PITTSFIELD — Henry Duval, principal of Pittsfield High School, has announced that 63 seniors are among students statewide to receive the John and Abigail Adams Scholarship.
The scholarship is available to students whose MCAS performance puts them at the top 25 percent of their district. To be eligible, students must either score advanced on one exam and proficient on the other, or advanced on both the English and math exams.
The recipients follow:
Sherman Banker, Ethan Beach, Hannah Berkel, Isaac Boyd, Christopher Bradley, Brianna Breault-Clary, Brennah Brickle, Brian Brophy, Kendra Castagna, Grace Cella, Aiden Chalfonte, Jonathan Chambers, Katelynd Chambers, Ava Cherry, Abigail Cohan, Grace Cohan, Jaden Coscia, Brooke Cowlin, Joseph Cracolici, Trista Dearstyne, Katherine Dumigan, Meagan Ellis, Nathan Elzner, Collin Frinks, Jared Gomez, and Nicholas Grosz.
Also, Olivia Hartman, Alexander Hawkins, Cheyenne Hawkins, Grace Heimann, Crishian Herrera Pusquin, Samuel Higuera, Sophia Huber, Tyana Jacobs-Aloyo, Jacob Jamros, Shannon Kennedy, Seyvon Kouao, Olivia Kriedman-Hubbard, Chenyang Lin, Tess Lyon, Ethan Magner, Abigail Marsh, Joseph Martel, Carter Matthews, Aubree McClure, Cantor McKnight, Andrew Moore, Liam Nester.Matthew North, Jaedyn Pletzer, Hunter Potash, Madison Quinn, Thomas Rindfuss, Aryana Rock, Johan Serrano, Hali Sherman, Joseph Traversa, Elise Wellman, Jett Werhan, Gage Williams, and Karissa Yzerman-Gleason.
The Adams Scholarship provides a tuition waiver for up to eight semesters of undergraduate education at a Massachusetts state college or university.