Continuing a nearly twenty-year tradition, Colchester High School applauded its top honors students at a banquet in South Burlington on May 25.
Over thirty students, celebrated for earning magna and summa cum laude honors, were distinguished guests for the special evening at the Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center. CHS assistant principal Tim Emery offered words of praise, and students celebrated with a sit-down dinner. Keynote speaker and math teacher Wayne Younghans, who was chosen by the students for the 2011 CHS Yearbook dedication, also offered high praise.
Each honored student was recognized for his or her accomplishments. All received honor cords to wear during the upcoming graduation ceremony, and each was also given a flower.
The following students were invited to attend this special event in recognition of their outstanding academic achievements:
The Honors Banquet Committee responsible for coordinating the event was comprised of CHS teachers Jim Price, Aimee deLaricheliere, and Pat Schiller. Members of the Colchester School District—faculty, staff, administrators, central office personnel, and school board members—were also invited to attend, and many of them contributed financially in order to make the event possible. Additionally, many generous members of the community also sponsored students in honor of academic excellence.
Congratulations, honors scholars!
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