GENEVA — Geneva High School has named Madison Kerlan valedictorian and Benjamin Mittiga salutatorian.
Kerlan, daughter of Sonya and Joshua Kerlan, plans to study English literature and classics at the University of Pittsburgh.
While at GHS, she has been honor society president. She also has participated in math league, Model United Nations, link crew and green club.
Her honors include an AP Scholar with Distinction award, a Finger Lakes Scholar award, a Thrive to Survive Volunteer award, an American Chemical Society Award and a National Merit Scholarship competition commended student award.
Her volunteer activities have included Relay For Life, Big Brothers Big Sisters, outdoor education and Interact Club.
She has been an intern at the Finger Lakes Times and worked at the Geneva Public Library, Side Show Bar, the Geneva Recreation Complex and the Pick’n Patch.
Mittiga, son of Kelly and Benjamin Mittiga, plans to study economics at the University of California, Los Angeles.
While at GHS, he has been treasurer of the Model UN and vice president of Interact Club. He participated in math league, link crew and varsity tennis, baseball and soccer.
His honors include honor society, the Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award, a Finger Lakes Scholar Award, the Monroe County Math League Most Valuable Team Member Award, the Math League Most Valuable Team Member and Top Scorer award, a Chemistry Achievement Award, an AP Scholar with Distinction award and a Scholar Athlete Award.
He also attended Model UN conferences and was a Panther Pitch finalist.