SVHS graduates have college plans
The guidance department of Shepaug Valley High School in Washington has announced the future educational plans of members of the Class of 2011.
Eighty five percent of the class was accepted into post-secondary school programs.
Seventy-eight percent of the class will continue their education in post-secondary school programs.
Seventy-three percent will attend four-year programs.
Seven percent will participate in gap year programs.
The institutions to be attended:
Edward Anderson (University of Connecticut), Dillon Austin (Sacred Heart University), Richard Baron (Roger Williams University), Tarryn Bartkus (St. Michael's College), Claudia Bierce (East Carolina University), Daniel Bisignano (University of Connecticut), Lillian Bogue (Wheaton College), Brett Burmann (Salem State College) and Jordan Butler (State University of New York at Stony Brook).
Andrea Cassel (Western Connecticut State University), Gwendolyn Clair (University of Texas), Carl Cole Jr. (Paul Smith's College), Jessica Cook (Roger Williams University), Austin Coviello (Plymouth State University), Aimee Cowan (Villanova University), Paloma Criollo (Global College), Alana Crumrine (gap year) and Linden Crumrine (gap year).
Jamie Davenport (Alfred University), Matthew Dever (State University of New York at New Paltz), Aaron Dwyer (Western Connecticut State University), Kevin Engel (University of Connecticut - Hartford), Spencer Fappiano (gap year) and Patrick Firmender (Culinary Institute of America).
Rosemary F. Galinski (Pennsylvania State University), Aidan Galligan (Dartmouth College), Evan Garrity (Mitchell College), Adam Giess (Lincoln College of New England), Jacob Glaser (University of Southern Maine), Sarah Good (gap year), Matthew Griffith (Cornell University), Joseph Guliano (Trinity College), Gregory Harris (University of Connecticut), Kenneth Heyne (Art Institute of Chicago), Callie Huber (Berklee College of Music) and Eric Hungerford (Gettysburg College).
Sarah Irwin (Mount Ida College), Christian James (Post University), Elizabeth Kleisner (Johnson State College), Jaclyn Krukowski (West Virginia University), Colleen Lavaway (Western Connecticut State University), Alexis Lopriore (Syracuse University) and Ariana Lowe (Endicott College).
Donald Mackay (Plymouth State University), Kelsey Merrithew (Western Connecticut State University), Alexandra Moravsky (Franciscan University), James O'Donnell (Tufts University) and Everett O'Reilly-Narciso (The Cooper Union for Advancement of Science and Art).
Tyler Palmese (University of Connecticut), Alexandra Pepper (gap year), Lane Peterson (Unity College), Bruna Pires (Simmons College), Andrew Pullaro (Central Connecticut State University), Linnea Quist (Springfield College), Emily Raymond (Naugatuck Valley Community College), Mirriah Rebillard (Western Connecticut State University) and Ian Roulat (Florida Keys Community College).
Myles Sancious (Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences), Jeffrey Semenetz (Western Connecticut State University), William Steers V (Auburn University), Jesse Steinmetz (Hampshire College), Sarah Swanson (University of Delaware) and Cooper Swenson (State University of New York at Stony Brook).