Richmond High School has announced its top scholars for the class of 2019.

Laude:

Ashley Brown, daughter of Jay and Susan Brown, of Richmond, plans to attend University of Maine Orono to study political science. She is class valedictorian.

Emma Carbone, daughter of Jason and Janna Prout, of Richmond, plans to attend University of Maine Orono to study psychology.

Alexander Dershem, son of Keith Dershem, of Richmond, and the late Tammy Dershem, plans to attend the University of Maine Orono to study mechanical engineering. He is class salutatorian.

Cum Laude:

Nicholas Adams, son of Tim and Irene Adams, of Richmond, plans to attend the University of Tampa to study sports/entertainment management.

Samantha Briggs, daughter of Tiffany Barrett, of Dresden, plans to attend University of Maine Farmington to study English.

Kennedy Chandler, daughter of Ryan and Stacey Chandler, of Richmond, plans to study political science at Southern Maine Community College.

Nathan Curtis, son of Clifton and Lauren Curtis, of Richmond, plans to attend the University of Maine Orono to study electrical engineering technology.

Caitlin Kendrick, daughter of Troy and Kimberly Kendrick, of Richmond, plans to attend St. Joseph’s College to study nursing.

Corinne Marlowe, daughter of Emily Marlowe, of Richmond, plans to attend Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California, to study nursing.

Daniel Stewart, son of Daniel and Deborah Stewart, of Dresden, plans to study emergency management at Massachusetts Maritime Academy.

Isabel Stinson, daughter of Arnold and Helen Stinson, of Richmond, plans to enter the workforce.

Tehyla Wilson, daughter of Richard and Lisa Baker of Richmond, plans to enter the workforce.

Christian Wing, son of Marilynn and Michail Grizkewitsch, of Richmond, and Dylan Wing, of Sanford, plans to enter the workforce.


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