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Olivia Clesceri, Kevin Wholey, Kimberly Wright, Molly Schoder, and Django Denne.

Bolton Central School’s top five

Bolton Central School is proud to announce its Top Five students in the Class of 2014. They are: Olivia Clesceri, Kevin Wholey, Kimberly Wright, Molly Schoder, and Django Denne.

Olivia Clesceri is the valedictorian of this year’s class having earned a grade point average (GPA) of 94.42. The daughter of Amy and Craig Clesceri of Bolton Landing, Olivia plans to attend Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and major in chemistry.

Throughout her high school career, Olivia played Varsity Soccer, Basketball and Softball, and Club Sports. She was in the Concert and Marching Band, Spanish Club, Youth and Government having presented the BestBill in 2013. She is also a member of Key Club and National Honor Society. She was in Chorus, Outing Club, and on the Yearbook staff. She was National Honor Society President, Key Club Treasurer, Class Treasurer, Band Treasurer, and on the Eagle’s List for maintaining a 92.5 and above average. She received the RPI medal, Sage Award, University of Rochester George Eastmen Young Leaders Award, and the Clarkson Achievement Award.

Her civic activities included church fundraisers, Breast Cancer/Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Walks, the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)Carnival, and a Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser.

Since the summer of 2010, she has worked summers at Chic’s Marina in Bolton Landing.

Boating, sports, hiking, and skiing are some of Olivia’s hobbies.

Kevin Wholey is the salutatorian of the Class of 2014 with a GPA of 92.08. He is the son of Pamela and Douglas Wholey of Bolton Landing and plans to study business administration at SUNY Adirondack.

Throughout his high school career, Kevin participated in Varsity Baseball, French Club, Tech Club, Senior Chorus, and was inducted into the National Honor Society.

He has received the President’s Academic Award for four years, and the Wells College Award. He was Senior Class Vice President and was a Student Council Rep.

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