GHS recognizes Academic Excellence

Friday the 13th may be considered unlucky by many, but for dozens of Gloversville High School students it was the exact opposite. Nearly 80 students received recognition for outstanding achievement during an Academic Excellence Awards Assembly on Friday, Oct. 13 in the school auditorium.

Friday’s ceremony recognized sophomores, juniors and seniors who achieved a grade-point average of 90 or better during the prior school year. Before an audience of their peers, 78 students were all called on stage and presented academic letters and pins, as well as personal congratulations from High School Principal Dr. Richard DeMallie.

Congratulations to the following students:


Marawan Abbas, Brianna Adams, Elizabeth Ashe, Alexandria Benfatti, Destin Brooker, Maria Danise, Aaron Dona, Hayleigh Durfee, Devina Eberts, Kristina Fosmire, William (Buck) Galster, Alena Gannon, Sierra Hayes, Alyssa Henley, Gabrielle Langley, Jared Malagisi, Rebecca McCall, Trevor Mee, Michelle Millett, Tristana Quinones, Amber Rafferty, Jenna Salvagni, Zoe Spagna-Santo, Reanna Stewart, Gabrielle Strait, Nathan Thompson, Jennifer Vickery


Sebah Alak, Samantha Antipuesto, Evan Barker, Noah Batease, Kayla Blanton, Samantha Blowers, Ashley Bundy, Matthew Butkevitch, Jenna Carbone, Paul-John Clet, Nikeanna Coger, Libby Cook, Autumn Hardman, Kaylee Hotaling, Ryan Issa, Nina Lomanto, Asher Lopresti, Jaylan Mickus, Emily Montana, Moira Munn, Austin Oare, Kadin O’Shaughnessy, Harmony Philo, Skyler Reed, Maya Rivera, Sierra Roy, Nalysia Santiago, Emily Seyfried, Ryan Smith, Andre Storto, Micheala Tucker, Chloe VanHoesen, Nicholas Vincent, Bryanna Whitman, Isabelle Willis


Anthony Albanese, Rileigh Baldwin, Skylar Brockhum, Nature Conyne, Luciano Demaio, Kristin Farley, Ethan Gallup, Samuel Getman, Madison Hickok, Darren Jiang, Madeleine Jones, Lyla Kelly, Alissa Mangiaracina, Benjamin Smouse, Jacob Sweeney, Fancheng Yu

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