Carrabec Valedictorian and Salutatorian 2022

Cheyenne Cahill, left. Shyanne Holmes, right.

Timothy Richards, Principal, has announced honor parts for the Class of 2022 at Carrabec High School.

Cheyenne Cahill, Carrabec’s Valedictorian, is a student who is a role model in our school. With a grade point average of 101.32, she has completed two advanced placement classes, eight honors classes and six dual enrollment classes, as well as, five advanced math classes. Cheyenne is not only a great student and math team leader, she also applies her strengths to the sports world as well, excelling in basketball, track and tennis. Cheyenne has been a part of the Willpower team since seventh grade. Cheyenne will be attending the University of New England, in Biddeford, majoring in Applied Exercise Science. Cheyenne is the daughter of Michael and Kimberly Cahill, of Embden.

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Shyanne Holmes, Carrabec’s Salutatorian, is a bright and successful student. Shyanne has a grade point average of 99.73, completing seven honors classes, two advanced placement classes, seven dual enrollment classes, as well as, two advanced math classes. Shyanne has been part of the Willpower team since seventh grade as well, shines in softball, and as a class leader. She will be an asset to any organization of which she chooses to be part. Shyanne will be attending Thomas College, in Waterville, majoring in business. Shyanne is the daughter of William and Jennifer Holmes, of North Anson.


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