June Students of the Month
about 1 year ago
Tyngsborough High School is proud to Nicole Pierce, Taylor Anderson, Kathleen Buckley & Emilie Brush as the June Students of the Month.
Nicole, daughter of Kathy and Jack Pierce, is a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society. She is a recipient of the Principal’s Award and is a member of the Outdoor Club. Nicole is a three-sport athlete, participating in field hockey, swim, and track & field since her freshman year. She has volunteered her time with the Girl Scouts and with Give Kids The World. Nicole enjoys dancing (she has been doing it for 16 years) and hiking in the White Mountains (she has hiked all of the 48 4,000 foot or higher mountains in NH). Her favorite subjects are Anatomy, English, and Sociology, and she looks forward to going to medical school, becoming a pediatric oncologist, living around Boston, and starting a family. “I will always remember talking to the English teachers, Ms. Valacer, Mrs. Teal, and Mrs. Boughan. I am so grateful for all of the connections I have with the teachers here. I will never forget game-day for field hockey and all of the nicknames that Julia gave everyone. I am grateful for all of the lessons I have learned here and am ready to apply them at UMass Amherst.”
Taylor, daughter of Jody and Darren Anderson, is a member of the Spanish National Honor Society and a recipient of the Principal’s Award. She is a three-sport athlete, participating in field hockey, lacrosse, and track. Taylor is a field hockey captain and was named a Mid-Wach All-Star in both her junior and senior years, and she was named team MVP this year. She has volunteered her time to fund a Thanksgiving meal for local veterans, and she has also volunteered with the Give Kids the World program. Taylor enjoys playing field hockey, babysitting, and playing with her dog. Her favorite subject is math, and she looks forward to attending college, earning a master’s degree, and getting a job helping people in need. “I have gained long-lasting friendships and THS has given me lots of opportunities. My favorite moments are traveling to Give Kids the World, building a doghouse for Comprehensive Project, and all of my field hockey games.”
Kathleen, daughter of Mark and Janice Buckley, is a member of both the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society. She is a recipient of the Principal’s Award and the Principal’s Scholarship. Katie has played both soccer and tennis for THS, and she volunteers her time with the Wish Project, with the MSPCA, with the Grace Chapel Wilmington House of Hope, and at the Nashua Soup Kitchen. Her favorite subject is Anatomy & Physiology, and she looks forward to attending Quinnipiac University with the goal of becoming a pediatric nurse. “THS gave me a lot of travel opportunities in which I got to go to Spain and Belize and experience different customs. I’ve made life-long friends in my years here.”
Emilie, daughter of Rick and Mary Brush, is a member of both the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society. She is a recipient of the Principal’s Award and is a member of the PALS program. Emilie is a decorated athlete, earning multiple all-star awards in soccer including the Central Mass All-Star Award, the Wachusett C League All-Star Award, a Lowell Sun All-Star Award, and the Central Mass D3 All-Star Award. She has been a captain of the team since her junior year and was named a league MVP. Emilie is also a highly accomplished skier, earning MVP honors as a member and captain of the Groton-Dunstable varsity ski team. She is a two-time Mass Bay West Alpha League Champion, a two-time Worcester Telegram & Gazette Hometeam All-Star, a two-time Lowell Sun Skier of the Year, and a two-time Boston Globe Skier of the Year, and a State Champion. Emilie has volunteered her time at the New England Student Leadership Conference, with alter serving at St. John the Evangelist Parish, at the Catholic Heart Work Camp, and at the Corunum Soup Kitchen. She enjoys doing outdoor activities, completing puzzles, coloring, hanging out with friends, and playing with her dogs. Her favorite subject is science, and she looks forward to becoming a wildlife biologist or an environmental scientist. “I have gained friendships and fond memories on the soccer field and ski hill. I will always appreciate the support I received from my teachers all my four years of high school.”