Top four Fonda-Fultonville students
Massimo Di Caprio, the son of David and Michayla DiCaprio and has earned the No. 1 ranking in the class of 2019.
He is attending the New Visions Health Careers program. He is a member of the superintendent’s cabinet and Skype Club ambassador, captain of the varsity football and varsity baseball teams.
His awards include National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete, WAC and Class B winner of News Channel 13 Section 2 Basketball Scholar-Athlete, Doug Dickinson Memorial Award for Scholar-Athlete, 2018 NYSHSFCA Class C Scholar-Athlete of the year, National Academy of Future Physicians Medical Scientists Award of Excellence, Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award and CASDA student scholar.
DiCaprio will be attending The University of Notre Dame in the fall.
Taylor Etherton, the daughter of Jason and Meredith Etherton has earned the No. 2 ranking in the class of 2019. Etherton is the treasurer for National Honor Society, vice president of Student Government and secretary for the class of 2019.
Etherton participated in varsity volleyball and received awards for Most Improved and Coach’s award.
Etherton’s course load consists of the following College in the High School courses calculus, pre-calculus, Spanish IV and V, American history I and II, AP biology, English I as well as honors global history II and honors biology.
Etherton attends the New Visions Health Careers Program. She has been on principal’s list every quarter in high school, a scholar athlete, Brave Strong and received awards for highest cumulative average.
Etherton will be attending Stony Brook in the fall.
Katilyn Hall, the daughter of Kevin and Donna Hall, is ranked third in the class of 2019.
Her course loads included many college in the high school courses like calculus, English I and II, PIG, U.S. history I and II, pre-calculus, along with honors biology, honors global II and AP biology.
Hall is the secretary for National Honor Society, ambassador for the Skype Club and a member of both the concert band, wind ensemble groups and All County Music.
Her awards include highest CHS pre-calculus average, highest chemistry average as well as Braves Strong and principal’s list for all four of her high school years.
She has done community service work for Ayres Animal Shelter, summer youth program and Biddy Basketball.
Hall will be attending Oswego State University in the fall.
Ashley Eaves, the daughter of Chris and Darlene Eaves and is ranked fourth in the class.
Eaves participated in concert band, select chorus, wind ensemble, marching band, National Honor Society and Key Club. She has been selected for All County Chorus the past two years.
Eaves has chosen an aggressive course load by taking College in the High School courses CHS English, CHS statistics, CHS calculus, CHS participation in government, CHS pre-calculus, CHS Spanish IV and V and CHS American history.
Eaves has been on the principal’s list for every quarter of her high school years and a Student of Distinction several times.
Eaves will be attending The College of Saint Rose in the fall.