Friday, May 15, 2020

Tri-County Regional Student Receives 34th Annual the Outstanding Vocational Student Award

Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School senior, Hannah Davis, has been selected as the recipient of the 34th annual Outstanding Vocational Student Award.

The Outstanding Vocational Student Award is presented each year by the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) and the Massachusetts Vocational Association (MVA) to one student from each vocational technical high school in Massachusetts. The award recognizes students who have made significant contributions to their local school district and to the statewide vocational education system. Recipients must have excellent attendance, a minimum of a 3.5 GPA and vocational-related work experience. The students must demonstrate leadership qualities, technical competence, involvement in the community and extracurricular activities.

Hannah Davis, daughter of Jason and Tracy Davis of Franklin, is an outstanding student in the Engineering Technology Program at Tri-County. She is Valedictorian for the class of 2020 carrying a weighted grade point average of 4.49.
Tri-County superintendent-director Stephen Dockray and Hannah Davis
Tri-County superintendent-director Stephen Dockray and Hannah Davis

During her time at Tri-County, Hannah has participated in a rigorous course of study that included both Honors and Advanced Placement Courses. She is the Vice President of the National Honor Society, and was awarded the Cougar Culture Award for her exemplary achievement in the areas of scholarship, leadership, character and service. She is Scout Leader for the FIRST Robotics Team and is one of Tri-County’s Student Ambassadors. She was also selected as the DAR Good Citizen for demonstrating dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.

As part of the co-operative education program, Hannah has worked at TE Connectivity in Norwood as an Engineer. She was a member of Smith College’s Summer Science and Engineering Program and has already completed two courses at Bristol Community College. Hannah was accepted at many competitive colleges and is leaning towards attending UMass Amherst Commonwealth Honors College.

A competitor in Skills USA, Hannah took a Gold Medal in Leadership District and State Competition: Additive Manufacturing and a Bronze Medal in: Exploratory Demonstration. Hannah also participated in a NASA sponsored project called HUNCH where she worked as a project manager.

In addition to her academic achievement, Hannah is an accomplished athlete. She serves as the Captain of the Varsity Cross Country Team, Varsity Basketball, Track and Field and Volleyball teams.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, what an accomplishment! Congratulations.