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FRAMINGHAM – For the 7th year in a row, the Christa McAuliffe PTG voted to fund a $500 scholarship for a McAuliffe scholar who
graduated this year from a high school in one of the towns named in our charter and is planning to pursue education beyond high school.

This year, the scholarship committee chose Trey Adrian from Ashland High School to receive the award.

“During my time at McAuliffe, I always felt like it was the place for me. I loved the Crew atmosphere and I wish that could have continued into my high school days. McAuliffe truly set me up for success during high school and because of this I am ready to approach college,” said Adrian, McAuliffe Class of 2016.

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Through his application and letters of recommendation, Adrien demonstrated a strong work ethic, impressive involvement in extracurricular activities, responsibility, a commitment to hard work and to helping others. He is a member of the National Honor Society and the Ashland High School Student Council and is also a varsity athlete. He has participated in countless community service endeavors and stands out for his strength of character.

Adrian fondly remembered his time in Crew and on fieldwork trips. He credited his time at McAuliffe for preparing him for high-school and setting him up for success.

Adrian, who lives in Framingham, will be studying at the Dolan Business School at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut, this fall.

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The Christa McAuliffe Charter School in Framingham is a diverse expeditionary learning public school for students in grades 6 – 8. The school’s hands-on curriculum cultivates high levels of student engagement, responsibility for learning, and enduring character growth. Students are accepted via blind lottery.


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