Marion Junior-Senior High School recently named Maddison Moore as valedictorian and Nolberto Jaramillo Jr. as salutatorian for its Class of 2017.
Moore, the daughter of Steven and Lisa Moore, accumulated an overall average of 100.5. She completed her four years of high school with the top average in a class of 46 students.
She is a member of National Honor Society, Select Choir, Show Choir and Marching Band. She was selected for All-county Choir for three years, Area All-state Choir in 2017 and held lead roles in Marion’s annual musical, most recently as Dolly Levi in “Hello, Dolly!” Moore has participated in soccer and softball since ninth grade.
Moore’s academic recognitions include the Rochester Institute of Technology Innovation and Creativity Scholarship Award, the Elmira Key Scholarship Award, the American Chemical Society Recognition Award and the Daughters of the American Revolution Citizenship Award.
Moore plans to attend SUNY Geneseo in the fall to study early childhood education.
Jaramillo, the son of Nolberto and Rosario Jaramillo, accumulated an overall academic average of 97.9.
He is a member of NHS, Marching Band, Jazz Band and Student Council. He regularly volunteers at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital and is a part of the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute.
Jaramillo’s academic recognitions include University of Rochester Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Scholarship Award, the Elmira Key Scholarship Award, the RIT Innovation and Creativity Scholarship Award and the American Chemical Society Recognition Award. He was selected to be a boy’s state delegate.
Jaramillo plans to attend SUNY Geneseo in the fall to study biology, He was admitted into the 3/4 Osteopathic Medicine program with New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, allowing him to earn a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree in seven years.