Sumner Memorial High School has announced it's honor parts for the Class of 2015. The Class of 2015 will be graduating on Thursday, June 11th at 7 PM. Congratulations to the Class of 2015 and their friends and family!

The valedictorian for the Class of 2015 is Chelsea Elizabeth Alley. Chelsea is the daughter of Jeffrey & Angela Alley of Winter Harbor.  She has participated in cross-country along with indoor and outdoor track.  Chelsea has participated in our Pathways program taking college classes and creating her own project-based learning opportunities. She is a member of the National Honor Society. The school and community has enjoyed watching her musical and theatrical talents in Show Choir and numerous school plays and musicals. Chelsea has been accepted at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.

The salutatorian for the Class of 2015 is Heather Lianne Havey.  Heather is the daughter of Wayne & Julie Havey of Franklin.  Heather has participated in volleyball and is a member of the National Honor Society. Heather has organized and led a storytime at the Franklin Library for 3-9 year olds totaling more than 86 hours of community service time. She has been a class officer – serving as class treasurer for three years.  She has been a go- getter for her class and the school as she served on the Student Voice group. Heather has been accepted at the University of Maine.

2nd honor essayist  is Sean Donnelly  Keenan. Sean is the son of John Keenan of Sullivan and the late Mary Keenan. He is an excellent musician and a tenacious competitor during the Mock Trial events.  He loves the art of debate and used those skills brilliantly during Mock Trial competitions.  He also earned a perfect SAT score in reading and a perfect reading score on the ACT. Sean has been accepted at Champlain College.

Co-2nd honor essayist is Seamus Russet.  Son of Curtis Russet of Steuben and Beth Russet of Milbridge. Seamus has participated in golf, track and tennis. He has also been a member of Show Choir and belongs to the National Honor Society.  Seamus has been very involved with the Pathways Program and has taken advantage of many educational opportunities availed to him.  He has extensive training in search and rescue and has assisted Acadia National Park and the Maine Warden Service. He has been accepted at Temple University, but has opted to attend the National Outdoor Leadership School for more rescue training and experience.

3rd in her class and first honor essayist  is Maria Elizabeth Cormier. Maria is the daughter of James & Kerri Cormier of Sullivan.  Maria has participated in volleyball and is a National Honor Society member.  She has donated many volunteer hours to the Franklin Library especially in the area of children’s events. She has worked tirelessly for the good of her class and school serving with the Student Voice group. Teachers describe Maria as kind, caring and involved. She has been accepted at the University of Maine