students posing

On Wednesday, May 17, 2023, WHHS Principal Dana Paredes honored the Top 20 students in the Class of 2023 with a breakfast celebration at West River Hall! The ceremony featured speeches from Superintendent Neil Cavallaro, Mayor Nancy Rossi, and Board of Education member Kim Kenny, as well as their favorite teachers Joanie Amato (Math) and Martha Jacobs (World Language)! 

Congratulations to each one of these incredible seniors for all their hard work! 

Class Rankings (College Attending; Plans to Study):

1) Vittoria Favia (Rutgers University; Environmental Science)
2) Yaju Pradhan (Wesleyan University)
3) Ayannah Obas (Yale University; Political Science & History)
4) Aayah Osman (Wellesley College; Computer Science)
5) Jennifer Castellanos (University of New Haven; Pre-Law & Communications)
6) Joyce Delgado (Southern Connecticut State University; Nursing)
7) Morgan Montz (Quinnipiac University; Computer Science & Cybersecurity)
8) Emma Walker (University of New Haven; Dental Hygiene)
9) Andrew Callahan (University of Rhode Island; Marine Biology)
10) Nevaeh Lugo (University of New Haven; Communications)
11) Renad Osman (Princeton University; Civil Engineering or Architecture)
12) Fernando Osorio (Southern Connecticut State University)
13) Aleshka Aponte (University of New Haven College of Arts & Sciences; Art)
14) Diego Soto (Villanova University; Electrical Engineering & Biomedical Engineering)
15) Omar Omer (University of Connecticut; Biology)
16) Batuhan Demir (University of Michigan; Aerospace Engineering)
17) Melissa Meza (Quinnipiac University; Diagnostic Medical Sonography)
18) Leandro Rodrigues (Central Connecticut State University; Exercise Science)
19) Samantha Carrion (Penn State University; Criminology & Criminal Justice)
20) Diana Garcia Perez (Southern Connecticut State University; Nursing)