CELINA BOVE Class of ‘17
Celina is being recognized for her excellence in academics, leadership, and service. Celina is a member of the National Honor Society and Century Club and has dedicated herself to scholarship throughout her time at RMHS, placing her in the top 15% of her class. She has exemplified leadership and responsibility as a four year class officer, and has served as vice president of the class of 2017 for the past two years. Celina has been exceptional in this role, helping to make important and exciting school events like the prom and this year’s inaugural powder puff under the lights, go smoothly. She and fellow senior classmate, Lauren Blasi spent countless hours organizing this fun event, and also helped to obtain hundreds of donations for local people in need. Additionally, Celina helped spearhead a new initiative called “Belle of the Ball”, which helps to obtain dresses for underprivileged teens to attend their proms. Outside of school, Celina volunteers her time at Winchester Hospital, where she helps transports patients and completes other important tasks to help support the medical staff. Celina plans on attending college next fall and will be pursuing a career as a nurse practitioner with a focus in dermatology. Congratulations, Celina!
BEN COOPER Class of ‘17
Ben is being recognized for excellence in academics, activities, and service. Ben has worked diligently in his classes at RMHS, placing him in the top 20% of the class of 2017 and earning him Century Club recognition. He has accomplished significant achievement in the rigorous curriculum of AP computer science, where he has further developed his passion for programming and computer science. Beyond the classroom, Ben has excelled in his work with the robotics team, “The Robockets”, where he has dedicated countless hours over the past four years, helping to make this team a huge success on many levels. Ben has been a member of the business team in his work with “The Robockets”, helping them to win the best all around, “Chairman’s Award” at last year’s district robotics competition here at RMHS. Ben also finds time to contribute beyond the walls of RMHS, as he volunteers as a coach of the Lego League at Barrows Elementary School, where he helps elementary age children learn how to computer code. Thanks to Ben’s guidance and mentoring, these young developing computer programmers are sure to continue the robotics team’s great success for years to come! Next year, Ben will be taking his talents to Champlain College in Vermont, where he will be pursuing a degree in computer game programming.