Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School has chosen the valedictorian and salutatorian for the 2019-2020 school year: Hannah Davis and Emily Foley. Both have demonstrated scholastic excellence and exceptional character this school year, representing Tri-County’s core values to work hard and strive for vocational, academic, and personal growth.
Emily Foley, of North Attleboro, has been named salutatorian for her strong academic performance and participation in extracurricular activities. Her current GPA is 4.36, taking multiple AP courses and studying engineering technology.
In her freshman year of high school, she achieved high honors from Tri-County, as well as recognition in the Continental Mathematics League. She was also named to high honors as a sophomore, was published in a statewide secondary school arts publication, The Marble Collection, and received the school’s Cougar Culture Award. She was recognized as an honors student as a junior. She is a member of the Women of Science Club and the Math Team.
Additionally, Foley was a member of the varsity soccer team and was named a two-time All-Star, and captain of the conference and state championship team her junior year. She is a member of the Track and Field and was named Distance Runner of the Year her freshman year. Foley is also the student representative on the School Committee at Tri-County.
Franklin resident Hannah Davis has been named valedictorian, finishing the year with a 4.50 GPA in her engineering technology program and in her Spanish 101 and 102 Dual Enrollment Courses.
Davis was recognized as High Honors her freshman, sophomore, and junior years and has received Biology, Chemistry, English, Business, and Cougar Culture Awards from Tri-County. In 2018, she joined the National Honor Society, and she currently leads the club as Vice President. She is a varsity cross country captain and a member of the varsity basketball and track and field teams.
Additionally, she is on the FIRST Robotics Team for which she won and TriForce 3236 Safety Award and was a finalist in the WPI District Competition in 2018. In 2019, she placed second in the Voice of Democracy Speech/Essay Contest.
Davis is an active member of the technical and career student organization, SkillsUSA, and won bronze in the State Leadership Competition in Exploratory Demonstration in 2016 and gold in the State Leadership Competition in Additive Manufacturing in 2017 and 2018. She participated in the National Leadership Competition in 2018 and placed 6th in Additive Manufacturing.
Tri-County wishes to congratulate Emily and Hannah for all of their hard work and tremendous academic success.