MADRID — The honor graduates for the class of 2014 at Madrid-Waddington Central School have been announced.
Britanni E. Dawley, daughter of Andrea Wood and Shawn Dawley, granddaughter of Darlene and Doug Dawley, Lisbon, cum laude. She received the Clarkson Merit Scholarship and will attend Clarkson University for engineering and management.
Allison A. Fobare, daughter of Michelle and John Fobare, Waddington, cum laude. She received the Achievement Award II from Clarkson, and will attend Clarkson University to study physical therapy.
Alex V. Hammond, son of Holly and Brian Hammond, Waddington, cum laude. He will attend Valley Forge Military College, majoring in government and history. He has received an Army ROTC scholarship.
Jessica L. LaMay, daughter of Denise and Randy LaMay, Ogdensburg, magna cum laude. She will attend St. Lawrence University, where she will major in biology. She received the Augsbury North Country Scholarship and Presidential Achievement Award from SLU.
Tyler M. LeFleur, son of Cathy and James LeFleur, Waddington, cum laude. He will attend SUNY Plattsburgh’s cytotechnology program.
Victoria S. Long, daughter of Beth and Chad Mowry, Madrid, magna cum laude. She will attend Clarkson University’s biology and pre-physical therapy program.
Connor D. Maskell, son of Lisa and John Maskell, Waddington, cum laude. He will attend the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Emily T. Murphy, daughter of Lori and Mark Murphy, Canton, magna cum laude. She will attend Siena College, Albany, to study business and foreign language. She received Siena’s Presidential Scholarship.
Jonas S. Pandit, son of Jackie and Sailesh Pandit, Waddington, cum laude. He will study mathematics at Vassar College.
Eve M. Ruddy, daughter of Sandra and Joseph Ruddy, Norfolk, cum laude. She will attend SUNY Oneonta.
Alyssa M. Ryan, daughter of Trudy and Robert Ryan, Waddington, summa cum laude. She is the recipient of the Chancellor’s scholarship at University of Massachusetts at Amherst and will attend Commonwealth Honors college at UMass.
Jennifer K. Wilson, daughter of Lorraine Wilson, Waddington, and the late Michael Wilson, magna cum laude. She will attend The Clarkson School to study pre-med. She received the Clarkson School Scholars Award.