Southwick students recognized for academic excellence

Nicholas Spagnolo (left) was given the certificate for the $1,000 WPI scholarship by Superintendent Jennifer Willard. (Photo by Peter Currier)

SOUTHWICK- Students were recognized for academic excellence Dec. 10 during the Southwick-Tolland-Granville Regional School District School Committee meeting.

Superintendent Jennifer Willard presented Nicholas Spagnolo with a certificate for excelling academically and receiving national honors each year.

“He has been a member of the National Honors Society since his Junior year,” said Willard.

She also noted his time on the school’s golf team and as being a member of the math team. The math team attended the 32nd annual Worcester Polytechnic Institute Invitational Mathematics meet, during which Spagnolo was the top scorer, earning him a $1,000 scholarship to WPI.

Willard also recognized twins Alina and Anastasia Antropova who were both being recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program. 

“Both Alina and Anastasia received the National Merit Scholarship Program letter, commendation on outstanding performance on the preliminary SAT National Merit Scholarship qualifying test for 2018,” said Willard.

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