FAIRFIELD — Lawrence High School recently announced its top 10 students for the class of 2014.

Aaron Brown of Clinton, son of Michael and Brandy Brow, has been accepted into Honors College at the University of Maine in Orono. He plans to major in mechanical engineering.

Josie Champagne of Fairfield, daughter of Karen Champagne, has been accepted at the University of Maine at Orono. She plans to major in nursing.

Tiana Gordon of Fairfield, daughter of Jeremy Gordon and Jennifer Rowe, has been accepted at the University of Southern Maine. She plans to major in nursing.

Zachary Hale of Fairfield, is the son of Stephen and Nancy Hale, has been accepted at the University of Maine in the Honors College. He plans to major in mechanical engineering.

Michaela Hinckley-Gordon of Benton, daughter of Michael and Lorene Hinckley-Gordon, has been accepted at the University of New Hampshire. She plans to major in a pre-law program.

Abigail King of Fairfield, daughter of Brad and Laura King, has been accepted at Worcester Poly-Tech Institute. She plans to major in genetic engineering.

Samantha King of Fairfield, daughter of Jeffery and Helen King, has been accepted at Kennebec Valley Community College. She plans to study in the radiology program.

Katie LeBlanc of Fairfield, daughter of Steven and Sarah LeBlanc, has been accepted at the College of Atlantics to study in the field of human ecology.

Samuel Monkman of Clinton, son of Richard and Diana Monkmon, has been accepted at Bowdoin College, where he will major in mathematics and philosophy.

Kassidy Towne of Fairfield, daughter of Robert and Monica Towne, has been accepted at the University of New England in Biddeford, where she plans to major in occupational therapy.


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