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42 SENIORS AT NASHOBA TECH EARN JOHN & ABIGAIL ADAMS SCHOLARSHIP
42 SENIORS AT NASHOBA TECH EARN JOHN & ABIGAIL ADAMS SCHOLARSHIP
Posted on 11/10/2015
42 SENIORS AT NASHOBA TECH EARN JOHN & ABIGAIL ADAMS SCHOLARSHIPAdams Winners 2016
Nashoba Tech seniors who qualified for the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship include, front row, from left, Shelby Dudley (Peppered), Camron Clark (Chelmsford), Dennis Baker (Chelmsford), Zachary Hughes (Ayer), Amanda Rogers (Chelmsford), Michelle Madsen (Pepperell) and Frederick Bickle (Townsend);
Second row, from left, Ryian Vandal 
(Shirley), Meghan Bourassa (Shirley), Michael Soave (Chelmsford), Stephen Toomey (Groton), Tyra Mitchell (Shirley), Chloe Adler Mandible (Chelmsford), Michaela Casey (Pepperell) and Amy Flaherty (Littleton); 
Third row, from left, Devin Hussey, (Chelmsford), Jarod Baldwin (Townsend), Christopher Dahlberg (Dunstable), Brendan Conley (Chelmsford), Christopher Cassidy (Chelmsford), Justin Uzzell (Chelmsford), Thomas Dorman (Townsend), Jacob Ballerini (Chelmsford) and Téa Dellanno (Westford);
Back row, from left, Mitchell Tine 
(Pepperell), Matthew Dixon (Pepperell), Shaun Sanville (Dunstable), Ceejay Gervais (Groton), Veronica Pecora (Westford), Samantha Johnson (Ayer) and Samantha Archer (Chelmsford). Missing from photo are Kayla Bergeron (Littleton), Qylan Berry (Littleton), Brett Bousquet (Townsend), Alicia Gentile (Groton), Ryan Leedham (Townsend), Cynthia Long (Pepperell), Julia Masson (Westford), Katherine Mayer (Townsend), James Morrison (Chelmsford), Sean Noyes (Pepperell) and Alexandra Walters (Westborough).



        WESTFORD — The maximum number of seniors at Nashoba Valley Technical
High School again qualified to receive the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship.
        Forty-two seniors, representing 25 percent of the Class of 2016 — the maximum allowed by the state — qualified for the award, which provides free undergraduate tuition to state colleges and universities to students who score in the Advanced category in either the Mathematics or English Language Arts section of the 10th-grade MCAS test, and in the Proficient or Advanced category in the other section.
        In addition, students must: have a combined MCAS score on those two assessments that ranks in the top 25 percent of their school district; be a permanent Massachusetts resident; be a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen; enroll in a postsecondary institution full time in the first traditional academic semester after high school graduation; and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.

        Following are the seniors who have qualified for the scholarship.
Ayer: Zachary Hughes, Samantha Johnson.
Chelmsford: Chloe Adler-Mandile, Dennis Baker, Jacob Ballerini,
Christopher Cassidy, Camron Clark, Brendan Conley, Devin Hussey, James Morrison, Amanda Rogers, Michael Soave, Justin Uzzell.
Dunstable: Christopher Dahlberg, Shaun Sanville.
Groton: Alicia Gentile, Ceejay Gervais, Stephen Toomey.
Littleton: Kayla Bergeron, Qylan Berry, Amy Flaherty.
Pepperell: Samantha Archer, Michaela Casey, Matthew Dixon, Shelby
Dudley, Cynthia Long, Michelle Madsen, Sean Noyes, Mitchell Tine.
Shirley: Meghan Bourassa, Tyra Mitchell, Ryian Vandal.
Townsend: Jarod Baldwin, Frederick Bickle, Brett Bousquet, Thomas
Dorman, Ryan Leedham, Katherine Mayer.
Westborough: Alexandra Walters.
Westford: Téa Dellanno, Julia Masson, Veronica Pecora.