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Lexington seniors earn awards, scholarships

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Minuteman High School has announced the student recipients of annual scholarships and awards for the graduating Class of 2021.

The awards recognize outstanding student achievement and support both college and career pursuits. A video of the award presentations is on http://youtube.com/minutemanhighschool.

The following Lexington students were recognized:

• Zachary Campbell, an advanced manufacturing student, received the Adams Scholarship.

• Nicholas Casey, an early education and teaching student, received the Adams Scholarship. He was accepted to six colleges and universities; he will attend University of New Hampshire to study business.

• Luca Gentile, an advanced manufacturing student, received the President’s Education Award for Academic Achievement. Gentile will attend Wentworth Institute of Technology to study industrial design and computer networking.

• Muntadar Hasan, an automotive technology student, received the Automotive Technology Career Program Award and the Minuteman Parent Association Scholarship. Hasan will attend Embry Riddle Aeronautical University to study aviation maintenance.

• Kaira Mathis, a biotechnology student, received the Adams Scholarship and the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement. Mathis will attend Mount Holyoke College to study history.

• Roman Martis, an environmental science, received the Digital Federal Credit Union Ward. Martis will attend Southern New Hampshire University to study environmental science.

• Shane O’Connell, a plumbing student, received the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement. O’Connell will attend night school to continue studying plumbing.

• Leo Pettersen, an environmental science student, received the Adams Scholarship and the Minuteman Parent Association Scholarship. Pettersen will attend UMass Boston to study environmental science.

• Louis Savarino, an environmental science student, received the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence and the Digital Federal Credit Union Award.

• Erin Terrett, a biotechnology student, received the Adams Scholarship, the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence and the Biotechnology Career Program Award. Terrett will attend Colorado University Boulder to study biochemistry on a pre-med track.

• Jackson Thomas, a robotics student, received the President’s Education Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, the Minuteman Parents Association Scholarship, the Digital Federal Credit Union Award, Ryan Eaton Memorial Award and Nick’s Picks Award.

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