60 Tri-County students receive Adams Scholarship

Sixty seniors at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School qualified to receive the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship for their performance on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System test.

The students were recognized on Tuesday, December 13, during a celebratory luncheon in the school’s cafeteria.

The recipients from the Class of 2017 are: Ethan Hardy, Rocio Henriquez, and John Shultz, of Attleboro, Zachary Keeler, Matthew Moses, and Morgan Shields, of Bellingham, Joseph Brown, Delaney Forbes, Gillian Geddry, Ryan Koester, Maxwell Lewis, Amy O'Brien, Angelina Rivera, Christopher Roy, Connor Schultz, Rachel Signori, and Adam Tozian, of Franklin, Oliver Anderson, Samantha Frey, William Galligan, Sarah Gordon, Daelyn Hiduchick, and George Wood, of Medway, Rebecca Tomlin, of Millis, Sean Dever, Hollyann Edwards, Kate Healy, and Cory Krasner, of Norfolk, Torin Amoling, Shannon Ballard, Allyson Bettencourt, Madeline Bettencourt, Katelyn Billington, Thomas Bourget, Amanda Didion, Abigail Fisher, Autumn Ghisalbert, Alye Gobin, Dane Hooker, Cameron Killian, Colleen Kinney, Madison Lema, Kathleen Loonie, Robert Malcolmson, Caroline Moriarty, Alexa Paulhus, Alexis Plantz, Mackenzie Rider, Jennie Twyman, and Cara Wolfe, of North Attleborough, Cameron Couto, and April MacRoberts of Plainville, Christian Brown, and Adriana Oliveira, of Seekonk, Tyler Curtin, and Katherine Pensak, of Walpole, and Brian Foote, Wesley Garza, Richard Hepburn, and Emily Small, of Wrentham.

The scholarship provides up to eight semesters of free tuition to full-time undergraduate students who attend a Massachusetts state college or university. To be eligible, students in the Class of 2017 had to achieve an Advanced score on one of the three high school state assessment tests in ELA, Mathematics or STE, and score at the Proficient level or higher on the two remaining tests. Their combined scores must also place them among the top 25-percent of students in the graduating class in their district.