WARRENSBURG - The top ten Seniors academically at Warrensburg High School have excelled not only in their studies, but in athletic and community service pursuits, while demonstrating leadership.
Principal Doug Duell said the faculty and staff were proud of this group of students as they move forward in their lives.
Cassondra Bruce, Class of 2010 Valedictorian, is the daughter of Io and Matthew Bruce of Warrensburg. Cassondra is a member of the Senior Band, Jazz Band, is vice president of the Junior State of America Debate Club and also vice president of the National Honor Society Cassondra is the co-editor of the school newspaper and she serves on the yearbook staff. Cassondra plans attend Elmira College in the fall and pursue pre-medical studies as a major.
Whitney Galusha, Class Salutatorian, is the daughter of Tina and Dan Galusha of Warrensburg. Whitney attended the New Visions Engineering program during her Senior year. She played Varsity Field Hockey, was the team captain and is a member of the National Senior Honor Society and the Vocational Technical Honor Society. Whitney will attend Roger Williams College in the fall to study Architecture.
Rachel Simkins, Honor Grad, is the daughter of Nancy and Jim Simkins of Warrensburg. Rachel has been a Field Hockey and Softball athlete. She is a member of the Senior Band and Chorus as well as Mastersingers. Rachel has participated in the school drama productions. She is a member of the Varsity Club and National Senior Honor Society. Rachel will attend SUNY Cortland where she will major in athletic training.
Christian Bruce is the son of Io and Matthew Bruce of Warrensburg. Christian is a member of the Senior Band and Jazz Band. He is the president of the Junior State of America Debate Club, and president of the National Senior Honor Society. Christian is the co-editor of the school newspaper and the business manager and layout editor for the school yearbook. Christian will attend Elmira College where he will study pre-law.
Laura Corriveau is the daughter of Beth and Jim Corriveau of Warrensburg. Laura has been in the Senior Chorus and Mastersingers. She has participated in the NYMSSA adjudications, CASMA music festivals was selected for area All-State Choir. Laura has had many lead roles is the school drama productions and is a member of the National Senior Honor Society. She will pursue a major in English Education and Theater Arts at Messiah College.
Ben Nicols is the son of Linda and Howard Nicols of Chestertown. Ben has played Football, Basketball and Baseball during his high school career. He is a member of Chorus, Mastersingers and has had major roles in the school drama productions. Ben will attend Skidmore College where he plans to study Philosophy.
Drew Lamy is the daughter of Sherri and Brett Lamy of Warrensburg. Drew has been the goalie for the Field Hockey team and was a team captain. She is a member of the National Senior Honor Society and is a group fitness instructor for the Les Mills organization. Drew will attend West Virginia University pursuing a degree in Exercise Physiology.
Jonathan Moon, son of Tammy and Clifton Moon of Athol, will attend SUNY Adirondack College in the fall to study Zoology. Jonathan plans to transfer to a university to study Wildlife Science.
Juliet Needham is the daughter of Heidi and Ronald Needham of Warrensburg. Juliet played Varsity Field Hockey and is a member of the Senior Band. She played at the CASMA music festivals, in All-County Band and participated in the NYMSSA adjudications. Juliet attended SUNY Adirondack College during her Senior year. She will attend North Carolina University at Wilmington in the fall pursuing a major in Political Science.
Abby Roth is the daughter of Bonni and Kevin Roth of Warrensburg. Abby is a three-season athlete in Field Hockey, Wrestling and Softball. She is a member of the Varsity Club and National Senior Honor Society. Abby has also been the stage manager for the school drama productions. She will attend Central Michigan on a Division I Field Hockey scholarship. Abby plans to study Criminal Justice.