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TYNGSBORO — The Academy of Notre Dame recently awarded academic achievement certificates, service awards and scholarships to 124 freshmen, sophomores and juniors during the Academic Awards and Student Recognition Night at the high school.

Among the honorees were more than a dozen juniors and seniors who were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements, extracurricular involvement, and who exemplified the criteria of the individual scholarship or award:

* The Ann Boumila Memorial Scholarship — Samantha Onessimo of Methuen.

* The Brady Scholarship — Emily Masse of Dracut.

* The Sister Claire Burns, SND Scholarship — Leakana Ly of Lowell.

* The Donna Sullivan Dickey ’59 Memorial Scholarship — Kathleen Frisoli of Littleton.

* The Edward W. Leary Jr. Memorial Scholarship — Abigail Morelli of Pepperell.

* The Dorothy Allen Mawn Scholarship — Corinne Chinnici of Merrimack, N.H.

* The Sister Marie Paula McNiff SND Scholarship — Olivia Farina of Chelmsford and Maya Wilson of Tyngsboro.

* The Norton Family Leadership Scholarship — Emily Francis of Groton.

* The Julie Saunders Trull Class of 1929 Scholarship — Elizabeth Bennett of Lowell.

* The Karen Webster ’71 Memorial Scholarship – Sara McKearney of North Chelmsford.

The college book and recognition awards were given to members of the junior class who exemplify the criteria set forth by the college for a designee. They included:

* The Wheeling Jesuit University Book Award — Corrine Chinnici of Merrimack, N.H.

* The LeMoyne College Heights Award — Emily Masse of Dracut.

* The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rensselaer Medal — Emily Francis of Groton.

* Clarkson University Leadership Award — Abigail Morelli of Pepperell.

* Clarkson University Achievement Award — Madison Pacaro of Townsend.

* The Regis College Book Award — Kate Nielsen of Chelmsford.

* The Saint Michael’s Book Award — Morgan Engdahl of Chelmsford.

* The Elmira College Key Award — Katie Frisolli of Littleton.

* The Saint Anselm Book Award — Elizabeth Bennett of Lowell.

* The SAGE Colleges Award — Abigail French of New Boston, N.H.

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