Carrabec High School announces top 10 seniors

From left-to-right, top row: Emma Baker, Julia Baker, Abigayle Ballard, Cheyenne Cahill, Tyler Edwards. Bottom row: Shyanne Holmes, Courtney Rollins, Trinity Slate, Brandon Smith, Garrett Wilson.

Carrabec High School, in North Anson, top ten students in the class of 2022.

Emma Baker is the daughter of Dean and Melissa Baker, of Embden. Emma will be attending Suny Plattsburgh University in New York for computer science.

Julia Baker is the daughter of Eric and Kelly Baker, of Embden. Julia will be attending Kennebec Valley Community College for nursing/general studies.

Abigayle Ballard is the daughter of Kevin Ballard, of Wiscasset, and Terry and Adam Soosman, of Embden. Abigayle will be attending Kennebec Valley Community College for business/barketing.

Cheyenne Cahill – Valedictorian, is the daughter of Michael and Kimberly Cahill, of Embden. Cheyenne will be attending the University of New England majoring in applied exercise science.

Tyler Edwards is the son of Heather Wahler, of Embden. Tyler will be attending the University of Maine for new media.

Shyanne Holmes – Salutatorian, is the daughter of William and Jennifer Holmes, of North Anson. Shyanne will be attending Thomas College majoring in business.

Courtney Rollins is the daughter of Duayne and Jenney Rollins, of Solon. Courtney will be continuing in the work force.

Trinity Slate is the child of Stacey Slate, of North Anson. Trinity will be attending the University of Maine at Farmington for International and global studies.

Brandon Smith is the son of Kenneth and Rebecca Smith, of Anson. Brandon will be attending Thomas College for their public accounting program.

Garrett Wilson is the son of Jonathan and Susan Wilson, of Embden. Garrett will be attending a four-year college.

 
 

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