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Charles County's best and brightest for 2007

The Class of 2007 valedictorians and salutatorians for the Charles County high schools have huge ambitions for their lives. These students could very well be some of the next leaders of America.  They could go on to make the next big medical breakthrough or achieve the American presidency.  They will be our doctors, engineers, educators and lawmakers. 

Although we aren't able to foretell exactly what their achievements will be, we know they will go on to change the lives of many people and communities. These students earned their honors through their exceptional grade point averages.  They represent the top academic achievers at each county high school.


 

Lackey High School

Kari Kathleen Cleland of Port Tobacco is the valedictorian. She plans to attend Austin Peay State University in Tennessee and major in pre-medicine.

The salutatorians are Catherine A. Twyman of White Plains and Brandon Bikowski of Waldorf. Twyman plans to attend Virginia Tech and major in mechanical engineering.  Bikowski is headed to Clemson University in South Carolina where he intends to major in microbiology.

   
 Cleland Twyman Bikowski

La Plata High School

The valedictorian is Kristi Preuss of La Plata. Preuss plans to attend Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and is exploring her options for a major.

La Plata’s salutatorian is Melissa Loeper.  She plans to major in engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York.

  
 PreussLoeper 

McDonough High School

Katherine Rice of La Plata is valedictorian for McDonough High School. Rice will attend Tufts University in Massachusetts and major in English.

Daniel Lubey of Waldorf is salutatorian for McDonough High School. Lubey plans to attend Pennsylvania State University and major in aerospace engineering.

  
 Rice Lubey

Thomas Stone High School

The valedictorian is Sarah Hutton of Waldorf.  Hutton plans to attend Temple University in Pennsylvania and major in public relations.

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