Yale University

Yale
Contributing to a Strong New Haven
Congratulates these outstanding students from
Mark T. Sheehan High School, Wallingford.
Chosen by their high school, these students exemplify what is best
and brightest in the young people of our community.
Madeleine Bennett
Daughter of Douglas
and Loretta Bennett
Will attend Iona College
G.P.A. 3.99; Class Rank 5
Student of the Month, World
Language and P.E. /Health
Varsity Scholar
SAT Achievement Award
GSA, president
CAPT Scholar
Major: English
Career Goal: Editor
Jason Chulock
Son of Bob and Sue Chulock
Will attend the University
of Maryland, College Park
G.P.A. 3.98; Class Rank 6
Varsity Lacrosse
AP Scholar with Honor
National Merit Commended
Scholar
Wallingford Peer Advocate
Major: Computer Engineering
Career Goal: Engineer at a
company like Google/Amazon
Danielle Richetelli
Daughter of Kevin
and Dorinda Richetelli
Will attend the University
of Pittsburgh
G.P.A. 4.07; Class Rank 3
National Honor Society
Varsity Scholar
Southern CT Conference
Scholar Leader
Major: Psychology and
Neuroscience
Career Goal: Clinical
Psychologist, physiatrist
or neurologist
Sarah Schlick
Daughter of Jeff
and Robin Schlick
Will attend Yale University
G.P.A. 4.13; Class Rank 2
SCASA Superintendents’ Award
Varsity Scholar
National Honor Society, secretary
Drama Society Set Designer
The Titan, Editor-in-Chief
CAPT Scholar
String Ensemble, Concertmaster
Major: English
Career Goal: Author
or screenwriter
Carl Verch
Son of Chip
and Diane Verch
Will attend Northeastern
University
G.P.A. 4.24; Class Rank 1
Eagle Scout, Bronze Palm
Marching, Concert, Jazz and
Pep Bands
Cross-Country, Indoor and
Outdoor Track
Major: Chemical Engineering
or Bioengineering
Career Goal: Engineer in the
medical field
Robert Violette
Son of Bob and
Denise Violette
Will attend the University
of Connecticut
G.P.A. 4.02; Class Rank 4
Class President, four years
National Honor Society, president
Marching Band, Drum Major
Peer Advocate
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Rotary Club Citizen of the Year
Major: Biology
Career Goal: Orthodontist
and own a practice
Supporting Youth Programs
Each summer Yale University hosts over 80
local New Haven students participating in the
Ulysses S. Grant program, a six-week academic
program run by Yale undergraduates. Students
participate in enrichment classes that include
the arts and music, debate, sports, field trips
and more.
The program’s small, single-grade class design allows Yale undergraduates to devote
individual attention to children as they teach classes designed to challenge and
excite the students. For more information, visit onhsa.yale.edu/summer-programs.
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