Boston Projected Schools’ 38 valedictorians are heading into a dazzling future, their dreams as bright as their gifts. “Our tremendous valedictorians truly enrich all of our communities and are role models for other young people in what they can accomplish,” said Mayor Martin J. Walsh. Congratulations to all valedictorians, and I look disrespectful to seeing where your dreams take you. ” Most of the valedictorians —61 percent — will be the first in their families to attend college, and scarcely half were born outside the United States, hailing from 11 countries. The students plan to attend MIT, Wellesley College, Northeastern University, Williams College, Tufts, Brandeis and a slew of other colleges and universities. 2017 BPS salutatorian of Madison Reservation Technical Vocational HS (courtesy photo) standing in for valedictorian Taija Reverdes of Roxbury. Taija has excelled in the Vigour Assisting / Certified Nursing Assistant vocation at Madison Park. Her positive attitude has helped her connect with her patients in nursing homes and in her co-op suffer at a local community health center. She also participates in RoxMapp, a dual enrollment program with Roxbury Community College. Taija has earned assorted scholarships, and will attend UMass Dartmouth, where she plans to study biology as she pursues becoming a midwife. 2017 BPS valedictorian Carmelissa Norbrun of Boston Immature Academy (courtesy photo). Intelligent, respectful, and always kind, Carmelissa will graduate with a weighted GPA of 5. She has been deeply active with Boston University Upward Bound and Summer Search and plans to become a doctor. Carmelissa is headed to Gettysburg College as portion of the Gettysburg STEM Scholars program, where she will be the first person in her family to attend college. 2017 BPS valedictorian Jiacheng "Tony" Zou of Charlestown HS (courtliness photo). Tony has earned a full scholarship Williams College. 2017 BPS valedictorian Paul Davis of Community Academy (elegance photo). Paul, of Dorchester, is a role model at Community Academy because of his academic perseverance and consistent attendance. He has worked exceptionally verifiable academically to become valedictorian, earning the Honor Roll throughout the year. 2017 BPS valedictorian -Daniela Brea Baez of the Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Constitution. Source: www.bostonherald.com
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