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MIDDLETOWN >> Mercy High School has announced the top two students of the class of 2014 christian louboutin replica Emily Hall as valedictorian and Caitlin McAuliffe as salutatorian.
Hall has been a scholar, athlete and leader throughout her four years at Mercy. Her accomplishments included completing a course in American Government and Politics at Wesleyan University during the fall term of senior year. She has been the recipient of academic excellence awards in Algebra, Geometry, Latin, Biology, Microsoft and AP Chemistry.
Hall is a finalist in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program, an honor bestowed on less than one percent of the 1.5 million high school students participating in the program in their junior year. She was one of cheap nfl jerseys 30 students in Connecticut to be named a Governor Scholar. She was the recipient of the Harvard Book Award, Princeton Book Award, National High School Mock Trial Best Advocate Award, and earned a Gold Medal Award on the National Latin Exam two years in a row.
Hall is an active member in many of Mercy clubs, activities, and volunteer service programs. She represented Mercy at Laurel Girls State in her junior year, founded and organized an all school Service Fair in the fall of 2013 to expose all Mercy students to numerous community service agencies and opportunities. cheap red bottoms She is president of the McAuley Chapter of the National Honor Society, a member of Peer Ministry, Mercy Ambassadors, Mock Trial Team and the Interscholastic Golf Team.
Outside cheap jerseys of school, Hall dedicates hours of volunteer service to the Guilford Racquet Swim Club, Our Lady of Mercy Academy as assistant coach for the Mock Trial Team, and as a CCD assistant at St. Mary Church Children Liturgy in Clinton. In her free time, she is an accomplished NAUI Scuba Diver holding certifications in Basic, Advanced and Nitrox Gas Scuba Diving.
The daughter Matthew and Elizabeth Hall of Clinton will continue her studies at Harvard University in the fall.
McAuliffe, a resident of Durham, is the daughter of Michael and Carolyn McAuliffehas been an outstanding scholar, athlete, and student leader during her four years at Mercy High School. She has demonstrated her extraordinary academic ability by enrolling in the most challenging Advanced Placement and Honors courses. As a result she has been recognized as the recipient of numerous academic distinctions such as the Yale Book Award and she is a National Merit Commended Scholar. McAuliffe is an AP Scholar and departmental award recipient in French, History, Chemistry, English, and Civics as well as the French class representative to the CT COLT Poetry Recitation.
McAuliffe has positively contributed to many of Mercy High School clubs, athletics teams and volunteer service programs. cheap red bottom shoes She is a member of the National Honor Society, president of the French National Honor Society, captain of the Mock Trial Team, Chamber Choir, Peer Ministry, Mercy Ambassadors and captain of the Field Hockey Team. She was chosen to participate in the Yale University Discover the Cure Internship Program which allowed her to conduct medical research and present her findings to Yale University professors.
She has dedicated over 200 hours of her time to community service. She has worked at Middlesex Hospital as a volunteer in the surgical ward, participated in a mission trip to Booneville, Kentucky, and volunteered at Strong Middle School in Durham. McAuliffe is the founder of the Circle of Mercy skirt drive and began collecting uniforms at the end of her sophomore year at Mercy and Holy Trinity Elementary School in Wallingford. These uniforms were sent to needy children in Haiti.