Salisbury Press

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PRESS PHOTO BY JIM MARSHSalisbury High School feted the top 10 graduating seniors who earned the highest grade-point averages and their parents, to a recognition breakfast in the school’s cafeteria May 23. The students are, front row, left to right: Emmy Cogill, Thomas Croft, Katherine Gilligan, Simon Katz and Michael Killiri; second row, left to right: Elena Lagunilla, Owen Mendes, Margaux PRESS PHOTO BY JIM MARSHSalisbury High School feted the top 10 graduating seniors who earned the highest grade-point averages and their parents, to a recognition breakfast in the school’s cafeteria May 23. The students are, front row, left to right: Emmy Cogill, Thomas Croft, Katherine Gilligan, Simon Katz and Michael Killiri; second row, left to right: Elena Lagunilla, Owen Mendes, Margaux

Top 10 students recognized

Wednesday, May 30, 2018 by jim marsh Special to The Press in School

The 10 Salisbury High School graduating seniors with the highest grade-point averages were recognized May 23 with a breakfast for the students and their parents in the school cafeteria.

The students, in alphabetical order, not class ranking, are:

•Emmy Cogill, who will be attending Kutztown University with a teaching major.

•Thomas Croft, who will attend Lehigh Carbon Community College as an engineering major.

•Katherine Gilligan, who will attend Penn State as a political science major.

•Simon Katz, who will attend Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., majoring in bio-medical engineering.

•Michael Killiri, who will attend Bucknell University majoring in engineering.

•Elena Lagunilla, who will attend Penn State and major in bio-medical engineering.

•Owen Mendes, who will attend Muhlenberg College as an English major.

•Margaux Petruska, who will attend Lehigh University majoring in global studies.

•Ruby Wiener, who will attend Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, majoring in biology.

•Mark Wilson, who will attend LaSalle University as an accounting major.