GARDINER — Gardiner Area High School has announced its class of 2015 top 10 seniors.

Will Bucci, son of John and JoAnne Bucci, of West Gardiner, is class valedictorian. He is a member of the National Honor Society, serving as treasurer, and a past Dirigo Boys State delegate. Bucci also is a member of the Civil Rights Team and Advisory Panel, the World Language Club, and the math team. He has held the office of class president for two years, and also holds the office of student council vice president. In addition, he has served on the prom committee and has performed in four Pizazz productions. He is the recipient of several excellence in academics awards including Spanish I, II and III, Honors English, Honors U.S. History, Honors Algebra II, AP English Literature and Composition, Honors American Studies, Life & Work, Wellness II, and Health. In addition, he is the recipient of the Rotary Student of the Month Award, the Phi Beta Kappa Award, the Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award, the Williams College Book Award and the AP Scholar Award. As a member of the high school band and jazz ensemble Bucci’s talent and dedication has earned him a place at the District III and All-State Music Festivals for three years including top tenor sax score for the 2014 All State Music Festival. Within the community he is involved with the Boy Scouts of America recently earning Eagle Scout ranking. Bucci will attend Bowdoin College in the fall with a major in neuroscience.

Tuesday Shea, daughter of Matthew Shea and Stacy Shea, of Gardiner, is class salutatorian. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the World Language Club, a student council representative, and a member of the high school band. She is the recipient of several excellence in academics awards including World Studies, Honors U.S. History, Honors Geometry, French II & III, Statistics and Trigonometry, and the Society of Women Engineers Award. She participated in sports as a member of the volleyball team. Within the community, Tuesday has volunteered with Day of Caring, the Thanksgiving basket project, and with the middle school book fairs. Shea will attend Boston College in the fall.

Andrew Moran, son of David and Nathalie Moran, of Randolph, is ranked third in his class. He is a member of the National Honor Society, the Drama Cub, the math team, the high school band, Band Board, and a past Dirigo Boys State delegate. Moran also has been an integral part of the tech crew for the school’s musical and drama productions. He is the recipient of several excellence in academics awards including Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Chemistry, and English along with the English Service Appreciation Award, the Rensselaer Medal Award, the St. Michael’s College Book Award, and the Rotary Student of the Month Award. Within the community he has volunteered with Day of Caring and with the middle school drama productions. Moran will attend the University of Maine in the fall with a major in mechanical engineering.

Joshua Caldwell, the son of Jim and Susan Caldwell, of West Gardiner, is ranked fourth in his class. He is a member of the National Honor Society, the math team, the Latin Club, the Student Council, and a past Dirigo Boys State delegate. Caldwell was selected to attend the Maine Youth Wilderness Leadership Program in 2013. He participates in sports including indoor track, lacrosse, and soccer, serving as team captain this year. His talent on the lacrosse field earned him a place on both the 1st and 2nd Teams All-Conference and as captain for both his junior and senior years. Within the community he has volunteered at public suppers, at an organic farm, and as an author with the West Gardiner Newsletter. In his leisure time, he enjoys hiking, fishing, skiing, camping, and exercising. Caldwell will attend Bates College in the fall.

Abbey Coughlan, daughter of Peter and Gail Coughlan of Randolph, is ranked fifth in her class. She is a member of the National Honor Society, serving as vice president, the high school band, Student Council secretary, president of the World Languages Club, and a past Dirigo Girls State delegate. In addition, she has served on the prom committee and as backstage manager for Pizazz productions. Coughlan has participated in sports including basketball and volleyball, serving as captain for two years. She is the recipient of several excellence in academics awards including Honors Algebra I, Spanish I & II, Lab Biology, Career & Technology, and Honors Geometry. Within the community she has volunteered with youth basketball, Day of Caring, the Thanksgiving basket project and the book fair. Coughlan will attend Lasell College in the fall with a major in finance.

Adrian Heath, son of Richard Heath and Barbara Oesterlin-Heath, of Gardiner, is ranked sixth in his class. He is a member of the National Honor Society, the World Languages Club, the math team, the high school band and jazz ensemble, Band Board, and a student council representative. Heath is the recipient of several excellence in academics awards including Spanish II, English, and the St. Anselm College Book Award. He participates in sports including lacrosse and football. His talent on the lacrosse field earned him the recognition of Kennebec Journal’s All-Star Honorable Mention. His talent on the football field earned him several awards including the Team Defensive MVP, the 2nd Team All-Pine Tree Conference Linebacker, and the Pine Tree Conference All-Academic Team award. Within the community he has volunteered with the middle school football camp, the Student Conservation Association, Day of Caring, and at local farms. In his leisure time he enjoys skiing, canoeing, hiking, biking, and camping. Heath will attend Colgate University in the fall with a major in biology.

Maggie Coffin, daughter of Robert Coffin, of Hallowell, and Amie Coffin, of Gardiner, is ranked seventh in her class. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the Civil Rights Team, Class Council, the high school band, and Band Board. She served as prom committee chairperson her junior year and currently serves as Project Graduation chairperson. Coffin is the recipient of two excellence in academics awards which include Geometry and Algebra I. Within the community she has volunteered as drama director with the middle school drama program, with Day of Caring, at KVHS Auctions, as a dance teacher’s assistant, and at Johnson Hall. Coffin will attend the University of Southern Maine in the fall.

Kylie Peacock, daughter of Debbie and Doug Peacock, of West Gardiner, is ranked eighth in her class. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the Civil Rights Team, the Drama Club, the World Languages Club, color guard, the high school band, and Band Board. Peacock has been the backstage manager for several musical, drama, and Pizazz productions, participated in sports as a member of the swim team, and is the recipient of two excellence in academics awards which include Geometry and Wellness II. Within the community she volunteers at Grace Community Chapel, with the middle school drama productions, and at the Helen Thompson School. Peacock will attend Saint Joseph’s College in the fall with a major in nursing.

Nicole Heald, daughter of Patty Getchell, of West Gardiner, is ranked ninth in her class. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the Latin Club, serving as president, a student council representative, past member of the prom committee, and the recipient of the Anna Maria College Book Award. Heald has participated in sports as a member of the field hockey team. Within the community she has volunteered with Day of Caring, youth field hockey clinics, and the Thanksgiving basket project. Heald will attend Southern New Hampshire University with a major in forensic psychology.

Rachel Quirion, daughter of Keith and Kim Quirion, of Randolph, is ranked 10th in her class. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the high school band, and a student council representative. She was a member of the prom committee and currently serves on the Project Graduation committee. Quirion is the recipient of several excellence in academics awards including Career & Tech, Life & Work, Honors Algebra II, History, U.S. History, Honors Chemistry, and 2D Art I & II. Her artistic talent has earned her the honor of designing the drama production program covers throughout her high school career. She has participated in sports including volleyball and basketball, earning an honorable mention award her junior year. Within the community she has volunteered with Biddy Ball, Day of Caring, the Thanksgiving basket project, as a cross-country assistant, and at the middle school. Quirion will attend Saint Joseph’s College in the fall with a major in nursing.