NORTH ANSON — Dr. Regina Campbell, Carrabec High School principal, recently announced Sarah Larlee was awarded the 2013 Principal’s Award. Larlee is one of Carrabec High School’s finest seniors who takes her education seriously, with a kind, upbeat personality and “never-give-up” attitude and has helped raise the bar for all Carrabec students, according to a press release.

At second in her class of 75 and with a grade-point average of 98, Larlee leads the way with vitality and hard work. She always searches for an academic challenge and she fearlessly tackles our most difficult coursework, finding success at every step.

The amount of school clubs, organizations, honors and affiliations are too many to enumerate here. She is a leader in every way and in every activity she participates. Because of her efforts, Larlee received the schools Senior Student of the Month Award as a Junior.

Larlee’s activities reach far beyond the confines of our high school and our community. She has even touched those all the way to Honduras with her volunteering and caring spirit.

Larlee plans to attend Gordon College majoring in foreign languages. She received her award at the April 6 Honor’s Luncheon at the Spectacular Event Center in Bangor.

Larlee is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hal Larlee, of North Anson.

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