Ian Metcalfe, son of Mark and Katherine Metcalfe, has been named the valedictorian for the Marion Senior High Class of 2012.



Nathan Holahan, son of Timothy and Annette Holahan, has been named the salutatorian of the Class of 2012 at Marion Jr.-Sr. High School. 

 

Ian Metcalfe, son of Mark and Katherine Metcalfe, has been named the valedictorian for the Marion Senior High Class of 2012.  

Ian has earned this distinction by accumulating an overall academic average of 99.681 percent. In addition to completing his four years of high school with the top average in a class of 72 students, Ian is an extremely active school citizen. He is a selected member of the National Honor Society and is the President of NHS this year.  He has also been a member of the musical stage crew for the last three years.  

Ian has been a member of the varsity soccer team all four years of his high school career and has participated in the Empire United Soccer Academy, the Doug Miller Soccer Club, Marion’s summer traveling soccer program and has volunteered as a soccer coach. Ian has been recognized academically by the American Chemical Society, the Clarkson University Leadership Award and as a Finger Lakes Scholar.  

This year Ian is enrolled in the challenging New Visions Medical program and plans to continue his education at Hamilton College majoring in pre-med.

Nathan Holahan, son of Timothy and Annette Holahan, has been named the salutatorian of the Class of 2012 at Marion Jr.-Sr. High School.  

Nate has earned this honor by accumulating an overall academic average of 99.292 percent over four years of study. Nate is a selected member of the National Honor Society, a member of marching band and jazz ensemble and has also been a member of the stage crew for the annual musical for the last four years.  

Nate has participated in varsity sports; soccer, basketball and baseball, every season all throughout his high school career.  He also participates in Marion’s summer traveling soccer and the Red Caps marching band. Nate was awarded academic achievements by the American Chemical Society, the University of Rochester’s Bausch & Lomb Science Award and recognition as a Finger Lakes Scholar. Nate also finds time to work.  

His plans for the fall are to attend the Binghamton University in their highly competitive Business Management and Finance program.

Congratulations to both students for a job well done.  They are a testament to dedication and hard work.