Tiverton High School

Abigail Dawn Forcier

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When the power of love is greater than the love of power, the world will know peace. - Jimi Hendrix

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Mac and CheesePizzaPastaOur DogsGreek MythologyMapsCoffee Chip Ice Cream KnittingPainting my nailsFlowers

Abigail Dawn Forcier is a 2020 graduate of Tiverton High School.

Recognitions: Class president, Honor Roll, National Honor Society, RI Honor Society, Team Captain, Top ten

Honors Rhode Island Civic Leadership Award, David N. Cicilline Congressional Leadership Award, Golden Sneaker Community Service Award, Tennis Division III First Team Top Player 2018 and 2019

Activities Student Council (treasurer sophomore year, president junior and senior year), Future Business Leaders of America, Spanish Club, Hiking Club, Cyber Patriot

Sports Girls Tennis (four years, captain junior and senior year), Softball (three years)

Top 10 list Mac and Cheese Pizza Pasta Our Dogs Greek Mythology Maps Coffee Chip Ice Cream Knitting Painting my nails Flowers

Favorites Mrs. Carreiro, AP Calculus Mrs. Verrastro, AP Statistics Mr. Colahan, AP Physics Mr. Teeter, AP US History

A story Abby’s first attempt at driving after earning her permit ended up with her almost side swiping a parked car and then almost hitting a moving one. Safe to say she did not drive anywhere near other cars for the next few months.

Highlights Playing varsity tennis all four years, making new friends and strengthening relationships with old ones, and never losing sight of my academic goals.

Jobs Waitress at Chad’s Chowderhouse

Etc Abby can not resist getting a cone of coffee chip ice cream at the Moose Cafe or a frozen lemonade at Dunkin whenever she can. Also, she loves knitting hats and scarves to sell on her soon-to-be Etsy shop!

Looking forward Attend the Ohio State University with a major in biochemistry on the pre-medicine track.

Most proud of Managing to keep my same group of friends since kindergarten. We have all taken the same classes and have all ended up in the top half of our class, and we have plans to stay close once we all go to college.

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