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Dover High School announces the top 10 students of the Class of 2006: is the daughter of Ronald and Jane Flitter of Dover. Class valedictorian, she has been a member of the National Honor Society since her sophomore year. While attending Dover High School, Amanda has been an active member of the Drama Club. She has worked backstage on many productions and has appeared in “Guys and Dolls,” “The Importance of Being Earnest” and a children’s theater production. She is also a member of the Key Club, and is currently the vice president. During her senior year, she has acted as a student ambassador. Amanda has been a part of “Who’s Who Among American High School Students” for three years, and won the Harvard Prize Book Award her junior year. Most recently she was selected to receive a corporate sponsored Merit Scholarship by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. She has also been named a Granite State Scholar. Outside of school, Amanda works as a cashier at Market Basket in Somersworth. She has been accepted at Bowdoin College, St. Anselm College, Mt. Holyoke
College, and the University of New Hampshire Honors Program. She will attend the University of New Hampshire and study English. is the son of Carl and Cindy Mamigonian of Dover. He is salutatorian for the graduating class of 2006. Camden is the captain of the Dover Varsity Baseball Team and National Honor Society member. He is a National Merit Scholar Letter of Commendation recipient, as well as recipient of the Holy Cross Book Award and the Bausch and Lomb Science Award. Camden has volunteered at a local soup kitchen. He has made the All State team for baseball for the last two years he has played, he was selected to the Foster’s Daily Democrat Dream Team, and he was also voted team MVP his junior year. He has been a member of the Latin Honor Society every year of his high school career. Accepted at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Tufts University, the University of Rochester and Wheaton College, Camden will attend Rensselaer and major in physics.
Kent Martin Willis
Kent Martin Willis is the son of Mark and Lynn Willis of Dover. Ranking third in his class, Kent is active in music, theater arts, athletics, and student government as well as being a member of the National Honor Society (NHS). As a student at Dover High School, Kent acted in Dover High’s productions of “Grease” and “Anything Goes,” as well as playing lead roles in “Bye Bye Birdie” and “Guys and Dolls.” Kent served as vice president of the Drama Club his junior year, and president his senior year. Kent played for Dover High School boys varsity Lacrosse Team for the four years he attended Dover High. Kent made Most Valuable Player his sophomore year, led his team to the Division II State Championship in 2005, Dover High’s first for boys lacrosse, and made Honorable Mention All State his junior year. He played as captain of his team during his senior year. Kent is an avid musician, and plays more than nine different instruments, including the violin, piano, guitar and the bells. He is a member of his rock band, AC/BC, which performed at the opening of the Teen Center in downtown Dover. He composes his own music and has written more than 20 compilations. Kent has achieved Dover High’s esteemed honor of being dubbed Mr. Dover High School during his sophomore year as well as his senior year. He won the Rotary Youth Leadership Award, was a Granite State Scholar, and named the top calculus student his junior year. He also was elected and served as class president his junior year. Kent was accepted to the University of New Hampshire, Rochester Institute of Technology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Cornell University, University of Texas in Austin, Boston University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kent will be attending MIT in the fall on a full tuition scholarship, and will study genetic and biomedical engineering.
Matthew A. Hergott
Matthew A. Hergott is the son of Steven and Lisa Hergott of Dover. He has been a member of the National Honor Society since his sophomore year, as well as a member of Project SEARCH, the Key Club and the Spanish Club. Matt was also awarded the Excellence in Spanish I Advanced Award his sophomore year, and the Outstanding Student in Precalculus Award his junior year. He has been on the golf team since his sophomore year and enjoys golfing as a hobby. During the summer of 2005, Matt embarked on a church missions trip to Bolivia to build desks for an impoverished village. Additionally, Matt attended New Hampshire Boys State of the American Legion during the summer of 2005, and received the Samsung Scholarship while there. Matt received the Rensselaer Medal Award for excellence in science and math, and he also received the St. Michael’s Book Award. He is a Granite State Scholar and has made highest honors every semester of his high school career. Additionally, Matt made the Spanish Honor Scoiety every year. He was accepted at the University of New Hampshire, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Cornell University, Virginia Tech, University of Connecticut, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and Northeastern University. He will attend the University of New Hampshire in the Honors Program and pursue a career in civil engineering. is the son of Norman and Annemarie Lemoyne of Dover. He is the president of the Dover High School Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) and vice president of the Latin Club. Matthew is one of the founding members of Inkspot, Dover High School’s creative writing club. He has been the master of ceremonies for various related events, including several open microphone nights at the auditorium. He has won city and state level poetry contests and his poetry has been published in Amoskeag: The Southern New Hampshire University Journal of Poetry. Matthew is also a classical pianist and achieved an honorable mention for his program at Plymouth State University’s Granite State Auditions while in high school. He holds the grade of Cadet Chief Master Sergeant in the Civil Air Patrol, and the auxiliary of the United States Air Force, and is eligible to receive the prestigious Billy Mitchell Award. Accepted at Brandeis University and in the Honors Program for Boston University and Northeastern University, Matthew will attend Boston University or Brandeis, and will study English, music and psychology.
Elizabeth S. Fletcher
Elizabeth S. Fletcher is the daughter of Roland and Susan Fletcher of Nottingham. She is a member of the National Honor Society (grades 11 and 12) and the Latin Honor Society (9, 10, 11 and 12). While at Dover High School she participated in soccer (9, 10, 11 and 12), winter track (9) and softball (11 and 12). She is a recognized scholar athlete at DHS, and in addition, received scholar athlete awards from the NH Commission on the Status of Women and the NH Soccer Coaches Association. Elizabeth is also a member of Key Club and was the recipient of the Wellesley College Book Award in her junior year. In her senior year she was chosen as a student ambassador for DHS, and was also awarded the title “Granite State Scholar.” Outside of school, Elizabeth coached a U 10 indoor soccer team and worked as a volunteer for NH Special Olympics. Elizabeth has been accepted to and will be attending the University of New Hampshire, majoring in pre veterinary medicine. of Dover is the daughter of Michael and Wendi Servetas. While at Dover High School, she was a three sport scholar athlete participating in soccer and winter and spring track. She was a member of the varsity soccer team in grades 9 12, and was named captain her junior and senior years. In her senior year she was named most valuable teammate, and also to the second team All State and Class L scholar team. Stephanie received a nomination for the Adidas Scholastic All American Team, and was recognized by the New Hampshire Commission on the Status of Women and the New Hampshire Coaches Association. As a member of the spring track team, she was named captain her senior year. In addition, Stephanie was a member of the National Society in grades 11 and 12, and the National French Honor Society 9 12. She received a certificate de merit (9, 10 and 11) for participating in Le Grand Concord National French exams. She was also a member of Interact and a participant in several student counsel activities. Her junior year, Stephanie received the Mount Holyoke Book Award for leadership and community service. Outside of school, Stephanie plays for the Seacoast United Soccer Club, and volunteers for such activities as Toys for Tots. Stephanie was accepted to Rochester Institute of Technology, Elmira College, Bridgewater State College, Drexel University, University of Vermont, and Cedar Crest College. is the daughter of Linda Taylor and Robin Lechnir of Dover. Meredith is also a member of the National Honor Society and was recently named a Granite State Scholar. At Dover High School, Meredith has participated in Interact (grade 12), Key Club (11 and 12), French Club (10 12), Student Council (11 and 12), and yearbook (9). She has also participated in softball her freshman and sophomore years. Outside of school, Meredith has volunteered at blood drives and flu clinics. She has volunteered with Special Olympics, helping with softball and a bowl a thon last summer. Meredith also works part time at Shaw’s Supermarket on Woodbury Avenue in Portsmouth. Meredith has been a member of the French National Honor Society all four years of high school. She won the United States Achievement Academy’s International Foreign Language Award. Accepted at Boston University, Northeastern University, and the University of Delaware, Meredith will attend Boston University and will study biology with a premedical concentration. is the son of John Arthur Whitcomb and Teresa Balkovic of Dover. A member of the National Honor Society, Ben is a four year Latin student and a member of the Latin Honor Society. He has been a member of the soccer team each year he has been at Dover High School, being co captain of his team during grades 9, 10, and 11. Named a Granite State Scholar, Ben has also been nominated for the National Foreign Language Award. For the past three years, he has been an active member of the staff at Great Bay Animal Hospital in Durham. Accepted to the University of New Hampshire, University of Vermont, Loyola of Maryland, and Illinois Institute of Technology, Ben will attend the University of Vermont and study animal medicine. is the son of David and Natalia Hammond of Dover, and has two brothers, Ian and Nathan. Sam has established himself at Dover High School through participation in academics, school government, drama, music and sports. Sam performed in the annual variety show, the school’s performance of “Bye Bye Birdie” and “Guys and Dolls,” and has earned spots in the school’s freshman football team, junior varisty and varsity lacrosse teams. He has been a member of the Latin Honor Society since his induction in 2003, and an honor student his entire high school career. Additionally, Sam earned two gold medals and a silver in the National Latin exams, and received Underclassman Achievement awards in Latin and history. In his spare time, Sam enjoys writing, photography, singing, songwriting, and playing the guitar for the band AC/BC. Sam was accepted at Northeastern University and Emerson College. He will be attending Northeastern University on a merit based, four year scholarship, and will study to become a journalist.