For graduating Ledyard High School senior James Tillman, the past four years have been filled with numerous accomplishments, and some challenges.
To say Mary Madaus is a well-rounded student who has flourished during her time at Williams School would be a vast understatement.
Hayden Leach has been a member of North Stonington’s Volunteer Fire Department since he was 16.
Nicole De La Cruz, 18, graduates later this month from the Science & Technology Magnet High School of Southeastern Connecticut in New London after mastering the English language and excelling in her school work.
Tenzin Dadon has tried to make her school, town and state a better place.
Grasso Tech graduate Sarah Cruz Velasquez, who loves animals and has a lot of compassion for them, plans to become a veterinarian.
Colby Balzer, who has filmed more than 100 athletes so far, hopes to one day work as a videographer for a professional team.
Olivia Monte made the most out of the COVID-19 pandemic, graduating early, completing five college courses and becoming an emergency medical technician.
After crossing countless finish lines as a track and field athlete at Saint Bernard, Jack Zachem crossed the final finish line of high school last week.
Mayson Murphy wants to become a band teacher and encourage others to never give up amid the challenges they may face.
Jack Lange can, and does, do it all.
Desiree Zaharie completed all the prerequisities to enter a nursing program in the fall, while balancing college coursework with gymnastics and dance.
Norwich Tech senior Kameron Kosma was one of about 70 high school seniors accepted in the Coast Guard Academy Scholars Program.
Class valedictorian Connie Pan held leadership roles as a student environmentalist, advocated for diversity in the school and wider community, won prestigious art awards at the state level, claimed one particularly improbable victory as a one-woman High School Bowl trivia team, and spent years as a competitive swimmer.
Guillem Colom of East Lyme has gotten involved with Special Olympics and created Kindness Week at his school, and he is going to Tufts to study political science.
Marie Toussaint plans to study sciences at UConn and hopes to become an OB-GYN physician.