DIGHTON – The following students are graduating from Bristol County Agricultural High School at the academic top of the senior class.

1. Noah Hanson

The valedictorian, from Rochester, is the son of Sandy and Sara Hanson. He is a student trustee at Bristol County Agricultural High School, class president, treasurer of the National Honors Society and was a member of the High Five Club. He captained the men’s soccer and basketball teams and was a Mayflower League All-Star in both sports. He was also named MAVA’s Outstanding Professional Technical Student this year. Additionally, he volunteered his time to help and mentor other students during the after-school program and was a mentor for a summer survival camp program for young children. Noah was in the Natural Resource Management program while here at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Noah plans to attend the University of New Hampshire in the fall to major in wildlife and conservation biology, where he hopes to continue his research on microplastics.

Kaeden Dacruz

2. Kaeden Dacruz

The Salutatorian, from South Dartmouth, is the son of Amanda Creador and her husband Joseph Creador. Kaeden was in the Landscape Design and Contracting program while here at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Kaeden was an honors student and is proud of his academic achievements. Kaeden plans to attend the New York Institute of Technology in the fall to major in computer engineering.

Keely Zuber

3. Keely Zuber

Zuber, from Freetown, is the daughter of Karen Zuber. She is vice president of the National Honors Society, senior class officer, and member of the poetry club. Keely has also volunteered her time to assist students in all college courses as well as after school arboriculture studies. Keely was in the arboriculture program at Bristol County Agricultural Secondary School. Keely plans to attend Paul Smith’s College in the fall to major in Arbor and Landscape Management.

Maisie Cunningham

4. Maisie Cunningham

Cunningham, of Middleboro, is the daughter of Erin and Warren Cunningham. Maisie has played both football and basketball her entire career at Bristol County Agricultural High School and is an animal lover. Maisie was in the small animal science program at Bristol County Agricultural Secondary School. Maisie will attend Mercy College in New York in the fall to major in veterinary technology in hopes of becoming a wildlife veterinarian.

Alyssa Jaglowski

5. Alyssa Jaglowski

Jaglowski, from Swansea, is the daughter of Kathleen and Adam Jaglowski. Alyssa competed in both volleyball and softball. She is a varsity softball captain, a student member of the Animal Science Advisory Council, and a member of the National Honor Society. Alyssa was in the small animal science program while here at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Alyssa will attend SUNY Cobleskill in New York in the fall to major in Beef and Livestock Studies.

Mia Oliveira

6. Mia Oliveira

Oliveira, of Acushnet, is the daughter of Tara and Andrew Oliveira. Mia was a class secretary for three years and attended the 92nd FFA National Convention in 2019. Mia was in the Large Animal Science program while here at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Mia will attend the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth in the fall to major in crime and justice through Honors College.

Althea Vedro

7. Althea Vedro

Vedro, of Swansea, is the daughter of Amy and Christopher Vedro. Althea has been an active student council member, serving as treasurer and vice president. Althea was in the large animal science program while here at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Althea will attend the University of New Hampshire in the fall to major in dairy management.

Juliana Award

8. Juliana Prize

Price, of Taunton, is the daughter of Mary and John Price. Juliana has been vice president of the senior class, secretary of the National Honors Society, student council member, and captain of the varsity softball team for two years. Juliana was in the large animal science program while here at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Juliana will be attending Regis College in the fall to specialize in diagnostic medical sonography.

Eavan Doyon

9. Eavan Doyon

Doyon, of Dartmouth, is the daughter of Stacy and Kurt Doyon. Eavan hopes to be an illustrator and continues to learn about the art world. Eavan was in the floriculture program while here at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Eavan plans to take a year off and then hopes to head off to college to pursue an art degree.

Ella Olmez

10. Ella Olmez

Olmez, of North Attleboro, is the daughter of Justine and Inal Olmez. Ella earned honors for three years, including two with high honors, and maintained her seniority for four years. Ella was in the small animal science program while here at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Ella plans to attend Bridgewater State University in the fall in hopes of later studying abroad.