NORTH ANSON — Carrabec High School recently announced its top 10 seniors for the class of 2018, listed alphabetically after the valedictorian and salutatorian.

Katrina Mason, valedictorian, is the daughter of Marie and Richard Mason, of Anson. She achieved a grade point average of 102.71, she has completed eight Advanced Placement classes and all the honors classes that would fit within her schedule. Mason plans to attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to study biomedical engineering.

Emilee Fortier, salutatorian, is the daughter of Irene Bolduc, of North Anson, and Lee Fortier, of North Anson. She achieved a grade point average of 101.53, completing eight Advanced Placement classes Fortier plans to attending Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to study materials engineering.

Jacob Atwood is the son of Heidi and Jolly Atwood, of Embden. He plans to attend the University of Maine at Farmington as a satiation math major.

Kelsey Creamer is the daughter of Lori and Eric Creamer, of Embden. She plans to attend the University of Maine at Farmington to study secondary education and science.

Kaitlin Dixon is the daughter of Katherine Bertini, of Solon and Campbell Dixon, of Florida. She plans to attend Davis & Elkins College in West Virginia to study business.

Patrick Dube Jr. is the son of Aryke and Brian Coombs, of Solon, and Patrick Dube Sr., of Anson. He plans to attend Kennebec Valley Community College to study electrical technology.

Bailey Dunphy is the daughter of Judi and Troy Dunphy, of North Anson. She plans to attend Thomas College for communications to focus on PR and marketing.

Courtney Fuller is the daughter of Sharon Begin, of Solon, and Larry Fuller, of Solon. She plans to attend nursing at Kennebec Valley Community College.

Evan Holzworth is the son of Ann and Jay Holzworth, of Solon. He plans to attend Husson University to study mass communications/marketing.

Jackson Lawler-Sidell is the son of Candace and Stephen Sidell, of Embden. He plans to attend Saint Anselm to study political science.

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