WESTFORD — Sarah Dorman of Townsend and Christian Angelucci of Pepperell, both seniors, have been selected as September’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Valley Tech.
Sarah, daughter of Brian and Maureen Dorman, is a senior in the Design & Visual Communications program. She is an honor-roll student and serves as a Kick-Off Mentor, helping incoming students adjust to Nashoba Tech. Sarah is a member of the yearbook staff. She is a captain of the girls soccer team and also plays softball for Nashoba Tech in the fall. She was inducted into both the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society as a junior.
Sarah was nominated by Design & Visual Communications Instructor Derik Rochon for the work she did over the summer to help get the school’s computers ready for the new school year.
“I was pretty much here every day of the summer doing IT work, helping to install computers and get everything up and running,” she said.
Sarah hopes to become a veterinary technician and to attend Mt. Ida College next fall.
Christian, son of Stephen and Dina Angelucci, is a senior in the Programming & Web Development program. He is a high-honors student and was inducted into both the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society as a junior. He is taking three Advanced Placement courses this year: English, Biology and Government.
Christian was nominated by AP English Instructor Bruce Sullivan, who wrote: “Christian is an outstanding student in and out of the classroom. Despite taking a rigorous course schedule filled with AP and Honors courses, Christian has continued to excel academically. Christian writes at a high college level, and always contributes valuable insights in his AP English class. Christian is also one of the many here at NT, who has already hit a qualifying score on his AP English Language and Composition class, and he continues to hold himself to a high standard. His senior project topic: ‘The Growing Threat of Cyber Warfare on a Technologically Dependent Society,’ is both timely and compelling.”
Christian plans to major in Criminal Justice at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and then to work for a governmental law-enforcement agency.