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22 Named Summa Cum Laude in Southampton Class of 2020

 

22 Named Summa Cum Laude in Southampton Class of 2020

Southampton High School is pleased to announce that 22 Class of 2020 seniors will be graduating Summa Cum Laude in June. These students earned this prestigious distinction by maintaining an overall GPA of 95 or above during their high school journeys.

“We are pleased to present these students to the community,” said Principal Brian Zahn. “They have etched themselves in the history of the school. They worked hard throughout their high school careers and are very deserving of this honor.”

In addition to maintaining a high GPA, the students have each displayed a commitment to their school and community and will be attending college after graduation.

As part of the honor, their senior portraits will be hung in the school’s “Summa Cum Laude” display.

A Look at the Top 22

Grace Elizabeth Kearns  College: Georgetown

Margaret Grace Carter  College: Williams College

Caraline Patrice Oakley  College: Washington University in St. Louis

Nicholas Castillo Marin College:Harvard

Jack Dalton Zaloga College: Cornell University

Taylor Jackson Hemby-Ginsberg College: Undecided

Lukas Filipas Baumilas College: Boston University

John Logan Whitall  College: Undecided

Kevin Le Nguyen College: Tufts University 

Wilson Kidd Cobb  College: Binghamton University

Sankavi Sampath  College: SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Lauren Elizabeth Heaney College: Scripps College

Juliana Meredith Stein College: UNC Chapel Hill 

Isabella Ellams  College: Undecided

Dylan Lennon Harrison Halsey  College: Undecided

Jomel De Leon Dela Cruz  College: Villanova University

Brynne Lauren Rozzi  College: UNC Chapel Hill

Artemios Gavalas  College: Undecided

Caroline Cain Wetter College: Skidmore College

Remi Anthony Wesnofske  College: Undecided

Vimarsha Stephanie Sital College: Penn State

Parker Alexander West  College: U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Photo courtesy of the Southampton Union Free School District