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77 Marlborough Students Receive John and Abigail Adams Scholarship

A large number of Marlborough students received this recognition recently.

A total of 77 Marlborough High School students made the grade in their MCAS scores to receive the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship for 2013.

The scholarship entitles the recipient to four years of free tuition at any University of Massachusetts campus, or any state or community college. The choice is based on outstanding MCAS results.

Below is a complete list of students who received the award:

Kristen Anzalone
Alicia Aquino
Aaron Armitage
Joseph Babcock
Cameron Bailey
Laura Bailey
Karen Bermudes Rodas
Julia Bilancieri
Michael Bjorkman
Natalie Boles
Jennifer Bombard
Caroline Brassard
Adrian Brown
Joseph Campbell
Marcus Cardoso
Alyssa Chamberlain
Gabriel Conceicao
Shannon Coughlin
Ilana Davidi
Colin Davis
Jody Delano
Jessica DiPersio
Renie Faddoul
Kristine Fantasia
Garrett Farmer
Kaitlin Fauller Reid Flynn
Jacquelyn Giammatteo
Selena Giroux
David Goguen
Ian Gould
Jacob Goulet
Paul Goulet
Kendra Harrington
Tiana Hendrix
Kathryn Herrmann
Alexis Hettinger
Isabella Kundu
Amber Lajoie
Ruth Lee
Kristina Lofrumento
Miriam Lopes
Bailey MacDougall
Rachel Mager
Taylor Mannette
Andrew Markey
Brandon Mattioli
Anna McCabe
Brianna McCormack
Emily McDonald
Katie Milligan
Raven Monette Amanda Monfalcone
Cassidy Morin
Nicholas Mosca
Mark Ney
John O’Brien
Lindsay Parks
Kayleigh Parravicini
Himandri Patel
Alexander Pelletier
Kimberly Pena Maida
Samantha Perlman
Cameron Perry
Grace Pisano
Sarah Purcell
Lauren Rae
Walter Rodriguez Vasquez
Alessandra Russo
Emily Silverman
Robert Smith
Kara Sweeney
Christopher Syers
Julian Trinh
Steven Wagner
Emily Whapham
Brian Wood

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