Madawaska graduates announce future plans
MADAWASKA, Maine — The Guidance Department at Madawaska High School has reported that 85 percent of the Class of 2021 plans on attending some form of post-secondary education following graduation.
According to Guidance Department statistics, 28 members of the 33 -student class have expressed a desire to further their education. Of the 28, 16 students have chosen a four-year program while the remaining 12 have opted for a vocational program of less than four years, a two-year college program or a certificate program.
Those presently planning further education are:
Baron, Kaleb, Northern Maine Community College, automotive technology.
Barwick, Myra, University of Maine at Fort Kent, nursing.
Bassett, Caleb, University of Maine at Orono, finance.
Bosse, Jillian, UMO, business management.
Boucher, Valerie, UMO, new media.
Corriveau, Maddix, UMFK, conservation law enforcement.
Corriveau, Morgan, UMFK, business management.
Cyr, Alexis, Husson University, psychology.
Cyr, Brooke, North Carolina State University, education.
Daigle. Jacob, NMCC, building construction technology.
Dionne, Evan, UMFK, undeclared.
Dionne, Noah, NMCC, network administration & cybersecurity.
Gendreau, Emily, UMFK, nursing.
Hebert, Dylan, Universal Technical Institute, automotives.
Hebert, Karissa, New England School of Communications, video production.
Lajoie, Jacob, UMO, chemical engineering.
Lausier, Robert, University of New England, pre-med.
Levesque, Valentina, University of Maine at Farmington, psychology.
McQuarrie, Nevaeh, University of Maine at Augusta, dental hygiene.
Minor, Roderick, Eastern Maine Community College, automotive technology.
Moore, Arianna, UMF, English.
Ouellette, Brittany, NMCC, early childhood education.
Pedersen, Ivy, Empire Beauty School cosmetology.
Pelletier, Emma, University of New England, pre-med.
Pelletier, Justin, UMO, chemical engineering.
Ringuette, Brandon, UMO, electrical engineering.
Simeone, Brenden, UMO, mechanical engineering.
Thibeault, Hannah, UMFK, behavioral science.