Scarborough High School: Class of 2014’s Top 10%
Christopher Graef, Valedictorian, is the son of Elaine and Michael Graef. He was a member of the math team all four years of high school, a member of the National Honor Society and was on the Ultimate Frisbee team his junior and senior years. Chris’s personal achievements include earning his 3rd-degree black belt in karate and completing the Maine Marathon in the fall of 2013. Chris is an assistant instructor at Villari’s karate studio in Scarborough and volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House in Portland. Chris plans to study Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University in the fall.
Mitch Eaton, Salutatorian, is the son of Darlene and James Eaton. Mitch was a four year member of the school’s Math Team. He will be attending the University of Southern Maine in the fall, majoring in Electrical Engineering.
Marisa Agger is the daughter of Annie and Marc Agger. Marisa was the senior representative to the Scarborough School Board as well as a member of the National Honor Society and Civil Rights club. During high school she participated in cross country, indoor and outdoor track. Marisa was a part of two youth activism organizations, the Girls Advisory Board for Hardy Girls Healthy Women and the Youth Planning Committee for TEDxDirigo. Marisa will be spending the next year working, traveling and volunteering.
Abigail Bergeron is the daughter of Dave and Melissa Bergeron. Abigail was a member of the National Honor Society, Pink Ribbon Club, Yearbook Club and Key Club. Abigail has worked at Beal’s Ice Cream throughout high school. Abigail will be attending Merrimack College in the fall.
Mikaeyla Byther is the daughter of Ryan Byther and Jayme Clark. Mikaeyla was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars. During her four years she worked at various places in the community, and currently works at Tender Touch Veterinary Hospital. Honors that Mikaeyla has received in high school include ‘Magna Cum Laude’ on the National Latin Exam two years in a row, as well as academic honors and high honors. Mikaeyla will be majoring in Pre-Med Biology in the fall at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas.
Bridget Cange is the daughter of Suzanne and Neale Cange. Bridget was a member of Model United Nations, Key Club, and the Scarborough High School Wind Ensemble. She played tennis her freshman and sophomore years, ultimate frisbee her junior year, and soccer all four years of her high school career. Bridget is a high honor student and was recognized as a member of Southern Maine Activities Association’s All-Academic Team for participation in girls soccer. In the fall, Bridget will attend the University of Rhode Island as a student of the College of Pharmacy.
Michael Caryl is the son of Thomas and Mary Caryl. Mike was a member of the National Honor Society, the Student Council, Key Club and the Model United Nations club. During all four years he participated in the soccer program and was a member of the 2012 and 2013 state championship teams. He was an all-conference and all-academic selection his senior year. He also participated in the baseball and basketball programs for two years. He won the Rochester Institute of Technology Book Award for Innovation and Creativity, and the Maine State Literary Award for Poetry his sophomore year. He has worked year-round for Ameriprise Financial Services for two years, becoming a Senior Intern. Mike coached Community Service basketball and soccer teams his junior and senior years. Mike will be attending The University of Miami in the fall and plans to study business.
William Chabot is the son of Catherine and Michael Chabot. Throughout high school he excelled greatly in the performing arts, a member of the band for four years. He traveled with the Jazz Band to numerous competitions and has made the District Honors Band and the All-State Band. He has been a technician for the Winslow Homer Center for the Arts working many school and public events,including the school’s One Act plays and musicals where was part of the cast his senior year. He was part of the select chorus for his junior and senior years, traveling with them to competitions in New York and Florida and played bass with the jazz choir. Honors include the Rensselaer Medal, a Technical Excellence Award and an award for Outstanding Vocal Growth. After taking a year off, Will intends to study sound engineering.
Selina Chan is the daughter of Shao and King Chan. Selina was the president of Photography Club and a member of Key Club. She received the RIT Book Award and an award for photography in high school. Her main focus has always been with math, art, and music. Selina will be attending Emmanuel College.
Mary Cleary is the daughter of Martha Cleary. Mary was the president of the Interact Club, as well as a member of the Key Club and Photography Club. She participated in volleyball all four years of high school, serving as co-captain during her senior year. Mary received awards for Excellence in Painting, Excellence in Visual Arts, Excellence in Spanish V, as well as the Williams College Book Award during her high school career. Mary will be attending Fordham College at Lincoln Center in the fall to study international studies and economics.
Kane Corbeau is the son of Stephen and Julie Corbeau. He was a member of the baseball, basketball, golf and tennis teams. Kane will be attending Clemson University in the fall, where he will major in chemical engineering.
Patrick Daniels is the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Daniels. Patrick is a member of the Portland Pirates Junior Hockey team and is from Columbus, Ohio. Patrick played two years of Junior hockey in Florida before coming to the Pirates this season. He has attended four different high schools in four years including Reynoldsburg High School (Ohio) his freshman year, Riverdale High School (Florida) his sophomore year, Pivot Charter School (Florida) his junior year, and finally, Scarborough High School for his senior year. In addition to playing Junior hockey, Patrick played lacrosse for the Red Storm this year. He played football as a freshman at Reynoldsburg High School. Patrick intends to major in physical therapy while in college; however, he plans to return to the Portland Pirates Junior Team in the 2014-2015 season while he takes a year off from school. He is hoping that another year of Junior hockey will lead to opportunities to play at the college level.
Amanda Fitzpatrick is the daughter of Kevin and Shanna Fitzpatrick. Amanda was the treasurer of her senior class, the secretary of the Key Club, a member of the National Honor Society and a HOBY Maine Alumni. Since the 5th grade, she has been a member of the competition dance team at Scarborough Dance Center. Awards that Amanda has received in high school include the Outstanding Achievement in Spanish V Award and the Yale Book Award. Amanda will be attending Saint Michael’s College in the fall.
Marian Gardner is the daughter of Laurence Gardner and Alison Noiles. She was president of the Civil Rights team and a member of the National Honor Society. She volunteered with the Scarborough Adult Education program, teaching adult English learners. As a junior Marian was awarded the Brandeis book award for Social Action and Civic Engagement, and this year received an award for outstanding achievement in Spanish V. Marian will be attending Brandeis University in the fall.
Abigail George is the daughter of Sunetra and Asit George. Abigail was the President of the National Honor Society and VP of the Storm for a Cure club. During all four years of high school she has participated in her church brass band, choir, and youth group. Last year, she was awarded with high achievement in Spanish level four. Abigail will be attending Fordham University in the fall
Amy Gubrud is the daughter of David and Lisa Gubrud. Amy was the VP of the Interact Club and a member of Key Club. During all four years of high school she participated in the volleyball program. Amy received the Bausch Lomb Honorary Science Award. Amy will be attending University of Maine at Orono studying Chemical Engineering in the fall.
Erica Hanson is the daughter of Ron and Kristen Hanson. Erica was a member of Environmental Club of Scarborough (ECOS) her junior year and a member of Key Club her junior and senior year. For three years of her high school career, she participated in the varsity cheerleading programs. Not only did Erica support her school by cheering at the football and basketball games, but she also cheered competitively. Erica was proud to be a captain of her varsity cheering team for two consecutive seasons of her senior year. Erica received the All-Academic Team award twice and was also on the Honor and High Honor Roll throughout all four years of high school. Erica is excited to be attending Stonehill College in the fall. She hopes to major in International Business.
Sarah Huber is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Huber. Sarah is a member of the National Honor Society, she was involved in Key Club and Model UN, and was a Girls State Delegate. She participated in field hockey, track, and softball during her four years of high school. Awards that Sarah received in high school include the Maine Humanities Council Letters About Literature Award, the Smith College Junior Book Award, and an Outstanding Achievement in AP French Award. In addition, she was a member of the Field Hockey All Academic Team. Sarah will be attending Elon University in North Carolina in the fall.
Margareta Ianosi-Irimie is the daughter of Monica and Augustin Ianosi-Irimie. She has served as president of the Science Bowl Team and treasurer of the National Honors Society, where she founded the SHS Peer Tutoring Program. She also played soccer, was on the Ultimate Frisbee Team, ran Indoor Track, and participated in the Math team. Margareta is a Presidential Scholar Candidate and an AP scholar with distinction. She received the Harvard Book Award, the Math Team Coach’s Award, and was named on the SMAA Girls Soccer All-Academic Team. She spent her summers volunteering in the Life Skills Room. This fall, she will be attending UMass Amherst where she received the Chancellor’s Scholarship, and she will be studying biochemistry at the Honors College.
Ainsley Jamieson is the daughter of Neil and Heather Jamieson. Ainsley was the Vice President
of the Scarborough Key Club as well as a member of Model United Nations, National Honor
Society and the Mock Trial team. Ainsley was selected to attend Girls State her junior year
and she is the first chair clarinet in the Scarborough Wind Ensemble. Ainsley participated in
soccer and lacrosse throughout her four years at Scarborough High School, serving as a captain
of both teams her senior year. She has won a combined three state championships in both
sports, as well as All-State recognition. Ainsley received the Wellesley College Book Award
her junior year. Ainsley will be attending Bates College in the fall.
Anders Jepson is the son of Kurt and Lynn Jepson. Anders was a member of Key Club for one year and Environmental Club of Scarborough (ECOS) for two years, and was a member of the Alpine Skiing, Nordic Skiing, and Lacrosse teams throughout his high school career. Anders was recognized as an all Academic Athlete by Southern Maine Athletic Association senior year and received the Excellence in Chemistry award as a junior. He will be attending Rensselaer Polytechnic Institution in the fall.
Olivia Jernigan is the daughter of MaryEllen and Jeff Jernigan. Olivia was the secretary of the Anime Club for two years and a member of Environmental Club of Scarborough (ECOS) for all four years of high school. She was also an active participant in the band program. Olivia is excited to be attending the University of Maine at Orono this fall.
Brenna Kent is the daughter of Phil Kent and Lucretia Connolly. Brenna was President of Student Council, Model United Nations Club and Vice President of National Honor Society. During all four years of high school she participated in both the ice hockey and softball programs. Brenna served as captain of the girls ice hockey team (2013, 2014) and varsity softball team (2014). Brenna has been a part of 3 state championship teams throughout her high school career (Softball 2011, 2013 & Ice Hockey 2014). She has also worked at Mister Bagel and participated in the Scarborough High School band program for the past four years. This past winter, Brenna received the MPA Principals Award for Scarborough High School. Brenna will be attending the College of the Holy Cross in the fall.
Lauren Kilton is the daughter of Rachael Smith. She attended Gray-New Gloucester High School as a freshman and sophomore, and then went on to complete her studies at Scarborough High School. In her two years at Gray, Lauren served as a forward on the varsity field hockey team. At the end of her sophomore year, she received an Honorable Mention All-Conference Award. Lauren also played the alto saxophone in concert band during these years. At Scarborough, she pursued her third and final year by combining her junior and senior credits to be able to graduate early. Lauren is still undecided as to what college she will be attending in the fall
Ben Lindsay is the son of Monica Morin and Craig Lindsay. Ben was a member of the Key Club and he participated in indoor track all four years of high school and outdoor track for grades 9-11. Ben also participated in football during his Freshman year. Ben received a Magna cum Laude high score on a National Latin Exam. Ben will enroll at the University of Maine in Orono majoring in Chemical Engineering.
Jacob MacDonald is the son of Allison and Thomas MacDonald. Throughout high school Jake was a member of the football and basketball teams, earning a varsity letter in football both his junior and senior year as well as in basketball his senior year. He was an active member of Model UN, a Key Club board officer, and an assistant coach for the Scarborough Community Service basketball program. Jake was a Phi Beta Kappa book award recipient and a gold medalist for the National Latin Exam. He will be attending Villanova University in the fall.
Stephen Marchewka is the son of Lauri Marchewka and John Marchewka. Stephen Marchewka participated in tennis from his sophomore year through his senior year and received a coach’s award for “Most Improved Player” during his junior season. Stephen also was a member of the ski team for his freshman and sophomore years of high school. He received the George Eastman’s Young Leadership book award his Junior year of high school, and has earned high honors several times during his high school tenure and has never missed the honor role. Stephen Marchewka will be attending Muhlenberg College in the fall.
Matthew Morrell is the son of Susan and Timothy Morrell. Matt served as President of the Class of 2014 his junior year, and is a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club and a Natural Helper. Matt participated in SHS soccer during all four years of high school. Honors and awards that Matt has received include SMAA (Southern Maine Activities Association) Award for citizenship, leadership and academics, the Clarkson University Leadership Award, and UMO’s Consider Engineering Program. Matt will be attending Clarkson University in the fall, majoring in Chemical Engineering.
Ian Morris is the son of Robert Morris and Kelly Murphy. Ian was a member of National Honor Society and volunteered many seasons as a coach for Community Services athletics. He participated in cross country, ice hockey, and outdoor track, lettering all four years in both cross country and ice hockey as well as contributing to two state championships in cross country. Ian will be attending Villanova University in the fall with a focus on Economics and Pre-Law.
Chelsea Perehudoff was an Honor student throughout her high school years. She consistently maintained academic excellence while pursuing her interest in travel and environmental sciences. She spent her sophomore year abroad in The Netherlands and traveled with People to People as a student ambassador in the summers, exploring China, France and England. while attending high school in Arizona Chelsea was a member of the track team the competitive cheerleading team. She volunteered extensively in her community. Chelsea will be continuing her love of travel and community service by spending a Gap Year in Madagascar and Costa Rica on several eco-conservation projects. She will return to attend Portland State University to study Environmental Engineering in the fall of 2015.
Yash Punjabi is the son of Kishore and Mamta Punjabi. Yash was a member of National Honor Society and Key Club. During all four years of high school he played soccer. His junior and senior year, he participated in Model UN. Yash will be attending Bentley University in the fall.
Charles Raybine III is the son of Charles Raybine Jr. and Lori Depeter. Charlie participated in wrestling and basketball during high school and was a member of the football team for all four years of high school; serving as a captain his junior and senior year. He has volunteered as a coach in youth basketball and football programs. Charlie plans to attend Plymouth State University in the fall.
Morgan Rodway is the daughter of David and Patricia Rodway. Morgan moved to Scarborough from Rangeley, Maine her freshman year. Since, she has participated in indoor and outdoor track, soccer, and lacrosse. She has also volunteered to help coach the Scarborough Community Service youth athletic programs. This fall she will be attending the University of New England to play soccer and pursue a career in the bio-medical field.
Sadie Tirrell is the daughter of Eric and Kathy Tirrell and the granddaughter of Beverly Tirrell. During high school she was a class officer, yearbook editor, and participated in the school band. She has been consistently involved in developing her interest in art. Her most valuable experience in high school was traveling to Hawaii to compete in the Academic Decathlon Nationals where she and her teammates placed third in Division II. Sadie will be attending University of Southern Maine in the fall.
The class of 2014: Complete list of graduates
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