Camden High School recognizes top scholars in Class of 2021


CAMDEN — Halie Lago is valedictorian for the Class of 2021 at Camden Central High School, and Autumn Kahler is the salutatorian. The school’s academic Top Ten, for the highest ranking students in the Class of 2021, was announced by Principal Christopher Centner.

Among the students, as noted in the announcement:

• Lago, daughter of Toni and Ryan Hall of Camden, after graduation will be attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute to major in Interior Design and Architecture. Her goals are to be successful in her chosen field, travel the world, to not take life too seriously and to be happy.

• Kahler, daughter of Jason and Kimberley Kahler of Camden, after graduation will be attending St. John Fisher College to major in Nursing. Her goals are to complete her bachelor’s degree in nursing and then pursue a master’s degree in hopes of becoming a neonatal nurse practitioner. She hopes to have a meaningful career where she can make an impact upon others.

• 3rd – Emily Walker, daughter of Chad and Jennifer Walker of Camden, will be attending SUNY Oswego to major in Accounting. Her goal is to become a CFO of a large corporation or own her own business and have a happy home life.

4th – Evelyn Parker, daughter of Courtney Roser and Shawn Parker of Camden, will be attending Clarkson University to major in Chemical Engineering. Her goal is to use her passion for innovation to research and create ways to make the world a better place.

5th – Holland Hawkes, daughter of Pete and Loretta Hawkes of Camden, will be attending the University of Buffalo to major in Biochemistry. Her goal is to have a successful career as an anesthesiologist alongside raising a family.

6th – Molly Dunfield, daughter of Scott Dunfield of Blossvale, will be attending SUNY Buffalo State to major in Art History. Her goal is to become an art restorer and work for a museum.

7th – Kyle Kirk, son of Ann Johnson of Blossvale and James Kirk II of Taberg, will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology to major in Mechanical Engineering. His goal is to obtain a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree and keep a healthy work life balance.

8th – Katherine Ammann, daughter of Diane Ammann of Camden, will be attending Siena College to major in History. Her goal is to be successful, have a great group of friends and find a career she loves.

9th – Chloe Hite, daughter of Dustin and Christina Hite, will be attending St. Bonaventure University to major in Business or Sports Management. Her goal is to graduate college, enlist in the Army and find a career that she loves along with traveling the world, and a happy home life.

10th – Daniel Bernabe, son of Elizabeth and Patrick Bernabe, will be attending Syracuse University or LeMoyne College to major in Aerospace Engineering. His goal is to work for SpaceX and help send a person to Mars.


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