The Springville-Griffith Institute Central School District has announced Amy Stabell as valedictorian and Abigail Stressinger as salutatorian for the Class of 2019.
Valedictorian Amy Stabell will graduate with a 100.2 grade point average. Involved in many school activities, she was the student representative on the SGI Board of Education and Student Council President.
She has been a member of the Erie County Envirothon, Key Club, National Honor Society; on the musical stage crew, Science Olympiad team, orchestra and band; and competed in softball, soccer and track.
Amy’s interests include farming, hiking, kayaking, running, playing softball and soccer, jamming on banjo and violin, raising chickens and living in the moment.
Amy has earned many honors and awards in high school, including National Merit Scholarship finalist, National Society of High School Scholars member, chosen Delegate at Congress for Future Leaders in Science and Technology, Scholastic Recognition Award from Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering at Alfred University 2018, Air Force Recruiting Services Mathematics and Science Award 2018 and the NYS Science Education Leaders Association Award.
Amy plans to attend Cornell University and major in Environmental and Sustainability Sciences.
Amy is the daughter of Thomas and Dawn Stabell.
Salutatorian Abigail Stressinger will graduate with a 99.92 grade point average. Involved in many school activities, Abigail has been Key Club President, Student Council Vice President, Yearbook Treasurer and a member of National Honor Society. She has participated in the school musical, chamber choir and chorus, band and marching band and competed in Varsity Volleyball.
Abigail’s interests include travel, photography, singing and cooking.
Among her awards and honors in high school are being an AP Scholar with Honors and the school’s National Honor Society President.
Abigail plans to attend the University at Buffalo and major in Biomedical Sciences.
Abigail is the daughter of John and Kelly Stressinger.