UXBRIDGE - Uxbridge High School held graduation ceremonies
The graduates are:
Alyssa Adamson, Douglas Anderson Douglas Anderson may refer to:
, Richard R. Aubin, Casey J. Audet,
Matthew G. Balcom, Christopher R. Banks, Dean Barron, Raymond Barron *,
Eric Bazzett, Jennifer Marie Bedard, Samantha Shelby Bedard, Derek
Richard Belanger, Anthony M. Berardi, Laura Elizabeth Bishop Elizabeth Bishop (February 8, 1911 – October 6, 1979), was an American poet and writer. She was the Poet Laureate of the United States from 1949 to 1950. She enjoyed critical acclaim in her lifetime, and her poetry continues to be widely read and studied. , Katelyn
Rose Boucher, Kayla Jan Boutin *, Thomas Michael Brennick, Christopher
Bretana, Alexandra Renee Buhler, Eric S. Byrnes, Daniel Patrick Cahill,
Bruce Michael Caufield, Kaitlyn Riane Chenevert **, Erik Mark
Christensen, Casey Joseph Couture, Nolan James Crudele, Kyle Jeffrey
Day, Nicholas Kevin DeSisto, Rachel Drywa (salutatorian sa·lu·ta·to·ri·an
- Douglas A. Anderson, writer, editor and Tolkien scholar
- Douglas Anderson (screenwriter), head writer of the TV series Guiding Light
- Douglas Anderson School of the Arts
The student with the second highest academic rank in a class who delivers the salutatory at graduation exercises.
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Arthur Dubois, Thomas A. Emond, Stephanie Catherine Ensom, Canaan G.
Fillippelli, Peter C. Gallerani, Phillip David Gauthier, Alanna Alanna may refer to:
Goddard, Christopher Patrick Gomes, Kelly M. Hall, Matthew Hanson,
Anthony E. Hillier, Casey C. Hoffman, Nicholas E. Hryzan, Carly J.
Hudgins, Heather Elizabeth Hyland, Jillian Brooke Ingham, Michael Joseph
Koneczny, Jenna L. Kucinskas, Rebecca Elizabeth Larrivee *, Jaime Rose
Lepizzera, Louis Lotfy, Michael Joseph Lovett * **, Gary Magowan,
Timothy Jason Masiello *, Ian McCall Ian Holland McCall (b. September 30 1965, Dumfries, Scotland) is a former Scottish footballer and currently the manager of First Division side Partick Thistle. Playing career , Brendan McKeon, Tracie Amanda
McLellan, Lindsay McQuade, Caitlin Marie Merchant, Hilary A. Moore,
Amanda Victoria Morales *, Ashley Womonausu Morse, Brittany Rose
Neeland, Keagan Louise Neeland, Ryan T. Normandin (valedictorian) * **,
Jill Nyren, Lyndsay R. Oitker, Esdras Oliveras Jr., Ashley Marie Ostrem
*, Rashelle Eva Palmer, Brett Q. Paquette, Alexander George Alexander George may refer to:
- Alanna Ubach, a Puerto Rican actress.
- Alanna Kraus, a Canadian skater.
- Alanna Nash, an American journalist and biographer.
- Alanna Buehring, a crew member on the IPTV show Hak.5.
Timothy Michael Phillips, Amanda Pires, Patrick Rice **, Shane Robinson,
Shawn R. Robinson, Rylie Marie Rockwell, Cory Charles Ronan, Sarah
Denise Ryan, Myles Daniel Sahagian, Joseph A. Saporetti, Derek R. Scott,
Laura Marie Seagrave, Jacqueline Arcadia Shaw, Sophia Samir Saad
Shenouda, Gabrielle Mariah Sheridan, Alyson Marie Sherlock, Eric Small,
Shawn David Sokoloski, Elizabeth Catherine Stefanilo, Jake McQuade
Storey, Corey Michael Sullivan, Samantha Amy Tekut, Scott Vogel,
Elizabeth Josette Walsh *, Corey Alexander Watson, Jessica Watson, Ross
F. White, Felecia Marie Wissekerke **, Amanda Lucia Zani.
- Alex George, Australian botanist
- Alexander L. George (b. 1920), American political scientist
- Alexander George, American philosopher
* denotes National Honor Society The National Honor Society (NHS), established in 1921, is a recognition program for American high school students who show achievement in scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
** class officer.
CUTLINE: Uxbridge's graduating class marches onto the athletic
fields for the commencement ceremonies.
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