RMHS High Fives- Dunn & Bradford

LILY DUNN Class of ‘17

Lily Dunn is being recognized for her excellence in academics, activities, and service. Academically, Lily is in the top 10% of the senior class and is a member of the National Honor Society. Lily has further distinguished herself at school by being recognized as a member of the Century Club for two years and by earning High Honor status throughout her entire career at RMHS. Additionally, she is a 3-year member of the Spanish National Honor Society and earned a bronze medal last year on the National Spanish Exam. Lily’s favorite class at RMHS has been her rigorous and compelling class, “Honors Missing Voices”. Beyond the classroom, Lily has been a contributing writer for the school newspaper, the Orbit, and she has also contributed to the production of the RMHS yearbook. Further rounding out her co-curricular work, Lily has been a two-year member of the girls volleyball program and a member of the RMHS chapter of Habitat for Humanity, where this past summer, Lily joined other classmates from Habitat in a humanitarian trip to North Carolina to help build homes for low-income families in the Winston-Salem area. Lastly, Lily also finds time to teach CCD to 4th graders at St. Athanasius Church in Reading and works as a part-time office assistant at a local business. Next year, Lily will be attending college and will be majoring in business or communications. Congratulations, Lily!


Thomas Bradford is being recognized for his excellence in academics, activities, and service. Thomas is a member of the National Honor Society and is in the top 2% of the senior class. He is a 3-year member of the Century Club and was a National Merit Semi-Finalist as a result of his outstanding performance on the PSAT’s. Thomas’s favorite class during his time at RMHS has been Honors Film and Literature. In terms of activities this year, Thomas has been a section leader in our accomplished RMHS marching band where he plays the keyboard. Additionally, he is a member of the New Currency Club and the Playwriting Club, where he wrote a ten-minute play that was chosen to be performed by Boston University actors. Outside of school, Thomas has worked diligently to earn a black belt in Okinawan Karate and also provides instruction as an assistant teacher at a karate studio in Wilmington. In his free time, Thomas enjoys creative writing and musical composition and hopes to explore these interests further in college next year. In terms of service, Thomas went on a mission trip to Mexico a couple of years ago, helping an eye doctor in Tijuana to administer eye exams and to provide glasses for underprivileged families. Lastly, Thomas volunteers his time playing piano on the music team at the Hope Christian Church in Winchester. Next year, Thomas will be attending college and pursuing a degree in chemistry or chemical engineering, as well as a minor in music or writing. Congratulations, Thomas!

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