donadt, Nicholas R. Garofalo, Michael C. Gillingham, Robert D. House, Dave L Hruska, Elizabeth P. Rosseel and Tiffany R Strout.
Northbridge: Adam P. Butler, Kristen A. Gosselin, David P. Lavallee and Donna M. Smith.
North Brookfield North Brookfield is the name of some places in the United States.
North Grafton: Jenna E. Faden, Pauline H. Nguyen and Emma L. Pfordresher.
Manchaug: Kimberly A. Russell.
Marlboro: Nicole A. Cameron, Nicole A. Emino, Jason M. Falamino, Matthew B. Macdonald, Melissa J. McTyre, Rosalyn Medico, Danielle C. Simoneau, Amanda L Terkelsen, Charles Q. Tran, Marguerite Voskanian and Melynda Kate Whitney.
Mendon: Kaleigh A Maines.
Milford: Atemnkeng Aminmentse, Stephanie N. Asmar, Andrew M. Bratica, Matthew J Callahan, Michael T. Kissane, Kevin M. Koczwara, Matthew C. Messer and Erin L. Sutherland.
Millbury: Christopher E. Gagnon and David F. Hughes III.
Oakham: Kelly A McDonald and Megan A Young.
Orange: Orange: Nicholas J. Castonguay, Tracy Ann Clarke, Alycia M. Hause, Michael J. Spooner and Emma A. Towle.
Oxford: Rebecca A. Hazelton, Nicole M. Jorge, Kaitlyn M. Kirk, Robin Ann Lemire, Alexa E. Marcigliano, Thuy K Truong and Jennifer E Wagner.
Paxton: Ingrid E Ludwig.
Phillipston: Matthew J Smith.
Princeton: Matthew L. Cadwallader, Katlyn E. Durand, Benjamin S. Feinsilver, Daniel s O'Coin, Katherine P. Olesin and Jeffrey M. Villa.
Spencer: Christine M Beauregard, Jeffrey L. Fazio, Francis A. Fazio, Robin L. Lajoie, Peter L Sargent and Mark R. Tappin.
Rochdale: Monica E. Baczko, Angela N Markley and Nathan T. Owen.
Royalston: Brandon J Jeffery.
Shrewsbury: Chelsea M. Beckmann, Dennis M. Ciociolo Jr., Steven J. Demartini, Kaitlyn E. Finneran, Elise M. Ford, Nazita Gamini, Dana M. Giffin, Alyssa G. King, Felix Y. Malinkevich, Ashley M. Maroney, Justin M. McCarthy, Andrea M. Morand, Duy Xuan Nguyen, Mark D. O'Brien, Rosemarie K. Reynolds, Kenneth M Terrill, Alexander D. Thomas and Evan B Violette.
Southbridge: Christopher R. Ciukaj, Alejin Del Valle and Alya K Lakhani.
Sterling: Sarah F. Benoit, Christopher A. Carlin car·line or car·lin
A woman, especially an old one.
[Middle English kerling, from Old Norse, from karl, man.] , Timothy J. Rogacz and Rachel A Steinhardt.
Sturbridge: Caitlin M. Almeida and Jillian Penan.
Sutton: Erin J. Achilles, Amy A. Davagian, Conor J. Geraghty, Joeseph R. Geraghty, Michael R. Judge, Kristen E. Newell, Steven T. Otoole, David A. Patient, Christina Ashley Paul, Roger A. Sabourin and Daniel C. Shaw.
Townsend: Joseph J. Burbage III, Derek R. Coble co·ble
1. Nautical A small flatbottom fishing boat with a lugsail on a raking mast.
2. Scots A kind of flatbottom rowboat. , Katelyn M. Dinicola, Sean F Monroe, Todd S Todd , Sir Alexander Robertus 1907-1997.
British chemist. He won a 1957 Nobel Prize for his study of nucleic acids and nucleotide structures. . Monroe, Philip A Morrison Jr, Karen Marie Panella, Frederick J. Prescott, Benjamin M. Rauhala, Katelyn A Russell and Andrew A. White.
Upton: Aric A Binaco, Geoffrey D. Dorenzo, Bryan W. Putney and Justin M. Stewart.
Uxbridge: Brandon A. Krol, Francis M. Maheno and Edward T. Stack.
Wales Wales, Welsh Cymru, western peninsula and political division (principality) of Great Britain (1991 pop. 2,798,200), 8,016 sq mi (20,761 sq km), west of England; politically united with England since 1536. The capital is Cardiff. : Pamela J. Bourque.
Ware: Andrew P. Dunham, Douglas W Imbier, Nicole M. Kent, Heidi A Kochanek, Megan C LaFlamme and Jessica C. Smith.
Webster: Rachael W. Herman, Sean M. Hetherman, Cassandra R. Lebeaux, Allison M. Moran and Jessica L Nalewajk.
Westboro: Victoria R. Dymerets, Erin R. Kelley, Juliana C. Lonardo, Trevor J. McCarthy, Emily R. Nedelman, Jillian E. Perry, Andrea P. Schneider, Connor T. Thompson, Ashley L. Weaver and Ho Y. Wong.
West Boylston: Kimberly A. Marshall.
West Brookfield: Amanda L. Blair and Michael G. Deotte.
Westminster: Shannon M. Brighenti and Ashley C Maillet.
Winchendon: Corey A. Civin, Kerri Flanagan, Michael B Hietala, Robert F Jenkins, Benjamin C. Martins, Amanda H. Paul and Anthony R Romano.
Whitinsville: Matthew T. Andrikowich, Daria A. Boratyn, Elissa K. Henriques, Kristen J. Melesky, Jessica L. Ouellette, Mason A. Ovian, Stacey E. Susienka and Matthew S. Wilson.
Worcester: Matthew P. Adlestein, Jacqueline J. Binkoski, Jacqueline T. Bourque, Joshua H. Burday, John J. Cammuso, Whitney L. Capstick, Angela M. Carabba, Matthew L. Conlon, Danielle M. Contois, Jonathan J. Ethier, Patrick T. Flanigan, Rochelle M. Gauvin, Lukasz W. Kowalski, Jason Kraku, Jessica L. Reynolds, Rebecca A. Rubin, Rebecca J. Sillup, Romen Kocibelli, William N. Thuo, Thien P. Tran, Khanh-Huong T. Tran, Cuong N. Truong, Hoang H. Nguyen, Christopher J Roy, Bernadette A Samko, Brittany S Zelesky, Michael S. Coffin, Sung J. Worcestor, Katherine L Judge, Elizabeth C. McLoughlin, Carly A. Morin, Danielle A. Pechor, Naa-Kwarley Quartey, Eduardo Guardiola, Joseph B. Keefe, Joshua A Martunas, Eugene Matz, Jonathan S. Mauro, Benjamin D. Merva, Anthony G. Rapsomanikis, Eric B. Stein and Saima Varcie.
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: Justin D. Clews clew 1
1. A ball of yarn or thread.
2. Greek Mythology The ball of thread used by Theseus to find his way out of the labyrinth.
3. clews The cords by which a hammock is suspended. , Xun Liao, Nicole E. Martin, Kimberly M. Toney.
Brandeis University Brandeis University, at Waltham, Mass.; coeducational; chartered and opened 1948. Although Brandeis was founded by members of the American Jewish community, the university operates as an independent, nonsectarian institution.
Worcester: Dara Yaffe.
Cazenovia College Cazenovia College is a private, four-year, residential liberal arts college located in the Village of Cazenovia in Madison County, New York. It enrolls approximately 800 students in baccalaureate programs.
Athol: Taren M. Roberts.
Millbury: Kimberly M. Waldron.
Shrewsbury: Erin E. Crowley.
Sterling: Laura Croucher.
Paxton: Christine A. Pankratz.
Kettering University The university boasts that the majority of its' seniors are employed or accepted to graduate schools before graduation and that one out of 15 alumni either own their own business or are high-level managers in leading companies (see Notable Alumni).
Berlin: Michael Barter.
Norwich University Norwich University, at Northfield and Montpelier, Vt.; coeducational; founded 1819 as a private military college, opened 1820 at Norwich, Vt.; chartered under present name 1834, moved to Northfield 1866.
Holden: Andrew Janik.
Millbury: Zachariah Wetzel.
Whitinsville: James Kiritsy.
Westminster: Seth Knihtila.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy Massachusetts Maritime Academy (also called Mass Maritime or MMA) is a regionally accredited, coeducational, state college offering undergraduate degrees in maritime-related fields, as well as graduate degrees and professional studies. (President's List)
Fitchburg: Cadet Allison Condino.
Leominster: Cadet Rebecca Edgerly.
Worcester: Cadet Matthew Duggan.
Worcester: Cadet John Meagher.
Whitinsville: Rachel E. Tatarek.
Syracuse University Syracuse University, main campus at Syracuse, N.Y.; coeducational; chartered 1870, opened 1871. Syracuse is noted for its research programs in government and industry; facilities include the Center for Science and Technology, the Newhouse Communications Center, and
Ashburnham: Jillian Davis.
Auburn: Nicole Paulhus.
Berlin: Jessica Wiley.
Bolton: Ashley Owen.
Grafton: Nadine Malouf.
Holden: Brandon Goodnow, Lindsay Sundin and Michelle Weaver.
Leominster: Kathryn Cook, Stephanie Olson and Brenna Woods.
Mendon: Margaret Bertram.
Millbury: Michael Bonner and Elizabeth Kwiatkowski.
North Brookfield: Stephanie Eckelkamp
Northboro: Matthew Spitulnik, Carlye Eder and Evan Morrison.
Rutland: Philip Gwyther.
Shrewsbury: Kathleen Camerato and Anne Mccarthy.
Southboro: Hans Spicer, Timothy Curley-Egan, Matthew Doherty Matthew Doherty (born 29 April 1987, in Derry) is a Northern Irish professional footballer, currently playing for Cowdenbeath on loan from Heart of Midlothian. While primarily considered a winger, he is versatile enough to play as a wingback or central striker when required. , Michael Eagle and Andrew Golibersuch.
Sterling: Timothy Daigle.
Sutton: Rachael Suhl and Rachel Valletta.
Upton: Lauren Krauth.
Uxbridge: Alexandra Lozinski.
Webster: Sarah Neslusan and Kevin Stone.
West Boylston: Daniel Foley.
Westboro: Jennifer Arnold, William Butler William Butler may refer to:
Whitinsville: Sarah Koopman.
Worcester: William Kempskie.
University of Delaware
West Boylston: Vanessa B. Greaney.
Worcester: Margot M. Campbell and Laura M. Honig.
Washington University Washington University, at St. Louis, Mo.; coeducational; est. as Eliot Seminary 1853, opened 1854, renamed 1857. It has a well-known medical school and school of social work as well as research centers for radiology, space studies, engineering computing, and the
Worcester: Howard Rudnick.
Wheaton College Wheaton College may refer to:
Leicester: Seth P. Robinson.
Fulbright Scholarship Fulbright scholarship
Educational grant under an international exchange program created to increase understanding between the U.S. and other countries. The program was conceived by U.S. Sen. J. William Fulbright and instituted by the Fulbright Act of 1946.
Holden: Addison Kemp.
HONORS AND AWARDS
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. Book Award
Westboro High School
Westboro: Rebecca M. Mongeau.