Forty-three Cape Cod Tech students awarded John & Abigail Adams Scholarships

Scholarship provides tuition waivers to state schools

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School this week released the names of forty-three students who were awarded John and Abigail Scholarships.

The scholarships provide a tuition waiver for up to eight semesters of undergraduate study at a Massachusetts state college or university, according to the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Scholarships do not cover room and board or fees. 

The recipients are:

Brianna Baker of Harwich, Caitlyn Crapo of Yarmouth, Devon Dubois of Brewster, Makenzie McDonald of Yarmouth, Rory Davis of Barnstable, Neal Ouellet of Mashpee, Mercedees Decker of Dennis, Mikaela Eldredge of Harwich, Phelix Estinvil of Dennis, Kiah Gomes of Barnstable, Connor Huck of Yarmouth, Julia Gray of Dennis, Jaclyn Hennessy of Mashpee, Allison Mullaney of Yarmouth, Austin Duty of Yarmouth, Wyatt Ellis of Barnstable, Michael Hinckley of Barnstable, Jennifer McIlvane of Barnstable, Joshua Meservey of Chatham, Haley Hastings of Yarmouth, Ariana Herlihy of Yarmouth, Morgan Billmair of Yarmouth, Angel Boudreau of Yarmouth, Jannell Ferro of Dennis, Charmagne Flammond of Yarmouth, Kristen Gilchrest of Dennis, Nicole Gilchrest of Dennis, Sarah Leonard of Brewster, Louise Roche of Dennis, Noah Mabile of Chatham, Austin Schofield of Brewster, Wyatt Wells of Yarmouth, Jacob Carnicelli Waite of Dennis, Nicholas Cassisi of Harwich, Sean Corbett of Barnstable, Zachary Novotny of Harwich, Joseph Pires of Harwich, Edward Robertson of Mashpee, Louis Carlo of Brewster, Kelchi Brouwer of Mashpee, Norman Corona of Harwich, Alec Kennedy of Barnstable and  Benjamin Smith of Dennis.

To be eligible for the scholarship, students must score advanced and proficient on Grade 10 MCAS tests in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Students must be graduates of a Massachusetts public school, be a US citizen or permanent resident of the US and be accepted to a state college or university. While in school under the scholarship, students must maintain a 3.0. Eligibility rules are set to change for those in the class of 2016, according to the state.

John and Abigail Adams Scholarships are merit-based, non-need-based scholarships awarded by the Massachusetts Department of Education.

Cape Cod Regional Technical High School in Harwich offers seventeen technical programs.


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