Bishop Feehan announces top students in Class of 2024

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(From left) Valedictorian Sean Callaghan, Salutatorian Nicholas Ciuica and Tree Dedicator Peter Llamas. Courtesy photo

Bishop Feehan High School announced its top-ranked students in the Class of 2024. These ten soon-to-be graduates have the highest academic rankings among a class of 263. The Class of 2024 will be the 60th class from Feehan.

The top 10 students (alphabetically) are Meghan Bourque of North Attleborough, Sean Callaghan of Rehoboth, Nicholas Ciuica of Plainville, Sofia Montano of Norwood, Jillian Conlon of Medway, Isabella Graziano of Norfolk, and Kate DeVincent, Peter Llamas, Alexandra Llamas, and Molly Sullivan, all of Attleboro.

In addition, the top three students are Valedictorian Sean Callaghan of Rehoboth, Salutatorian Nicholas Ciuica of Plainville, and Tree Dedicator Peter Llamas of Attleboro.

“Sean, Nick, Peter and the entire Feehan class of 2024 make their soon-to-be alma mater very proud,” said Bishop Feehan President Tim Sullivan. “Our impressive top three exemplify our Feehan spirit so well. Scholars, young men of faith and service, athletes and – honestly – just terrific young adults. They will be terrific honorees at our senior events next week and terrific representatives of Feehan for decades to come.”

Sean Callaghan, the son of Paul and Danielle Callaghan, and member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, has been named Valedictorian of the Bishop Feehan High School Class of 2024. Ranking first out of 263 students Sean has earned a perfect 4.0 cumulative, unweighted grade point average while challenging himself with the most rigorous curriculum offered at the school.

In the fall, Sean will continue his studies at Harvard University, where he will pursue a degree in economics.

Nicholas Ciuica, the son of Gelu and Georgeta Ciuica, and a member of St. John the Baptist Romanian Orthodox Church, has been named Salutatorian of the Bishop Feehan High School Class of 2024. Ranking second out of 263 students, Nicholas has earned a perfect 4.0 cumulative, unweighted grade point average.

In the fall, Nicholas will continue his studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he plans to pursue a degree in computer science.

Peter Llamas, the son of John Llamas and Catherine Coquinco Llamas and a member of St. John the Evangelist Parish, has been named tree dedicator of Bishop Feehan High School Class of 2024. Ranking third in his overall class, Peter has been enrolled in the most rigorous curriculum offered at Bishop Feehan.

In the fall, Peter will be attending Tufts University where he will be studying computer science.