NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. - Whitinsville Christian High School seniors Andrew Cozzens,
Ana Fomin, and Robert Vigeant were named Commended Students in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Competition, Principal Chris Vander Baan announced.
They join 34,000 top scorers nationwide to receive this distinction based on their performance on the 2011 PSAT.
Although Commended Students do not continue in the scholarship competition, they nonetheless place among the top five percent of scorers.
The son of James and Linda Cozzens of Hopkinton, Andrew is a member of the National
Honor Society and has been a key participant in the school’s FIRST Robotics Team since his freshman year.
Ana, a cellist in the high school and chamber orchestras, also participates in choir and drama, and is a National Honor Society member. She is the daughter of Flavio and Sylvia Fomin of Whitinsville.
Robert, also a member of National Honor Society, participates in the school’s SEEDS Environmental Club and the Tech Recycling team. His parents are Richar and Christine Vigeant of Uxbridge.
For more information about Whitinsville Christian School contact Admissions Coordinator Dennis Epplett at email@example.com or 508-234-8211 ext. 50.
Located in the town of Northbridge, Whitinsville Christian School is a private academic institution with 530 students currently enrolled in grades preK-12. Established in 1928, WCS is the oldest fully accredited Christian school in New England, drawing students from 43 communities and 79 churches in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. across the grades.
The mission of Whitinsville Christian High School is to foster the academic, spiritual, personal, social and physical development of students from Christian families for effective service to the Lord.