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Kate Krueger named Student of the Month
Emerson House is proud to announce Kate Krueger, daughter of Kurt and Aimee Krueger, as a Student of the Month for October.
Kate is an exceptional student at Chelmsford High School and is currently engaged in a rigorous set of classes. She is taking four Advanced Placement courses. These AP classes include literature & composition, biology, Spanish and calculus. Along with these AP courses, Kate is also taking mock trial, sociology and psychology.
Kate is a special talent, excelling academically and athletically over her three-plus years at CHS. She is a great representation of both Emerson House and Chelmsford High School.
Kate is a modest, yet extremely gifted young lady that has excelled in many fields at Chelmsford High School. Kate is considered one of the best athletes to ever attend Chelmsford High School, excelling at the varsity level for three seasons. However, Kate is more than just an athlete, she is an academic that has shined in the classroom. Kate is a standout student, earning impressive grades and academic distinctions. Due to her strong work ethic, Kate has been recognized with a Highest Academic Achievement award multiple times and also earned the Most Worthy Representative Award for Emerson House. Kates passion and leadership skills extend to a variety of clubs at CHS. She is a member of the Deans Council, Class Reps, Best Buddies and is currently the president of the Mentor Board; a coveted leadership position that oversees the Freshman Mentoring program. Athletically, Kate is one of those rare talents that has thrived in three different varsity sports all four years at CHS. Since her freshman year, she has been a dominant presence on the soccer, basketball and lacrosse teams at CHS. She is a true team player, leader and mentor. Her individual achievements are just as impressive. She was named the Girls Basketball MVP and earned an MVC All Conference player the last two seasons. Kate was also named the Girls Soccer MVP and an MVC All Conference soccer player the last two seasons. Her personal accolades continue, as she was named the MVP for lacrosse team, Lowell Sun All Star and a Boston Globe Player of the week for lacrosse. Impressively, Kate manages to find time to volunteer at the Aldersgate Church youth group and works part-time at Sullys Ice Cream.
Kate is a highly motivated and dedicated student athlete who has earned her recognition as a top Emerson student. She has plans to attend college next fall and study biology with future plans to attend medical school. Kate is a leader in the CHS community and has set a standard of hard work and determination for her peers and teammates. She is truly a genuine and passionate individual. Kate is a highly determined and focused person. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors.
James Mieszczanski named Student of the Month
Emerson House is proud to announce James Mieszczanski, son of Chris and Jeanne Mieszczanski, as a Student of the Month for October.
James is an exceptional student at Chelmsford High School and is currently engaged in a rigorous set of classes, including three Advanced Placement courses. These AP courses include government and politics, calculus AB and Spanish. Additionally, James is taking digital photography, biotechnology, writing for college and A Senior Odyssey. Along with his impressive academic standing, James has created an impressive four-year resume at CHS, as he has been highly involved in athletics, clubs and leadership opportunities. James is a great representation of both Emerson House and CHS.
Focused, driven and diligent, James Mieszczanski continues to make the most of his time at Chelmsford High School. James truly is the definition of a well-rounded student, excelling academically, athletically and making CHS a better place. A member of the National Honor Society, James has also earned an Academic Achievement award every year hes attended CHS. He is excited to pursue the next chapter of his academic career, potentially pursuing a degree in architecture, civil engineering or cyber security and forensics. A Freshman Mentor, James assists a small group of freshmen with the transition between middle school and high school. A three-season athlete, James is the true definition of a student athlete, serving as a role model to younger teammates. He is currently a member of the varsity boys soccer team, along with both the winter and spring track teams. A Merrimack Valley Conference All Star for Spring Track, James credits his track coach, Danny Richter, as a motivating influence in his life. Outside of school, James volunteers at St. Marys youth ministry, where he helps with religious events and community service activities. These activities include leaf raking, a harvest dinner, Cor Unum and a summer vacation Bible Fest.
James is a self-motivated individual, who enjoys running, soccer, history, reading, chess and golf. James is also a member of the CHS Student Council, an honor roll student, leader and great young man who has truly made the most of his four years at CHS. We wish James continued success in all his future endeavors.
Allison Dorsey named Student of the Month
Emerson House is proud to announce Allison Doresey, daughter of Chris and Deb Dorsey, as a Student of the Month for October.
Allison has been an outstanding academic, music and co-curricular activity related student at Chelmsford High School.
This year, Allison is enrolled in a variety of challenging courses at Chelmsford High School including AP research, honors chorus, AP environmental science, health, public speaking, American sign language, AP literature and composition, and pre-calculus. During her high school years, she has maintained a position on the high honor roll and has demonstrated a genuine love of learning that has inspired her teachers and peers alike. She is a member of the National Honor Society and the National Honor Societies for English, world language and science.
Allison has been an active member of our music, theater and activity programs at Chelmsford High School. Allison has been a valuable and vital member of the CHS Theater Guild for all four years. She has contributed in many distinct roles within the theater guild serving as an actor and as a make-up artist. Allison has been recognized as Best Supporting Actress: 2017, 2019 (Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild Awards); All Star Acting Award: 2019, 2020 (METG Festival Awards) and as a Best Supporting Actress nominee. Allison is a charismatic and gifted performer who delights and commands attention when on stage. Another area in which Allison has shined is through music. She has been a member of the CHS acapella group The Thursdays for the past four years. Along with her peers, The Thursdays were one of 10 school acapella groups nationwide selected to perform in the National acapella competition in New York city for two years running and have earned third place honors. In addition, Allison has been a tremendous asset to the Freshmen Mentor program the past two years and currently serves on the student mentor board. She is also active in LIME, the poetry club and the civil action club. Allison is one of the most talented students we currently have at Chelmsford High School. Activities aside Allison truly lights up a room when she enters. Her vivacity and enthusiasm invigorate those around her. She is also one of the most articulate, sensitive and empathetic students I have ever had the pleasure with which to work.
Outside of school, Allison has also been very active in dance, voice lessons, piano lessons, swim team and youth group. She has also been very active in community service. She is willing to give of herself to improve the lives of those around her. She has participated in the Friends of Music Bottle and Can Drive, the Haunt for a Cure, along with other service projects through the NHS.
Allison hopes to get a BFA in Musical Theatre or Acting with a possible second major in education. After college, she would love to try to make it as a working actor. She would love to end up teaching theatre one day and truly believes that experience is the best way to teach others. It is with great confidence that Chelmsford High School can state that Allison will make a lasting impact when she takes her talent, passion and enthusiasm to a lucky college next year.
Hawthorne House and Chelmsford High School are proud to have Allison Dorsey as our Student of the Month and we are confident she will succeed in anything she decides to pursue.
Peter Mitchell named Student of the Month
Hawthorne House is proud to announce that Peter Mitchell, son of Steven and Wendy Mitchell, has been selected as a Student of the Month for October.
In his four years at Chelmsford High School Peter has made a lasting contribution and will leave it a better place for having him here.
This year, Peter is enrolled in a variety of challenging courses at Chelmsford High School including AP calculus AB, AP research, AP physics C, AP Spanish language and culture, Senior Odyssey and Money Smart. Peter is truly a gifted student whose genuine love of learning is both inspiring and infectious to his peers. He has received numerous honors including the 2020 AP Scholar Award, 2019 Most Worthy Representative Hawthorne House, 2019 PRIDE Award and the CHS Highest Academic Honor Award. Peter is also a member of the National Honor Society, the National English Honor Society, the National Science Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society.
Peter has been an active member of our athletic and co-curricular programs at Chelmsford High School. Peter has been a valued member of Class Representatives for all four years of his career at the school and currently serves as the CHS Class of 2021 class president. It has been inspiring to see the resilience, ingenuity and persistence Peter has demonstrated while trying to find new avenues to raise money for his class, plan safe social activities and preserve the supportive and spirited culture at CHS. Peter has also been an integral member of our Freshmen Mentor program as well. Athletically, he has been a valuable member of the Varsity Ice Hockey and Lacrosse teams where he has been recognized as the Most Improved Player for the Lacrosse team and the Scholar Athlete for the Ice Hockey team. Peter is a leader who sets the tone and culture for his teams through hard work, dedication and grit. Clearly, Peter is one of the most talented and hardworking students we currently have at Chelmsford High School. He balances his athletic and co-curricular talents with his academic achievements.
Outside of school, Peter led a voter registration drive this year to enfranchise his peers at CHS. In his spare time, Peter works as an ice cream scooper at Kimball Farms while also doing part time jobs in landscaping. Peter is also active in giving back to the community through service with St. Marys Church in the form of food drives and working at the food pantry in town.
Peter plans to major in engineering and is planning on applying to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cornell University and Duke University. It is with great confidence that Chelmsford High School can state that Peter will leave a lasting impact when he takes his talent, passion and enthusiasm to one of these prestigious colleges in the fall.
Hawthorne House and Chelmsford High School are proud to have Peter Mitchell as our Student of the Month and we are confident he will succeed in anything he decides to pursue.
Haley Ruccio named Student of the Month
Whittier House is proud to announce Haley Ruccio, daughter of Becky and Chris Ruccio, as a Student of the Month for October.
Haley is currently enrolled in AP literature and composition, AP psychology, honors concert choir, honors pre-calc, digital filmmaking and TV and broadcasting. Haley is a dedicated student and a great representation of both Whittier House and Chelmsford High School.
Haley has been an exemplary student in her classes while at CHS. She is someone teachers speak very highly of and who produces great work. With her hard work, Haley has earned membership into the National Honor Society and the National English Honor Society. She has also demonstrated consistency in the classroom by earning high honors in grades nine through 11.
Haley is very active in extracurriculars at CHS, especially in the TV/production area. Haley has been a member of the TV club (current editor/segment producer) and Chelmsford News 3.0 (executive producer). Her artistic talents do not just stop in the TV studio. Haley can also be found singing and performing at CHS. She is a very active member of the theatre guild and the treble/choir and has been awarded many awards for her performances. Haley is also a Freshman Mentor.
Outside of CHS, Haley volunteers for Chelmsford Telemedia, following her passions and serving her own community. She works at manning cameras for the town and for CHS events. Haley is also an employee at Papa Ginos and is a service member.
Next year Haley plans on attending a college or university on the East Coast/New England area. Her top choices, at this time, are Ithaca College and Champlain College. She intends on studying film/television production and dreams of being an editor for a TV show some day. We wish Haley nothing but the best and we hope we see her work on the big screen some day!
Joshua Timmins named Student of the Month
Whittier House is proud to announce Joshua Timmins, son of Virginia and Mark Timmins, as a Student of the Month for October.
Josh is currently enrolled in AP calculus AB, AP physics C, AP literature and composition, AP psychology, honors concert choir, honors biotechnology 2 and intro to ASL. Josh is a great representation of both Whittier House and Chelmsford High School.
Josh has found great success in the classroom at CHS. His hard work and dedication to his studies had led him to earning membership into the National Honor Society, the National English Honor Society and the Science National Honor Society. Josh has also earned the High Honor Roll in grades nine through 11 while at CHS. Josh was also accepted at Brown Universitys Summer@Brown program in 2020.
Joshs talents go well beyond the walls of the classroom. Josh is a very talented vocal percussionist and he showcases his talents with the CHS acapella group The Thursdays. As well as four-year membership in The Thursdays, Josh has been involved with the boys volleyball team, CHS Chorus, LIME, a Student Mentor and the CHS Theatre Guild. Josh is also serving as the president of CHSs chapter of the National Honor Society.
Outside of the halls of CHS Josh fills his time with service and work. Josh has volunteered at St. Pauls Soup Kitchen, Common Cathedral, City Reach and Down East Maine Missions. Many of these efforts have involved caring for homeless individuals through meals and shelter. Josh works at Market Basket preparing food and has previously called balls and strikes at a local youth ballpark.
After graduation, Josh is unsure of his plans but is considering pursuing studies in the field of brain science. Wherever his path may lead, Whittier House wishes him the best and continued success!
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