Winthrop High recognizes top 10 seniors for class of 22
Winthrop High School has announced its top 10 seniors for the Class of 2022 in alphabetical order, according to a press release from Principal Mark Campbell.
Sarah Adam, the daughter of Ferdus Awali and Ahmed Adam, is a Salutatorian. She plans to go to Harvard to begin her studies in psychology with the ultimate goal of becoming a psychiatrist.
His involvement in school activities includes member of the civil rights team, drama club, WBUS 75 productions, yearbook, and the National Honor Society. For her efforts, she was recently honored with a Ron Brown Scholar Captain.
Patrick Bellemare, Gerald and Alice’s son, Bellemare, plans to attend the University of Maine Orono where he will continue his education as an undeclared liberal arts student. While at Winthrop High School, he was involved in cross country and track and field. In her spare time, Bellemare volunteers at the PALS Animal Shelter.
Andrew Foster, the son of Bryan and Lori Foster, plans to attend Husson University to undertake studies to become a physical therapist. He has been a member of Winthrop’s student leadership team since its inception in 2019.
His extracurricular activities include college lettering in football, basketball, and baseball. He captained all three of his teams in his senior year. Foster helps Winthrop’s youth teams.
Justin Heath, the son of Amy and Ed Heath, plans to go to North Carolina State University to further his education in the field of electrical engineering. While at Winthrop he had been a member of the National Honor Society, a member of the Winthrop High School Band, and performed in the annual Spring Cabaret productions. In his spare time, Heath enjoys working at the PALS Animal Shelter.
Muriel Lattin, the daughter of Harmony Lattin and James Lattin, plans to continue her studies in a pre-medical course in biology at the University of Southern Maine. His school involvement beyond the classroom includes tennis, Nordic skiing, soccer, student council, class council, choir, drama club, cabaret, and Lip-Sync battle. .
Marta Norton, daughter of Rich and Elena Norton, is valedictorian. She plans to continue her studies at the Maine College of Health Professional, where she plans to complete a bachelor’s degree in medical imaging.
Her extracurricular involvement at Winthrop is extensive, as she is president of the National Honor Society, class vice president, principal of WBUS 75, member of the student leadership team, school band, choir, theater, prom committee, yearbook and Mathematics Team.
Outside of school, Norton is an active member of the Sacred Heart Youth Ministry and the American Legion Auxiliary. Her NHS project was the WHS Rambler Rack, encouraging sustainable fashion. His academic honors include a Spanish Biliteracy Seal, admission to the National Hispanic Recognition Program, National and Rural Town Recognition Program, and membership in the AP Scholars Program.
Madelynne Perkins, the daughter of Jeff and Melissa Perkins, plans to begin her pre-med studies in physical therapy at Husson University. His school involvement includes the National Honor Society, Yearbook Committee, field hockey, basketball and softball. She was captain of her teams this school year.
Outside of school, Perkins enjoys working with young people in the community to share his skills in field hockey and basketball.
Averie Silva, the daughter of Stephanie and Joe Silva, plans to attend Keene State College in the honors biology program. His school involvement includes soccer and track and field. Silva is also a member of student council, theater, band, and the National Honor Society.
Caraline Squires, the daughter of Jenny and Derek Squires, plans to attend the University of Southern Maine to study elementary education with a minor in political science. As a representative of the WHS School Committee, she shared what was happening at the school each month as well as the position of the student body on matters that have a direct impact on the school and the students.
Squires co-curricular and co-curricular involvement includes class president, student council, WBUS, theater, National Honor Society, tennis, and football.
Olivia Vance, the daughter of Rocio and Otis Vance, plans to attend the University of Southern Maine to start her medical school. His participation in school activities includes cross country, tennis, band and math team.
Outside of school, Vance is active in her church planning activities for the younger members of the congregation.