Atlantis Charter School in Fall River Celebrates Top 10 Students – Fall River Reporter

Atlantis Charter School in Fall River has announced the school’s top 10 senior students.

Madison Stevens, valedictorian, is the daughter of Jamie and Holly Stevens of Fall River. She will attend Roger Williams University as a forensic science major with a concentration in biology. Madison has been awarded the RWU Presidential Scholarship, St. Anne’s Credit Union Scholarship, Fall River Scholarship Foundation Scholarship, and Alltrust Credit Union Scholarship. She was a member of the varsity volleyball and track teams, the mock trial club, and the National Honor Society. She worked part-time, volunteered at a local soup kitchen, and participated in competitive rowing and gymnastics. In the future, Madison would like to pursue a career with the State Medical Examiner’s Office.

Ryan Garrity – 2

Ryan Garrity is the son of Michael and Susan Garrity of Fall River. Ryan will attend Roger Williams University, majoring in physics. He is a member of the National Honor Society, as well as the Atlantis football and baseball teams. Ryan was awarded the Abigail and Adams Scholarship. Outside of school, Ryan enjoys playing drums and piano. In the future, Ryan would like to pursue a career at NASA.

Cassidy Medeiros – 3

Cassidy Medeiros is the daughter of Robert Medeiros and Diane Adriano of Fall River. She will attend Rhode Island College as a major in medical imaging with a minor in biology, hoping to pursue a career in diagnostic medical sonography with the eventual goal of becoming a medical radiology assistant in the future. Cassidy was a finalist for Fall River’s Youth of the Year Award, she received the Anchor Award from Rhode Island College, as well as an additional grant from Rhode Island College. Within his school community, Cassidy was a member of the Student Council, the National Honor Society, college cheerleading, and also participated in the Watuppa Rowing Club. Outside of school, Cassidy works part-time as a pharmacy technician and spends her time at the gym. She is excited about what the future holds for her and will always be grateful to her teachers at Atlantis who have helped her along her journey.

Julieann Camara – 4

Julieann Camara is the daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Camara of Alsop Street Fall River. She will attend Bridgewater State University as a social work major. Julieann received the John and Abigail Adams Fellowship and the National Honor Society Award. She was a student government representative and participated in an internship as a student adjustment counselor while in college. Outside of school, she devoted her time to her church as a religious education teacher. Julieann hopes to continue her education and become a student adjustment counselor in the future. The immense love and support she received from teachers, staff and fellow students at Atlantis Charter School will miss her and she is grateful for all the opportunities afforded to her during the course. of the last 13 years of his life at Atlantis.

Emilie Cativo – 5

Emily Cativo, ranked 5th in her class, is the daughter of Patricia and Richard Cativo of Fall River. She will attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst majoring in animal science. She received the John and Abigail Adams Fellowship. Emily was a member of the National Honor Society and received the Presidential Award. She competed in JV softball in high school, but in her senior year led the team as captain. She volunteered in a pantry at St. Anne’s Church. In the future, she plans to become a veterinarian because of her love for all animals.

Carine Lebrun – 6
Carina Lebrun, 6th in her class, is the daughter of Elizabeth Lebrun of Fall River, Massachusetts. She has been attending Atlantis Charter School since kindergarten in 2009. Since her second year, she has been president of her class in which she has helped plan prom as well as many senior activities for the student body. She is a member of the National Honor Society. Carina will attend Rhode Island College where she will double major in medical imaging and dance. She anticipates that her future career will focus on diagnostic medical ultrasound. She received an RIC scholarship as well as the Rhode Island College Anchor Award. Carina celebrates her 15 years of dance. She is currently at Breaking Pointe Dance Studio where she was part of the competitive dance team. An inspiration for all young dancers, she has been teaching dance for 5 years. While still holding hope for the future and all the new experiences it will bring, she graduates with a heavy heart as she will miss her teachers and her memories that were created in Atlantis.

Evelyn Brown – 7

Evelyn Brown, 7th in her class, is the daughter of Wendy and Timothy Brown. She will be attending Wentworth Institute of Technology in the fall to major in architecture and planning. Evelyn received the Presidential Award her first year and the Honor Society for the remaining three years. She participated in a mock trial and a film club. She was a captain and setter in varsity girls’ volleyball. Evelyn volunteered for CCI and local libraries and worked part-time. She will pursue her ambition of owning her own architectural practice in the future.

Troy Seyez – 8
Troy Seyez is the son of Rhonda and Raymond Seyez Jr. He will be attending Roger Williams University this fall as a finance major. He was awarded the Major Presidential Fellowship as well as the John and Abigail Adams Fellowship. Troy was also a member of the varsity baseball team for all four years of high school and one of the captains in his senior year. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and the National Society of High School Scholars. One of his proudest accomplishments, after 12 years of hard work and dedication, was earning his black belt in Kenpo Jiu Jitsu Karate.

Hailey Soares – 9

Hailey Soares is the daughter of Jeffrey and Jennifer Soares from Fall River. She will attend Johnson and Wales University, majoring in biology as part of the educational path to becoming a surgical physician assistant. Hailey received the Johnson and Wales Presidential Fellowship and she was a National Honor Society member and member of the Atlantis women’s soccer team. Outside of school, Hailey works part-time, volunteers weekly at various parts of her church, and volunteers with a local Salvation Army. Hailey is excited about her next chapter and is grateful to all of her teachers who have helped her grow.

Chloe Almeida – 10

Chloe Almeida is the daughter of tutors Keri and Derek Miller and parents Stacie Leger and Michael Almeida. She will attend Providence College with a major in biology and plans to continue her studies in medical school in hopes of becoming a medical examiner. Chloe is the vice president of her class and is a member of the National Honor Society. She received the Prima Care Scholarship and a scholarship from Providence College. Atlantis has helped her so much to thrive throughout her 7 years of attendance and her gratitude towards Atlantis Charter School only grows.