FAIRFIELD — Lawrence High School recently announced its top 10 graduates for the class of 2017, according to a news release from Principal Mark Campbell. The honorees are listed alphabetically.

Morgan Boudreau, of Benton, is the daughter of Gary and Dawn Boudreau. While at Lawrence, she was involved in varsity basketball, varsity soccer, tennis, math team, history club, PRIDE, National Honor Society, and received KVAC 2nd Team, KVAC honorable mention, KVAC Rookie Team, KVAC All-Academic Team, MIAAA Scholar Athlete and Student of the Month twice.

Boudreau plans to attend Maine Maritime Academy to study power engineering technology.

Kaylee Brann, of Benton, is the daughter of Sean and Kelly Brann. She was involved in track, math team, and National Honor Society and received high honors, student of the month and the Rensselaer Medal.

Brann plans to attend the University of Maine to study biology.

Madelyn Fortin, of Fairfield, is the daughter of Allan and Pamela Fortin. She was a class treasurer, and participated in soccer, theater and National Honor Society.

Fortin plans to attend the University of Maine at Orono to study microbiology.

Jaden Gray, of Clinton, is the daughter of Stephen and Shyanne Gray. She was involved in soccer, indoor track, outdoor track, cross country, National Honor Society, PRIDE, Renaissance, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Counsel, Latin Club, math team and received high honors, KVAC All-Academic Athlete, Student of the Month, president of the National Honor Society, and captain of the indoor and outdoor track teams.

Gray plans to attend Johnson State College in Vermont to study pre-medical biology.

Samantha Knox, of Benton, is the daughter of Stephen and Kelley Knox. She was involved in Renaissance, the class secretary, a member of the National Honor Society and softball.

Knox plans to attend the University of New England to study pre-med.

Joseph Lailer, of Fairfield, is the son of Frank and Kim Lailer. He was involved in the Latin Club and math team and received the Student of the Month Award for May 2015 and December 2015.

Lailer plans to attend the University of Maine at Orono to study chemical engineering.

James LeBlanc, of Fairfield, is the son of Steven and Sarah LeBlanc. He was involved in Latin Club, math team, disc golf club, National Honor Society and the Lawrence Theater Company, among other intramural activities. He also was the recipient of Lawrence’s Maine Principal’s Association Award.

LeBlanc plans to attend Colby College to study engineering.

Kiana Letourneau, of Fairfield, is the daughter of Steve and Lisa Letourneau. She was involved in soccer, basketball, track and field, math team, PRIDE, homeroom buddies, renaissance, tutor at Benton Elementary, National Honor Society and was named on the Girls Soccer All Conference Second Team, Captain for soccer and track and field, Track and Field All State, Track KVAC Dave Martin Award, Morning Sentinel’s Girls Track and Field Player of the Year, and received high honors all four years.

Letourneau plans to attend University of Maine at Orono to study nursing.

Ryan Pellerin, of Albion, is the son of Jason and Melanie Pellerin. He was involved in basketball, football and outdoor track and received All academic KVAC honors in both basketball and football, and received the Kenneth Leclair Award in football for the past two years.

Pellerin plans to attend Springfield College to study sports management.

Elizabeth Walsh, of Benton, is the daughter of Richard and Stephanie Walsh. She was involved in prom, homecoming and theatre decorations and has received awards for achievement in art, geography and English.

Walsh plans to attend the University of Maine in Orono to study biochemistry.

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