Nashoba Tech students who qualified for the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship

WESTFORD — Forty-eight seniors at Nashoba Valley Technical High School have qualified to receive the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship.

The scholarship provides free undergraduate tuition to state colleges and universities to students who score in the Advanced category in either the Mathematics or English Language Arts section of the 10th-grade MCAS test, and in the Proficient or Advanced category in the other section.

In addition, students must: have a combined MCAS score on those two assessments that ranks in the top 25 percent of their school district; be a permanent Massachusetts resident; be a United States citizen or eligible non-citizen; enroll in a postsecondary institution full time in the first traditional academic semester after high-school graduation; and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.

Following are the seniors who have qualified for the scholarship.

Ashby: Caileb Darling.

Ayer: Emily Collins, Kayne Kittrell.

Berlin: Sara DeVincent.

Billerica: Bayleigh Snook, Reilley Wheeler.

Chelmsford: Tyler Allen, Paul Baker, Justin DeBeaucourt, Anthony Ferron, Donald Fraser, Elliot Gale, Shea Kenny, Rhiannon McNulty, Emma Sa, Patrick Saber, Austin Stankiewicz, Max Stillwell, Kaleigh Walsh, Tyler Walsh, Danielle Watman.

Groton: Katarina Barden, Abigail Cronin.

Harvard: Brianna Schmoyer.

Littleton: Matthew Cartwright, Rachael Thompson.

Lowell: Patrick Duffy.

Pepperell: Joshua Antosh, Alexa Beaubien, Antonio Bettencourt, Calandra Boutin, Alyssa Mayer, Alexis Mickel, Robert Paris, Nathan Pentedemos, Ethan Reed, Madison Rose, Shane Yost.

Shirley: John Felix, Scott Hopkins.

Tewksbury: Cheyenne Fuchs.

Townsend: Jacob Crandlemere, Nathan Dorman, Jackson Garside, Mikayla Jones.

Westford: Amani Downs, Jackson Flamburis, Noah Goldbaum.