Lyons High School recently named Hannah Cook as valedictorian and Nicholas Kehoe as salutatorian for the Class of 2017.
Cook studied college courses in precalculus, calculus, U.S. history, government, economics, English, biology, Spanish, forensic chemistry, photography and physical education/health while attending LHS. She will earn a regents diploma with advanced designation with honors plus annotation of mastery in math and science at graduation.
She participated in student government, Lyons Honor Society, Masterminds, school musicals, Library Club, Jazz Band, soccer, softball and track. Her awards include the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award, Bausch and Lomb Award and Finger Lakes Scholars Award.
Cooks plans to attend University of Rochester to major in biochemistry. She is the daughter of Matthew and Anne Cook, of Lyons.
Kehoe studied college courses in English, U.S. History, government and economics, health, Spanish, precalculus and calculus while attending LHS. He will earn a regents diploma with advanced designation with honors plus annotation of mastery in math and science at graduation.
He participated in the New Visions medical program, which offers an intensive clinical shadowing experience at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital. His school activities included tennis, basketball, football, Lyons Honor Society, Varsity Club and National Technical Honor Society while also serving as flag bearer and being active in his church.
Kehoe’s awards include American Chemistry Society’s Excellence in Chemistry Award, first team all-league football and the Finger Lakes Scholar Award. He plans to attend D’Youville College to study biology. He is the son of John and Pamela Kehoe, of Lyons.
The Class of 2017 will graduate June 23 at Lyons High School.