56 Students Graduate from St. Mary of the Assumption High School

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ELIZABETH — St. Mary of the Assumption High School congratulates the 56 seniors who have successfully completed the prescribed course of studies.

On June 4, Msgr. Robert Harrington, pastor and Principal Janet Malko awarded diplomas to the following students:


Anais Aguirre, Melanie Amorim, Ruben Arriola, Cornelius Asare, Frantz Augustin. Ashley Batista, Christopher Bazilio, Jose Conde, Kelsey Connell, Valezka Cruz, Nataisiah Davis, Jennifer Devia, Daniel Espinosa, Kimberly Exil, Ederson Exume, Shanay Fegins, Nikare Franklin. Jose Gonzalez, Malcolm Graham, Daniel Guerrero, Dwight Halls, Aisha Hardy, Dajon Hayes,

Bianca Hughes, Vincent Hutcheson, Alexis Idrovo, Marsha Jacques, Heginz Janvier, Kesha Jeancilus, Tyease Johnson, Tyme Jones, Christopher Kennedy, Victoria Prigmore-Khan, Kurt Klimanski, Devon Kornegay, Malikah Landrum, Jairus Law, Leanna Lozano, Michelle Montes,

Darrius Munroe, Jowan Odige, Reynaldo Ortega, Alexaner Ortiz, Brittany Ortiz, Rosa Peredo, Milton Perez, Roselyn Reino, Kenneth Rivera, Xavier Rivera, Sean Sanchez, Valeria Sanchez, Jonathan Santiago, Janessa Shealy, Raven Taylor, Jameer Wapples and Andrew Zagorski.

The following awards were presented:

  • Valedictorian Award: Andrew Zagorski
  • Salutatorian Award: Reynaldo Ortega
  • Religion Award: Nikare Franklin
  • English Award: Reynaldo Ortega
  • Spanish Award: Xavier Rivera
  • Social Studies Award: Melanie Amorim
  • Science Award: Shanay Fegins
  • Mathematics Award: Andrew Zagorski
  • Mechanical Drawing Award: Rosa Perado

Scholarships amounting to over eight million dollars were awarded to the class of 2010. St. Mary’s students will be continuing their education at the following colleges and universities: Caldwell College, College of St. Elizabeth, Drew University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Monmouth University, Montclair State University, NJIT, Rutgers University, Seton Hall University, the University of Pittsburgh and the University of the Sciences, to name just a few.

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