MONMOUTH — Monmouth Academy recently announced its top 10 students for the class of 2015.

Jordyn Mann, daughter of William and Michelle Mann, is ranked first. Mann was the treasurer of the National Honor Society. She was a member of the math team and Academic Decathlon, and participated in varsity cross country, varsity Nordic skiing, and varsity track and field. Mann plans to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and major in electrical engineering and computer science.

Sherman Spears, son of Kristin Spears, is ranked second. Spears acted in various roles in student government: secretary as a freshman, vice president as a junior, and class senator as a senior. Sherman is an Eagle Scout, and was involved in numerous extra-curricular activities such as Envirothon, math team, MAD Players and Academic Decathlon. He was a four-year varsity soccer and track team member. Spears plans to attend the University of New Hampshire in the fall and major in political science. Angus Koller, son of Greg and Sheri Koller, is ranked third. Koller was the Monmouth Academy Student Government president, vice president of the National Honor Society, and captain of the Monmouth Junior Firefighters. He was a member of the Academic Decathlon and math teams and served as a student teacher in chemistry and freshman science. He was also captain of the varsity wrestling team and studied Brazilian jiu- jitsu. Koller plans to attend the University of Maine Orono to major in chemistry.

Shannon Buzzell, daughter of Scott and Sherry Buzzell, is ranked fourth. Buzzell was class president her freshman year, secretary for Student Council her junior year, senator for Student Government her senior year and president of the National Honor Society. She was also a member of Decathlon, Key Club and Envirothon. She participated in varsity soccer, varsity Nordic skiing and varsity softball. Buzzell plans to attend the University of Maine at Orono to study nursing.

Emily Barnett, daughter of Jason and Lorna Barnett, is ranked fifth. She was a member of the National Honor Society, Academic Decathlon, Envirothon, MA Drama ,and was secretary of Key Club her junior year. She also studies Isshinryu Karate and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Barnett plans to attend the University of Maine at Orono to major in biology.

Erin Dovinsky, daughter of John and Elizabeth Dovinsky, is ranked sixth. Dovinsky was a member of Key Club and Drama Club, was class secretary her freshman and junior year, and class co-president her senior year. She also participated in basketball and varsity Nordic skiing. Dovinsky plans to attend Husson University and strives to earn a master’s degree in business management.

Hannah Kerrigan, daughter of Dennis Kerrigan and Nancy Doherty, is ranked seventh. Kerrigan was a member of the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society, Key Club, drama and outing club. She also participated in cross country, cheerleading, Nordic skiing and track and field at the varsity level. Kerrigan plans to attend the University of Maine Orono to major in wildlife ecology with a minor in marine science.

Caroline Bonenfant, daughter of Gerry and Michelle Bonenfant, is ranked eighth. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Key Club, and Envirothon. She also participated in varsity soccer, basketball and softball. Bonenfant plans to attend the University of Maine at Orono with an undecided major.

Kasey Smith, son of Mark and Julie Smith, is ranked ninth. Smith was class treasurer his sophomore year, class president his junior year and was a member of the National Honor Society. He also participated in varsity soccer, varsity basketball and varsity tennis. Smith plans to attend Husson University to major in accounting.

Joshua Neal, son of Russ and Michelle Neal, is ranked 10th. Neal is senior class-co president and was a Student Council representative freshman and sophomore years. He is a member and past vice-president of Future Business Leaders of America, and a member of Key Club, Drama technical crew, band and the National Society of High School Scholars. He also participated in tennis, ski club and is captain of the varsity soccer team. Neal is a youth soccer coach and volunteer youth soccer referee. He was a delegate to Boys’ State in 2014. Neal plans to attend the University of Maine in Orono to major in mechanical engineering.