Seniors Start September on a Sweet Note
TYNGSBORO -- Tyngsboro High School has announced its Students of the Month for September.
Sara Anselmo, daughter of Dinis and Nicole Anselmo, is a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society, and has received the Academic Excellence Award. She has played basketball since seventh grade, earning the Most Improved Player Award twice and a Midland-Wachusett League All-Star Award. She has been named a captain this upcoming season.
Sara volunteers for the Tiger Town Girls Basketball Camp and with the Tyngsboro Special Education Summer School program. She plans to attend college to study Accounting.
Sophia Campbell, daughter of Craig and Kelly Campbell, is a member of the National Honor Society and has received the Outstanding Achievement in Mathematics Award, the Outstanding Achievement in Social Studies Award, the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents Award and the Harvard Book Award. She is the student representative to the School Committee, an officer of the Student Council, a member of the Winter Track Club and co-president of the Class of 2019.
Sophia is captain of the cross-country team and also participates in spring track. She has earned five League All-Star Awards, been named a Sun All-Star twice, and was named Most Valuable Runner. She played basketball for THS during her freshman year. She volunteers as a tutor and at various local races. She plans to attend college.
Christian Lapointe, son of Daniel and Suzanne Lapointe, is a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society, and has received the Outstanding Achievement in Science Award, the Academic Excellence Award, the University of Rochester Bausch and Lomb Science Award and the Commitment to Learning Award. He is an officer of the Student Council, is a member of the Winter Track Club and the Robotics Club, and is vice president of the Class of 2019.
Christian is an award-winner in soccer and spring track, for which he has also been named a captain, and was a Midland-Wachusett League All-Star. He volunteers at a local hospital and food kitchen, as well as for The WISH Project, Tyngsboro Health and Safety Fair, Catholic Heart Workcamp and the Little Einsteins program. He plans to attend college to study Biology or Neuroscience, then to becoming a physician. He recently represented THS at the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Seminar and has attended Harvard Summer School, where he took a class on DNA sequencing and genomics.
Jennifer Murphy, daughter of Bill and Laurie Murphy, is a member of the National Honor Society, and has received the George Eastman Young Leaders Award, the Academic Excellence Award, the Outstanding Achievement in Science Award and the Outstanding Achievement in Social Studies Award. She is an officer of the Student Council.
Jennifer has been performing in gymnastics since 2004 and has won many state titles. She has competed for the Chelmsford High School gymnastics Team, being named a Merrimack Valley Conference All-Star, and for the Tyngsboro High cheerleading team. She volunteers for the Tyngsboro Special Education Summer School program, The WISH Project, the Tyngsboro Farmer’s Market, and for Trunk or Treat and Little Einsteins. She plans to attend college to earn her Master’s degree and become either a nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant.