Friday, December 6, 2013
Peter Bailinson: After volunteering with Safe Passage in Guatemala for one year, will be attending Columbia University in New York City in Fall 2012.
Activities and Awards: Captain of varsity alpine and tennis teams, representative to the district school board, class officer, student council public relations manager, initiated Greely High School's Senior Projects program, International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidate, National Honor Society, columnist for local newspaper, assistant tennis coach of Greely Middle School tennis team, Presidential Scholar Candidate, AP Scholar, Western Maine Student-Athlete Leadership Summit Representative.
Parents: Jim Bailinson and Nancy Gibson
Meaghan Elizabeth Crowley is the daughter of Elizabeth Olivier and Roy Crowley. Meaghan is the class Salutatorian. She will attend Bates College in the fall. Meaghan is a member of the Global Awareness Club, the Spanish Honor Society, and the National Honor Society. She also competed on the varsity indoor and outdoor track and field teams for four years (serving as captain her senior year), and the varsity cross country team for two years. In her spare time she volunteers as a track coach for the middle school and summer track teams, and works part-time at the European Bakery. Meaghan was the recipient of the Colby College Book Award her junior year and was named to the Western Maine Conference All-Academic Team and Western Maine Conference Indoor Track All-Star First Team.
Katherine Mae Harrington
Future Plans: University of Vermont - College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. Signed National Letter of Intent to join the UVM Track & Field team on April 18, 2011.
Organizations: National Honor Society, French Honor Society, French Club,
Greely Robotics and Science Bowl Teams.
Leadership Position: Co-Captain Varsity Throws Team
Sports Activities: Greely Volleyball Team (9-12), Track & Field, Throws Team (9-12)
Volunteer Activities: MSAD51 Arts Alliance, Throws coach for Greely Middle School and Community Recreation summer program.
Academic Awards: Fall All-Academic Team -Volleyball, Winter and Spring All-Academic Team - Track, Rensseler Science Medal, National Merit Scholar, Finalist New England Junior Science & Humanities Symposium, member of winning Maine State Robotics team, Maine State Science Fair – Physics.
Athletic Awards: Maine All New England Team - Outdoor Track, Maine State Champion - Discus, Western Maine Conference All Stars 1st Team - Discus, Western Maine Conference All Stars 2nd Team - Shot Put, Maine Track & Cross Country Coaches Association Outdoor All-State 1st Team, Western Maine Conference Championship 1st place – Discus, WMC MVP Field Athlete
Parents: Margo & Don Harrington
Emily Hill is the daughter of Stuart and Tara Hill. She plans to take a year off before attending college. In this year she hopes to volunteer abroad, in either Peru or Nepal, to participate in human rights and theatre internships in Maine, and to work. While at Greely she was a member of the National Honors Society, the French Honors Society, and an International Baccalaureate diploma candidate. She also received the Smith Book Award. She was highly involved in the Greely drama program, both onstage and building sets, and she participated in outdoor track and nordic skiing.
Julia Isaacson was a member of Natural Helpers, the Math Team, the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society. She was very involved in her Science Research class and participated in many local, regional, and national science competitions, winning several awards. As a member of the State Champion Greely Robotics Team, she was able to participate in the Vex Robotics World Championship in Texas. She also was a student representative on the Foundation 51 Grants Committee and an active service worker for her class. She has been a volunteer counselor at Camp Sunshine for the last 5 summers and has spent time working for Hour Exchange Portland. Julia was captain of the XC team, and a member of the Nordic skiing and lacrosse teams. She plans to study math, science, and economics at Dartmouth College.
Stella Rae Keck will be attending Occidental College in Los Angeles, California next fall. She hopes to continue to play soccer and rugby at the club level, possibly sing in an acapella choir, and definitely study abroad; she is currently thinking of majoring in the sciences and going pre-med. During high school Stella has volunteered for Camp Sunshine, the Youth Summer Track Program, in Guatemala for Safe Passage, and participated in several awareness walks and Rippleffect. Stella was also in Student Council (11 and 12), National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, and Outing Club. She was awarded the Phi Beta Kappa Award and was on the All-Academic teams for both soccer and indoor track. Stella has sung in the Madrigals for two years and also sang in Musica de Filia, a girls' choir in Portland, for 6 years. Stella played soccer (varsity last two years), varsity indoor and outdoor track all four years, lacrosse her sophomore year, and rugby her junior and senior years. Stella was Captain her senior year for both the indoor and outdoor track teams. Also, she has worked at the European Bakery in Falmouth the past 3 years. Her proud parents are Lisa Allen and Lyndon Keck.
Kelsey O'Neill will be attending Nazareth College in Rochester NY and majoring in Communication Science and Disorders. She was a member of Drama (3 years) and appeared in The Sound of Music, Fiddler On the Roof, Antigone and Anything Goes. She was in Madrigals, GSA and GAC. She was Chair of the Prince Memorial Library's Children's Book Dive in 2010. She was a member of the track team for two years. She received an AP Scholar award and participated on All Easterns Chorus, All State choral member (4 Years), District II Honors Music Festival (4 years) and Jazz Honors District II Festival (1 year). She is a member of the National Honors Spanish Society.
Brandon Pinette, son of Mike and Robyn Pinette.
Activities and Awards: Class Officer, Student Council, National Honors Society, Freshman Orientation Leader, Varsity Soccer Team, Nordic Skiing, Dartmouth Book Award, Maine Principal's Association Award, Spanish Honors Society, Soccer and Nordic Skiing All Academic Team, Studied Abroad in Spain.
Future Plans: Bowdoin College, International Relations and Spanish.
Sara Morgan Warnock
Future Plans: Wesleyan University
Organizations: Global Awareness Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society.
Leadership Positions: Captain Greely Girls Volleyball & Basketball (senior year). Captain of Maine Juniors Volleyball.
Sports Activities: Varsity Volleyball (3 years), Varsity Basketball (3 years), Maine Juniors 18 Gold Volleyball.
Awards: Yale Book Award (Junior Year (2010), Telegram All Star Volleyball Team 2010.
Other: Enjoys yoga @ Portland Power Yoga.
Parents: David and Becky Warnock.
Leah Wilcox - I'll be studying psychology at Macalester College next year, and advocating for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, a devastating illness 3 times more common than breast cancer that nobody knows or understands. In high school, besides getting sick, I played field hockey, did tech and acting in drama, did National Novel Writing Month, founded and led a writing club at the middle school and one at the high school, tutored for biology (Thank you Mrs. Rodriguez), sang with Wescustago Youth Chorale, and worked at Bass in Freeport. I'm a National Merit Scholarship recipient, got nominated for a Presidential Scholars Award, which I didn't pursue, and am part of the National and French National Honors Society. My parents are David and Doreen Wilcox.
* left half year
**graduating as juniors Louisa May Alcott