Principal Casey Handfield and members of the AHS faculty recognized members of the class of 2014. A recap of award recipients:
The Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award is chosen by the auburn faculty. This award is given to that student who has demonstrated qualities of dependability, service leadership and patriotism.
Mary Grace Judge
The Jewish War Veterans Award is presented to an individual who has promoted a genuine feeling of brotherhood and good will by using their own initiative, imagination and leadership.
Perfect attendance awards are presented to individuals who have not been absent or tardy from school during their senior year at auburn high school.
For his senior year: Michael Imse
The following individuals have not been absent of tardy from school during their four years at Auburn High School.
Merit Awards are given by the auburn faculty and scholarship committee to those students who have exemplified qualities of character and service during their 4 years at Auburn High School.
Mary Grace Judge
Guidance Achievement Awards:
Given by the guidance department and the scholarship committee to a student who has demonstrated exceptional academic improvement.
The Awards For Excellence
Are given to those students who have demonstrated achievement in a particular field of study.
Foreign Language – Ralph Leonard Award
Spanish – Jamie McNamara
French – Matthew Bissaillon
Massachusetts World Language Award
Spanish – Cassidy Mackintire
French – John “Jack” Leger
Math – John J. Phelan Award
Science – Gordon B. George Award
Health – Priscilla Harney Award
Social Science – Frances Hogan Award
We The People Award
Carl Renholm Jr. Memorial Scholarship
English – Isabelle M. Stead Award
National Honor Society Academian Award
The academician award honors a student from the national honor society who embodies the spirit of the Auburn High School mission statement: “A student who has taken responsibility for their own academic, personal, and social growth”. In addition to being a member of the National Honor Society, the student must be involved in art, music, or technology, and participate in a least one extra-curricular activity.
National Honor Society Scholarship
Judith M. Salce Memorial Gridiron Award
Telegram & Gazette Student Achievement
Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators’ Association Award
Each year an award is given to a member of the senior class in memory of David Kusy, a graduate of Auburn High School who was killed in Vietnam. The recipient of this award has contributed to the betterment of the school community and is highly regarded by his peers.
Class Valedictorian – Matthew Bissaillon
Class Salutatorian – Cassidy Mackintire