BUCKSPORT — Bucksport High School recently announced the honor parts recipients for the Class of 2021. Principal Josh Tripp said graduation will be held on June 11. Details are still being arranged.
Addie Morrison, daughter of Matthew and Emily Morrison of Orland, is the class valedictorian. Morrison plans on attending Middlebury College in the fall, where she will major in neuroscience. Morrison has demonstrated her academic excellence by earning the following awards: PVC All-Academic Award for soccer and track, the George Eastman Young Leaders Award, Dartmouth College Book Award, Student of the Month, the MPA Principal’s Award and Outstanding Achievement in German, anatomy and physiology and A.P. English literature and composition. Morrison also attended the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Foundation Conference. Her extracurricular activities include indoor and outdoor track, varsity girls’ soccer, National Honor Society, Outing Club and band.
Sara Boss, daughter of Peter and Karin Boss of Bucksport, is the class salutatorian. Boss plans on attending Maine Maritime Academy in the fall, where she will major in international business and logistics. Boss has demonstrated her academic excellence by earning the following awards: Bausch & Lomb Science Award, Student of the Month, Highest GPA awards and Academic Excellence awards. Her high school activities include unified basketball, varsity girls’ basketball, outdoor track, Math Team and National Honor Society.
Madison Frazier, daughter of Shaun and Kim Frazier of Bucksport, is first honor essayist. Frazier plans on attending the University of Maine at Augusta, where she will major in dental hygiene. Frazier has demonstrated her excellence by earning the following awards: Student of the Month, Perfect Attendance, Academic Excellence in Conceptual Physics, Modern U.S. History, Honors Lab Chemistry and Psychology. Frazier also earned the Penobscot Valley Athlete Award, Williams College Book Award and the Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award. Her high school activities include varsity girls’ soccer, varsity girls’ basketball, unified basketball, varsity girls’ softball, Math Team and National Honor Society.
Madison Carter, daughter of Christopher and Mary Ellen Carter of Bucksport, is second honors essayist. Carter plans on attending Eastern Maine Community College in the fall to major in liberal studies. She has demonstrated her academic excellence by earning the following awards: Highest GPA Award in math, Most Improved in A.P. English literature and composition, Outstanding Achievement in math and science. Carter’s high school activities include band, robotics, Writing Club, GSA, One Act, outdoor track, jazz band, cross-country and National Honor Society.