FARMINGDALE — Hall-Dale High School recently announced its top 11 seniors for the class of 2015 in alphabetical order.

Clio Barr, of Hallowell, is the daughter of Marion Hylan Barr and John Barr. She has been involved in Student Senate and was elected class president all four years as well as serving as student senate president, senior year. She is an active member of Key Club and volunteers at the local food bank. She played on the varsity soccer and tennis teams all four years and served as captain on both teams. Barr was also named the 2014 Kennebec Journal Girls Tennis Player of the Year. She was a member of National Honor Society her junior and senior year and served as vice president senior year. Barr plans to attend Bates College in the fall.

Bryson Camp, valedictorian, is the son of Barry and Emily Camp, of Farmingdale. He plans to attend Colorado College in the fall where, he will study environmental science. He has been involved with Key Club and Student Senate for all four years of high school. He was also an officer for two and singular term for each extra curricular, respectively. In addition, he was part of the math team and National Honors Society. He played varsity basketball since sophomore year, and varsity tennis since freshmen year. He was a captain for both his senior year.

Andrea Laurine Fredericks, of Winslow, is the daughter of Mike and Valerie Fredericks. She played varsity soccer for four years and was tri-captain her senior year. She was in the National Honor Society, Jazz Choir, and studied Martial Arts for seven years. Fredericks plans to attend Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts, to major in interior design and construction management.

Wesley Lapointe, of Hallowell, is the son of George Lapointe and Hilary Neckles. Following four years of basketball, he was named First Team MVC All Star, and Second Team Kennebec Journal All Star in his senior year. Lapointe had three photographs published in the Kennebec Journal in 2014. He also developed a successful business designing and printing original silkscreen T-shirts his senior year. He was a member of National Honor Society, and volunteered during summers at the Teen Challenge Center in Winthrop. Following a gap year where he will travel in Southeast Asia and studying photography, he plans to attend Quest University of Canada.

Samuel Moulton, of Farmingdale, is the son of Peter Moulton and Laurie Rodrigue. He was a four-year varsity member of the soccer team and was its captain senior year He also was a member of baseball and swim teams. Moulton is a member of National Honor Society, Jazz Band and Concert Band. He also volunteers at Glenridge in Augusta helping to care for patients afflicted with Alzheimer’s. He plans to attend the University of Maine.


Nicole Pelletier, salutatorian, is the daughter of Bill and Theresa Pelletier, of Farmingdale. She has received Mountain Valley Conference Awards in field hockey, basketball and tennis. As a captain in all three sports, she was also a McDonald’s All-Star for basketball. Pelletier is a member of Key Club and advised the Junior Key Club, a member of the math team, drama, Jazz Choir, Academic Decathlon and National Honor Society. She is also active in coaching and supporting Hall-Dale Youth League sports. Pelletier plans to attend the honors program at Occidental College in California to study pre-med.

Courtney Rhoten, of Dresden, is the daughter of Cheryl and Roger Rhoten. One of her passions is the Orient. Rhoten has traveled to Japan on a couple of educational exchanges where she has been able to immerse herself in the culture as well as make some lifelong friends. She is a member of National Honor Society, the Taiko Drumming Club, Civil Rights, tennis and was selected for District III and All-State in music. She is also very involved in her church and is part of the youth ministry. Rhoten plans to attend Thomas College.

Eva Shepherd, of Farmingdale, is the daughter of Eric and Susan Shepherd. She was recognized by the Mountain Valley Conference in soccer, basketball and softball. She was also accepted into both the classical vocal and jazz components for All State. Shepherd was the president of National Honor Society, Key Club and the music council. She plans to attend the University of Southern Maine for music education.

Nathanial Stahlnecker, of Farmingdale, is the son of Jim and Linda Stahlnecker. He was a National Merit Finalist, an Advanced Placement Scholar, and the student representative of Regional School Unit 2 Board of Directors. He was also a member of the math team, Academic Decathlon, the drama lightboard, robotics and band. Stahlnecker plans to attend the honors program of Cedarville University in Ohio.

Emma Wilson, of Hallowell, is the daughter of Kimber and Susan Wilson. Wilson is a passionate runner in track and cross country. In track, she has done the 1600, 800, 3200, and four-by-four relay. In cross country, she was awarded MVC Player of the Year. She has also coached middle school math team, played the Taiko drums, and been secretary of National Honor Society. Wilson plans to attend Wheelock College in Massachusetts.

Jacob Young, of Farmingdale, is the son of Mark and Patty Young. He played soccer for four years and was named a captain senior year. He played tennis for two years. He was a National Honor Society member, on the math team, and in the student senate. Young, who enjoys working with computers, plans to attend Rochester Institute of Technology for computer software engineering.

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