Each year, the top 25 percent of graduating students from Massachusetts high schools can attend state colleges and universities without paying tuition if they meet certain requirements. This year, Nashoba Tech’s top 25 percent have all met those requirements.
Forty-four Nashoba Tech students from the Class of 2015 have qualified to receive the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship.
The scholarship provides free undergraduate tuition to state colleges and universities for eight semesters for high school graduates who finish within the top 25 percent of their graduating class and score in the “Advanced” category in either the Mathematics or English Language Arts portions of the 10th grade MCAS test.
Scholarship recipients also must be Massachusetts residents, be accepted to and enroll in a Massachusetts state college or university, and apply for FAFSA.
Westford residents Dale Flamburis and Thomas Greenwood were among the recipients.
Other recipients include Shane Purgus (Chelmsford), Kayla Johnson (Townsend), Ryan Cooper (Shirley), Julian Morgan (Ayer), Diedrick Warrington (Pepperell), Jon Chevrette (Townsend), Amber Uzzell (Chelmsford) , Bradley Logan (Ayer), Curtis Tippett (Ayer), Lauren Kelley (Chelmsford), Derek Decesare (Shirley), Ryan Belanger (Chelmsford), Alexander Gianakos (Shirley), Nicholas Johansen (Townsend), Samantha Nigro (Chelmsford), Michael Geoffroy (Chelmsford), Meghan Donovan (Pepperell), Sariah Willard (Pepperell, Michaela Flanagan (Chelmsford), Brianna White (Shirley), Dominic Sears (Pepperell), Matthew Donahue (Townsend), Christina Perini (Harvard), Bilal Sayed (Methuen), Kenneth Howell (Shirley), Kalee Chapman (Townsend), Wilbannelys Ramos (Lowell), Gabriel Carvalho (Lowell) and Bradley Gilbert (Pepperell(,Lexis Bushnoe (Townsend), Steven Collins (Pepperell), Darren Gentile (Groton), Shannon Harrison-Fisher (Pepperell), Kevin Lewis (Ayer), Kendra Malone (Chelmsford), Jared Paiva (Townsend), Julianna Poutry (Ayer), Jake Powers (Chelmsford), Dochug Thoummavong (Shirley), Jakob Vandal (Shirley), Daniel Whiting (Chelmsford) and Zachary Whittemore (Townsend).