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Top 10 Students Announced for the William Floyd Class of 2018

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This year’s Principal’s Award list features an all-female top 10 for the first time in district history.

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The top 10 students of the William Floyd High School Class of 2018 are pictured with WFHS Principal Philip Scotto.

Photo by: William Floyd School District

Mastic Beach, NY - May 11, 2018 - William Floyd High School Principal Philip Scotto recently conferred the Principal’s Award to the top 10 students in the upcoming class of 2018. This year’s Principal’s Award list features an all-female top 10 for the first time in district history. The students, a talented, motivated, intelligent, hardworking group of young ladies, have committed to attend college in the fall to study a variety of topics including accounting, biology, biomedical engineering, child study, English, forensic science, neuroscience, neuroscience and behavior, nursing, and public policy/political science. Congratulations to these 10 individuals on their accomplishments as well as to all members of the Class of 2018!
 
William Floyd High School Class of 2018 Principal’s Award Recipients 
 
  • Valedictorian: Asma Asghar, Barnard College, neuroscience
  • Salutatorian: Michelle Lara, Harvard University, biology
Additional Principal’s Award recipients are (listed alphabetically):
 
  • Kellin Amaya, St. Joseph’s College, child study
  • Courtney Cronin, SUNY Alfred State, forensic science
  • Sofia Galvez, Marist College, accounting
  • Julia Goodwin, Stony Brook University, English
  • Ferjana Jahan, Stony Brook University, public policy and political science
  • Sandra Vivar Marin, St. Joseph’s College, nursing
  • Khadija Saad, Stony Brook University, biomedical engineering
  • Nia Smith, Vassar College, neuroscience and behavior