Dracut Students Earn Adams Scholarships
DRACUT -- Sixty seniors at Dracut High School have qualified for the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship, based on their performance on the MCAS exam.
To be eligible for the scholarship, students must have: MCAS scores of Advanced and Proficient on grade 10 tests in English Language Arts and Mathematics, and at least one score must be Advanced; and combined scores on MCAS ELA and Mathematics tests that place them in the top 25 percent of students in the graduating class in their district.
Dracut High’s recipients are:
Abdullah Abou Mahmoud, Jovan Aigbekaen, Mackenzie Balous, Kelly Bisson, Gabriella Blanchette, Brooke Boermeester, Mary Brouillette, Gabrielle Brown, Sophia Coakley, Kate Cournoyer, Jocelyn Dery, Kyleigh Dowling, Kyle Durkin, James Fazio, Allyn French, Elizabeth Gacek, Alexis Gardner-Kadilak and Kylie Germain.
Also, Samantha Havel, Sydney Hines, Emilia Hovseb, Alyssa Karlson, Alexander Lambert, Kobi Lane, Jacob Lyles, Megan MacKay, Divya Madhavaiya, Alexa Maib, Daniel Maille, Cameron McCullough, Caroline Mercier, Jake Mercier, Katherine Morissette, Sabrina Morse, Emma Moynihan, Holly Nguyen, Kaleigh O’Brien, Ashley Ogwang, Kevin Orsula, Leah Papageorgiou, Teerth Patel, Hannah Patenaude, Michaela Pepin, Emily Poulin, Samuel Powell and Evan Powers.
Also, Derek Ripa, Matthew Robichaud, Emma Sancartier, Alyssa Simard, Taylor Stacy, Samantha Talbot, Noah Tierney-Honan, Cynthia Tran, Steven Tran, Megan Tyler, Zackary Walton, Abigail White, Evan White amd Jordan White.