Introducing Our "Top Ten" Graduates of the Class of 2019

Introducing Our "Top Ten" Graduates of the Class of 2019
Posted on 06/12/2019

Fort Ann Central School is proud to announce the “Top Ten” Graduates for the Class of 2019.
Luke Loso
, son of Joelle and Tim Loso, has been named Valedictorian and is president of his class. Luke has participated on the Varsity soccer, basketball, and baseball teams throughout high school. He is also a member of National Honor Society and National Art Honor Society. He plans on working and relaxing before college. Luke will be attending RPI in the fall. In 10 years, he hopes to become financially stable and not have to worry about what the price tags say.
Most Important thing learned in school - “To balance work and fun.”
Number-One priority - “Finish college and live somewhere warm.”

Charlotte Morrison, daughter of William and Heather Morrison, has been named Salutatorian. Charlotte plans on completing all of her unfinished projects from the school year this summer and assist her father on jobs. Charlotte will be attending Castleton State College in the fall. In 10 years, she hopes to become a successful manga artist and live reclusively.

Most Important thing learned in school – “Independence is a virtue.”
Number-One priority - “Maintain the mantra...Life is good through any ordeal.

Kayla Bailey, daughter of Amy and Larry Bailey is Vice-President of the class. Kayla has been involved in Varsity soccer, basketball, and softball. She has also been a member of National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Key Club, and Student Council throughout high school. She plans to work and earn money for college this summer. Kayla will be attending Siena College in the fall. In 10 years, she hopes to be married with a family and have a successful job that she loves.

Most Important thing learned in school – “To always work hard and nothing is handed to you, it has to be earned.”
Number-One priority - “Happiness. Making the people around me happy, as well as myself.”

Emily Waters, daughter of Armand and Helen Waters, is Co-treasurer of the class. Emily has been involved in National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, and Band throughout high school. She has also been involved in Varsity softball, soccer, and basketball. She plans to work over the summer. Emily will be attending SUNY Adirondack in the fall. In 10 years, she hopes to be teaching band at an area school, own her own home, and starting a family.

Most Important thing learned in school – “The importance of quality over quantity.”
Number-One priority - “Putting myself first and following the career path I want to.”


Emma Gould, daughter of Leslie and Brian Gould. Emma is a member of National Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Band, and Marching Band. She won Talented Unlimited and Top 100 Hyde Collection for her artwork. This summer she plans on spending time preparing for college while practicing her art and writing. Emma will attend SUNY Adirondack in the fall. In 10 years, she hopes to be working as a media artist for either a large media/entertainment company or as a freelance artist.

Most Important thing learned in school – “You don’t need to be perfect; just put effort into your work and have confidence in yourself.”
Number-One priority - “To get through college one day at a time.”


Sawyer Lunt, son of Richard and Shellie, is Co-treasurer of the senior class. Sawyer has been involved in Varsity baseball, basketball, and soccer throughout high school. In addition, he has been a member of National Honor Society, Key Club, Spanish Club, Math League, and has participated in Upward Bound through SUNY Adirondack. His summer plans involve working and enjoying leisure time at his home. Sawyer will be attending Siena College in the fall. In 10 years, Sawyer hopes to be a Venture Capitalist on Wall Street, predicting the next big investments of the world.

Most Important thing learned in school – “There are a lot of distractions in the world...stay focused.”
Number-One priority - “Family.”


Harlie Bolton, Daughter of Brittani and Scott McVey. Throughout high school, Harlie has been involved in SADD. This summer she plans to work. Harlie will be attending SUNY Adirondack. In 10 years, she hopes to have a career in Child Protection Services for Washington County and married with a nice home.

Most Important thing learned in school – “How to set goals and deadlines.”
Number-One priority - “Having respect for others.”

Amanda Godfrey, daughter of Robin and Chris Godfrey. Amanda has been a member of the Varsity Soccer, softball, and basketball teams. She is also a member of Drama Club and has participated in the school musicals. This summer, she will be working at Marthas Dandee Creme. Amanda will be attending SUNY Adirondack. In 10 years, she hopes to own a house.
Most Important thing learned in school - “Time Management is the key to success.”
Number-One priority - “Happiness.”

Natalie Vankirk, daughter of Heidi and Roy Vankirk. Natalie has been a member of the Varsity soccer team and Drama Club. This summer she will be working at Lavenlair Farms. She hopes to have a career in the banking industry. In 10 years, she hopes to be a homeowner, living comfortably and living the dream.

Most Important thing learned in school – “How to work efficiently in a diverse environment.”
Number-One priority - “Keeping myself and others happy.”

Elizabeth Akins, daughter of Edward Akins, Jr. and Sherry Stewart.  This summer, she plans on working. Liz plans to attend SUNY Adirondack in the fall.  In 10 years, she hopes to be a successful health care provider.

Most Important thing learned in school – “To try your best no matter what everyone else thinks.”
Number-One priority - “To be happy.”



These students will be honored at the Class of 2019 Graduation Ceremony on Friday, June 28, 2019. They will be joined by the entire graduating class (pictured below.) Congratulations, students! We look forward to seeing what the future has in store for you. 

Graduating 2019

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