Sarah Santangelo, Class of 2018
Sarah is being recognized for her excellence in academics, athletics, and service. Academically, Sarah is in the top 20% of the senior class and has challenged herself this year by taking Honors classes and AP Statistics. She particularly enjoys her business classes—especially Honors Accounting –and is looking forward to a career in business. Sarah has been a High Honors student and was recognized as a Century Club inductee last year. Athletically, Sarah has been a four-year member of the Varsity Cheerleading Team and is one of this year’s captains. Recently, she led the Rocket Cheerleaders to their third straight Middlesex League Title and is very proud to have been a part of such an accomplished group! Sarah also joined her teammates this season to provide cheering instruction to Pop Warner cheerleaders ages 7-11, where they held a stunting clinic for these aspiring Rockets. In addition, Sarah has been an active member in the Leo Club for the past two years, where she takes part in various types of volunteerism including: providing day care during parent teacher conferences and assisting with the craft fair at a holiday party in an elementary school. Next year, Sarah hopes to attend Bentley College where she plans on pursuing a major in finance. Congratulations, Sarah!
Roberto Jarrin, Class of 2018
Roberto is being recognized for his excellence in academics, activities, and service. Academically, Roberto is in the top 5% of the Class of 2018 and is a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society. He has earned High Honors throughout his time at RMHS and continues to challenge himself by taking AP Physics, AP Statistics, AP Calculus BC, and AP Spanish. Roberto was also a member of the Century Club during both his sophomore and junior years. In terms of activities, he is co-president of the RMHS Chess Club and is also a member of the newly created Politics Club. Athletically, Roberto was a member of the Boys Outdoor Track Team for the past 3 years. In terms of service, Roberto has contributed his time, guidance, and enthusiasm to the accomplished Coolidge Middle School Science Olympiad Team, assisting kids in the preparation for their various science competitions throughout the year. Additionally, Roberto volunteers his time at the Reading YMCA, providing swimming instruction to children with disabilities. Next year, Roberto is looking forward to attending college and plans to pursue a career in Engineering—most likely Chemical Engineering.