Mt. Hope High School Class of 2013 top10 students

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Each year, Mt. Hope High School recognizes the top 10 students based on their academic achievement for the school year. This year, according to assistant vice principal, Jennifer Copeland, there was a change in policy that senior rank will now be calculated once all grades and exams are entered.

“In the past,” Ms. Copeland said via e-mail, “the top 10 was calculated at the end of the first semester.   We feel that the new policy ensures the greatest accuracy. The top ten is truly the top ten.”

The following students were announced as the top 10 academic achievers for the graduating class of 2013.

1. Vivian Ramos

Parents: William and Elise Ramos

Intended college: Brown University

Major: Math

2. Elysha Grant

Parents: Craig Grant and Maryanne Donato

Intended college: Rhode Island College

Major: Nursing

3. Alexis Fowler

Parents: Greg and Kathy Fowler

Intended college: Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Major: Graphic Design

4. Danielle Gonsalves

Parents: Joe and Christine Gonsalves

Intended college: University of Rhode Island

Major: Computer Engineering

5. Hannah Lytle

Parents: Joseph and Mary Lytle

Intended college: Wheaton College

Major: Undecided

6. Eric Pattie

Parents: Scott and Melissa Pattie

Intended college: University of Rhode Island

Major: Pharmacy

7. Emily Hamel

Parents: Mark and Lois Hamel

Intended college: University of Vermont

Major: Wildlife and Fisheries Biology

8. Kelsey Tatum

Parents: Marty and Melissa Tatum

Intended college: University of Rhode Island

Major: Molecular Genetics

9. Cassidy Cabral

Parents: Henry and Kendra Cabral

Intended college: University of Rhode Island

Major: Speech Pathology

10. Andrea Pereira

Parents: Manny and Lori Pereira

Intended college: Roger Williams University

Major: Architecture

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