Valedictorian and salutatorian recognized at Carey

H. Frank Carey High School announced that Gianna Montante and Anna Tupper are the valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2021.

With an overall weighted GPA of 103.21, Montante has achieved tremendous success during her time at Carey. She has taken nine Advanced Placement classes and was honored as an AP Scholar with Distinction.

Montante keeps busy while at school, having participated in more than 12 clubs and activities. She has served as secretary for the Saving Our Society Club, Art Palettes, National Junior Honor Society and the Class of 2021.

She is also a contributing writer for The Clipper school newspaper, Poseidon literary magazine and the LOG yearbook. Montante, who has volunteered over 200 hours at Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital, plans to pursue a pre-med degree.

Tupper, who has been recognized as an AP Scholar, has been enrolled in eight AP courses. As part of the Sewanhaka Central High School District’s Instrumentation and Automation Program, she has had the opportunity to get directly involved with both science and research.

Tupper has taken on responsibility as editor of the Yearbook, and she participates in The Clipper, Saving Our Society Club and Art Palettes. Outside of school, she plays a vital role in her church, where she serves as a group leader for young girls.



H. Frank Carey High School Class of 2021 valedictorian Gianna Montante, left, and salutatorian Anna Tupper.
From left: H. Frank Carey High School Class of 2021 valedictorian Gianna Montante, Principal Christopher Fiore and salutatorian Anna Tupper.


Photos courtesy of the Sewanhaka Central High School District

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