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Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Thursday, June 8, 2017

 

The Board of Directors of the Carol Morgan School is proud to introduce this year’s valedictorian, Alex Vars McQuilling Cabral '17. Alex is an exceptional student and amazing individual. He has completed eleven Advanced Placement courses at The Carol Morgan School and has served as the Student Council President. As an artist, he has been a stalwart member of the award-winning CMS choir, and in 2016 his original poem received highest honors from the Scholastic Art & Writing Association. As an athlete, he has led the CMS basketball and volleyball teams through some of our most successful seasons in years, and he was recently honored with the CMS Athlete of the Year award. As a scholar he has four times completed a CMS course with a perfect 100% average, and was also recently commended by the College Board’s National Merit program. This fall, he will be attending the very prestigious Harvard University. Alex has a tremendous work ethic, a fecund mind, an unerring moral compass, and intrepid leadership skills. When Alex is around, other people feel compelled to be their best selves.

 

The Board of Directors of the Carol Morgan School is proud to introduce this year’s salutatorian. Nicolás Rodríguez '17 is an incredible young man. He has completed eleven Advanced Placement courses at The Carol Morgan School and he has been instrumental in Student Council and the National Honor Society. As a musician, he has become an anchor-member of our often recognized and celebrated music department. He has helped launch our Track Blazers Club, our Ultimate Disc Team, and our Literary Magazine “Think Stains.” He has spent countless hours volunteering with the Good Neighbors Program and at local orphanages. He was recently commended by the College Board’s National Merit program, and in the Fall he’ll be attending the prestigious Stanford University. All these things he does with a true sense of altruism, appreciation and aplomb, and perhaps most importantly -- he’s always smiling.