Top High School Students to be Honored at Chamber Dinner

Top students from Pingree School and Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School will be honored at a dinner hosted by the North Shore Chamber of Commerce in May.

Ten seniors at  and four from will be recognized by the North Shore Chamber of Commerce at a dinner event in early May.

The students will be honored in front of their parents and North Shore business leaders at the Honor Scholars Recognition Dinner on May 8 at .

The Regional and Pingree students are some of the top 5 percent – a total of about 300 – from 33 public, private and parochial high schools on the North Shore. The students from HWRHS are Christopher Anderson, Jane Bailey Grinnell, Melissa Bain, Rachel Landis, Keira McGrath, Rebecca Murray, Anna Roberts, Stuart Rowe, Stephen Tam and Camilla Worsfold.

The four students from Pingree School that will be honored are Olivia Miller, Bianca Capone, Marykate Surette and Samuel Garcia.

In addition, several students who live in Hamilton and Wenham but attend school out of town will be honored. That includes Abby Curran from Hamilton, who attends ; Sean Reid from Wenham, who attends ; Moriah Gross from Hamilton who attends and Andrew Gauthier and Deklan Robinson, both from Hamilton, who attend .

“The future of the North Shore demands a strong workforce with skilled and educated business leaders to be able to innovate and prosper,” the Chamber of Commerce said in its announcement of the award recipients. “These Honor Scholars will be our future leaders.”

The keynote speaker at the event will be Montserrat College of Art President Stephen D. Immerman. Before coming to Montserrat in November 2009, Immerman spent most of his career at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

There are many photos of these students attached to this story from the past two years - in action in athletic and academic competition as well as before prom.

This article has been updated to include students who live in Hamilton and Wenham but who attend a private school in another town.


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