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St. Mary’s Dominican High School Juniors Honored

Posted on May 15, 2023

Fourteen St. Mary’s Dominican High School juniors were presented Book Awards from universities and colleges to celebrate achievement of the Junior Class. The annual Book Awards are in recognition of academic excellence, strong character, and commitment to community service. School counselors, teachers, and administrators nominate the student or students they feel best embody the criteria set by each college or university.  Book Awards recipients (from left): Isabella Sachitano, Tamia Williams, Reese Macicek, Mia Reyes, Meredith Kononchek, Krystal Fernandes, Eliza Christovich, Camille Truxillo, Tess Baker, Kathryn Fine, Rachel Haase, Josie Sanders, Samantha Wild, and Sophia Sherwood.

Awards presented:  Reese Macicek – Brandeis University Book Award given to a student who demonstrates commitment to civic engagement, community service, political activism, social justice or volunteer work.

Mia Reyes and Josie Sanders – Clarkson University High School Achievement Award in recognition of outstanding leadership qualities and academic promise. Recipients contribute positively to our school community. They will qualify for either a $100,000 or $80,000 scholarship if they apply and are admitted to Clarkson University.

Katherine Fine – Dartmouth Club of the Gulf Coast Award to a student that excels academically, demonstrates strong character, and has made a positive impact on her school community.

Tamia Williams – Lasell University Book Award to a student that embodies the Lasell University motto, “Repulsae Nescia” – “Ignorant of Defeat.” This student actively participates in their school community and excels academically. She will also have the opportunity to receive a $1,000 scholarship/year upon acceptance into Lasell.

Book Awards recipients (from left): Isabella Sachitano, Tamia Williams, Reese Macicek, Mia Reyes, Meredith Kononchek, Krystal Fernandes, Eliza Christovich, Camille Truxillo, Tess Baker, Kathryn Fine, Rachel Haase, Josie Sanders, Samantha Wild, and Sophia Sherwood.

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