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Top 11 Students of the William Floyd High School Class of 2014

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William Floyd High School Principal Barbara Butler recently conferred the Principal’s Award upon the top 11 students from this year’s graduating class – a fine ...

Mastic Beach, NY, June 16, 2014 –William Floyd High School Principal Barbara Butler recently conferred the Principal’s Award upon the top 11 students from this year’s graduating class – a fine group of students planning to attend college next fall with varying majors including biology, biomedical engineering, business, molecular biology, music performance, nursing, political science/economics and physics. Congratulations to the top 11 and the entire Class of 2014!

William Floyd High School Class of 2014 Principal’s Award Recipients
(listed below in order of ranking from 1-11)

  • Valedictorian: Mallory Nargi, University of Pennsylvania, nursing
  • Salutatorian: Emily LaSpisa, Cornell University, biology
  • Lani Chau, Adelphi University, undecided major
  • Iris Santos, St. Joseph’s College, undecided major
  • Ron Ko****a, revealing his college on graduation day, physics (honors program)
  • Brian Samuelson, State University of New York at Oneonta, biology 
  • Kwasi Enin, Yale University, molecular biology
  • Marlene Rodriguez, Adelphi University, business
  • Katerina Grein, State University of New York at Fredonia, music performance
  • Vincent Kappel, Fordham University, political science and economics
  • Samantha DeStefano, Stony Brook University, biomedical engineering

Pictured with Principal Butler are (L-R): Ron Ko****a, Emily LaSpisa, Katerina Grein, Lani Chau, Vincent Kappel, Mallory Nargi, Marlene Rodriguez, Kwasi Enin, Iris Santos, Samantha DeStefano and Brian Samuelson.

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