Micaela Maria Young, daughter of Neil and Concetta Young, is the Valedictorian of the Class of 2012 at Sherman Central School. She is the secretary of her class, member of the National Honor Society, S.A.D.D., and the Anti-Bullying Committee. Micaela has participated in both band and choir at SCS and has a passion for music. She has also participated in volleyball and was named co-captain in her sophomore and senior years. Micaela is a member of Girl Scouts and enjoys volunteering locally, nationally and internationally. This fall, Micaela participated in Lakewood Area Distinguished Young Women scholarship program and the NYSSMA Area-All State Choral Festival. She was chosen to represent her school at Empire Girls State and Chautauqua Lake Junior Idol this past summer. Micaela has participated in Irish Dance and works as a certified professional ski instructor at a local ski resort. Micaela is an active member of her church as a cantor, choir member, altar server and Sunday school teacher. Micaela will attend St. Bonaventure University in the fall as a member of the honors program, majoring in biology. Micaela is interested in studying abroad in Ireland and participating in the music and youth ministries programs while at SBU.
Micaela Maria Young
David Kelley, son of Bill and April Kelley, is the Salutatorian of the Class of 2012 at Sherman Central School. David is very active in his community, taking part in such activities as Adopt-A-Highway and ringing the bell for the Salvation Army. During his high school years at SCS, David played basketball, baseball, volleyball and football. He was chosen both his junior and senior year as a second team all-star in basketball and a second team all-star in his sophomore and junior year in baseball. Throughout high school, David has maintained a GPA above 95, and has been an honor roll student. David plans to attend Jamestown Community College next year to obtain an Associates Degree. David will then transfer to the Rochester Institute of Technology where he will major in computer engineering.
Marissa Williams, daughter of Wade and Shelly Williams, is the Historian of the Class of 2012 at Sherman Central School. Marissa has been accepted into the Jamestown Community College Nursing Program. Marissa is a member of the National Honor Society, a core group member of the Fellowship of Christian Students and a member of the Student Council. Marissa is an honor roll student with a current GPA of 96.5. Marissa has played varsity softball for five years and has also participated in track, basketball and band. Marissa attends the Bemus Point United Methodist Church and has participated in the 30-hour famine at her church. Marissa was a helper at the Special Olympics in Jamestown, gives blood on a regular basis and works at Webb's Captains Table.