Top 11 Students of the William Floyd High School Class of 2017 announced

Top 11 Students of the William Floyd High School Class of 2017 announced
Pictured left to right: Jared Collins, Keelia Serino-Murphy, A.G. Chancellor IV, Daniel McDermott, Kayla Guarino, Michael Hall, Massimo Saputo, Liana Perez, Numaira Khan, Kimberly St. Fleur and Steven Shaw.

William Floyd High School Principal Philip Scotto recently conferred the Principal’s Award upon the top 11 students from the graduating class of 2017 – a talented group of young men and women who will attend college in the fall with various majors including accounting and finance, applied mathematics, biochemistry, biology, economics/electrical & computer engineering, global public health, nursing, political science/economics and public policy/economics. Congratulations to these 11 individuals on their accomplishments and to all members of the Class of 2017!

William Floyd High School Class of 2017 Principal’s Award Recipients

Valedictorian: Steven Shaw, Duke University, economics/electrical & computer engineering
Salutatorian: Michael Hall, Stevenson University, applied mathematics

Additional Principal’s Award recipients are (listed alphabetically):
A.G. Chancellor IV, Duke University, public policy/economics
Jared Collins, Colgate University, biology
Kayla Guarino, Pace University, political science/economics
Numaira Khan, Dartmouth College, undecided
Daniel McDermott, Lehigh University, accounting and finance
Liana Perez, Villanova University, nursing
Massimo Saputo, Boston College, biochemistry
Keelia Serino-Murphy, University of East London, biochemistry
Kimberly St. Fleur, Cornell University, Global Public Health

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