Canton, Holbrook and Randolph students are among the 54 Blue Hills Regional Technical School seniors to receive John and Abigail Adams Scholarships this year.
This scholarship is available to students whose Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System performance puts them in the top 25% of their district. To be eligible, students must either score advanced on the English, math and science exams, or advanced on one exam and high proficient on the other two. Students take the MCAS tests in the spring of their sophomore year.
“On behalf of the entire faculty and staff at Blue Hills Regional, I’d like to congratulate all of our seniors who earned John and Abigail Adams Scholarships for their outstanding MCAS scores,” Superintendent Jill Rossetti said. “We are extremely proud of all of our seniors as they continue to set a positive example for our younger students.”
The following seniors have earned an Adams Scholarship:
Canton: Liam Connor, Peyton Murphy, Emily Walsh.
Holbrook: Aidan Barrett, Austin Chisholm, Enzo Cordeiro, Jason Dietenhofer, Stephen Felumero, Sabrina Femino, Robert O’Brien Jr., Meghan Young.
Randolph: Samantha Aisiku, Faridah Azeez, Eric Banks, Marissa Baum, Chip Bruin, Tyler Chan, Robert Chicco, Isabella Espinosa, Madison Farmer, Anne Fleury Fils, Bryson Freeman, Michelydie Manuel, Ruth Menzinger, Anthony Millwood, Elijah Policard, Stenley Simon, William Toscano, Shanai Watson, Devlin Young.
Recipients of the Adams Scholarship are granted four years of free tuition at Massachusetts state colleges and universities. Students who receive the Adams scholarship must complete their college program in four years or less and maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Blue Hills Regional will host a virtual award ceremony in place of its annual in-person award ceremony at a later date.