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June 19, 2019

PLATTSBURGH – Sofia DeJordy and Abigail Boulé are top graduates in the Seton Catholic School Class of 2019.

Sofia DeJordy, the daughter of Sophie and John DeJordy, is class valedictorian with a Grade Point Average of 98.16.

In addition to her studies, Miss DeJordy has participated on the varstiy cross country, indoor track & field and outdoor track & field teams. She has been appointed to the Seton Catholic chapter of National Honor Society as well as the Student Leadership Team. Fellow students elected Miss DeJordy as secretary of the Student Council. During the summer, Miss DeJordy shadows at Dr. Cristina Trutia’s psychiatry practice and works as a temporary office secretary there.

Miss DeJordy’s achievements and accomplishments include the Gary Ryan Sportsmanship Award; 2018 NYSPHSAA Sportsmanship Award (cross country); John J. Herbert Memorial All-Academic Award; National Junior Honor Society President; National Honor Society President; captain of the cross country, indoor track & field and outdoor track & field teams; CVAC Cross Country All-Star; All-State Cross Country Team – Honorable Mention; nominated and attended the 2018 National Congress of Future Scientists and Technologists as a delegate.
This fall, Miss DeJordy will attend Queens University, where she plans to major in psychology and minor in life sciences with the intention to pursue a career in psychiatry.

Abigail Boulé, the daughter of Michael and Christine Boulé, is class salutatorian with a Grade Point Average of 97.91.

For extracurricular activities, Miss Boulé has participated on the varsity soccer, hockey, tennis and track & field teams. She has also played for Plattsburgh Football Club and been a member of Key Club. Miss Boulé’s fellow students elected her to Student Council. Through appointment, she has been a member of the National Honor Society and the Student Leadership Team.

Miss Boulé’s achievements and awards include Clarkson Leadership Award; Hobey Baker High School Character Award; Student Leadership Team member; National Honor Society secretary; varsity soccer team captain; varsity hockey team captain; captain of the 2019 Section VII Girls Hockey Championship Team; Northern Soccer League Division II First Team All-Star; CVAC Girls Hockey First Team All-Star.

This fall, Miss Boulé will attend Siena College, where she plans to major in biology.

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