Jessie Meehan, daughter of Lorinda Meehan of Oxford, and Danny Miller, of Pitcher, is Oxford Academy’s Valedictorian of the 2018 Senior Class. Jessie is an amazing student and has tremendous potential both academically and artistically. Jessie is a very talented young lady who can play several instruments and has a beautiful vocal voice. Jessie participated in chorus, women’s ensemble, all county chorus, area All State, NYSSMA vocal solo, NYSSMA trombone, jazz band and band. Jessie received several academic awards during her high school career including high honor roll every year, multiple academic “O” Awards, Rotary Youth Leadership Representative, NYSSMA vocal soloist gold award in 2017, NYSSMA soloist trombone award in 2017, and the Chenango area student art exhibition award in 2017. Jessie is the Vice President of the National Honor Society and she is the President of Student Government. Jessie plans to attend Nazareth College in the fall to pursue a career in the Music field. Jessie would ultimately like to become a performer and use music to enrich the lives of others. Jessie has worked toward this goal since she entered Oxford High School as a freshman.
Sierra Nebel, daughter of Michele Nebel, of Oxford, and Ward Nebel, of Montague, is Oxford Academy’s Salutatorian of the 2018 Senior Class. Sierra is a true scholar and has been a member of the National Honor Society where she serves as President. Sierra has been enrolled in several College Now classes during her high school career and she has taken a very challenging academic program. Sierra received the Scholar Recognition award for the class of 2018. Sierra has also achieved high honor roll every year, has multiple Oxford Academy “O” Awards and received numerous art awards throughout her high school career. Sierra enjoys caring for her animals at home and has done this while working on her Advanced Regents Diploma. Sierra is planning to attend Alfred State and is undecided on her major at the current time. Sierra has aspirations to travel the world and reside in a foreign country where she can make use of her fluency in Spanish.
Elizabeth Fuller, daughter of Keith and Barbara Fuller, is one of Oxford Academy and Central School’s Top 5 students. Elizabeth is academically driven and a dedicated young lady who has been a true asset to Oxford Academy Central School and the local community. Elizabeth earned the Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award in 2017. Elizabeth maintained high honor roll each year and was a member of the National Honor Society. Elizabeth is musically inclined and participated in All County for band and chorus. Elizabeth earned NYSSMA Soloist Awards for the clarinet and alto saxophone. Elizabeth earned the Student Art Award in 2017 and also participated in the drama club by running the light board. Elizabeth realized that she was interested in the engineering field after she participated in the Cornell University Women in Engineering Workshop during her sophomore year in high school. Upon graduation from Oxford Academy, Elizabeth will pursue a degree in Engineering from Hartwick College.
Maggie French, daughter of Kris and Sean Campbell and Mark French, is one of Oxford Academy and Central School’s Top 5 students. In addition to being an outstanding academic student, Maggie is an active member of both the school and local community. While maintaining High Honor Roll each year and earning multiple Academic “O” Awards, she has maintained a part time job at the Canal Street Hardware Store where she has been employed for two years. Maggie is also a member of the National Honor Society where she serves as Secretary. Maggie’s real joy comes from raising and tending to her six horses. Maggie plans to attend Lake Erie College in Ohio where she will have a dual major in Equine Science and Business Management. Ultimately Maggie would like to manage an equine facility.
Adam Brady, son of Anthony and Geraldine Brady, is one of Oxford Academy and Central School’s Top 5 students. Adam has earned multiple Academic “O” Awards and High Honor Roll certificates throughout his high school career. Adam has also earned several college credits while attending Oxford Academy High School. Adam is not only academically inclined, but he has also participated in several athletic sports such as soccer, wrestling and track. While maintaining his academic success, Adam has also been employed during his senior year. Adam plans on attending SUNY Broome in the fall and majoring in Sports Studies. After college, Adam would like to pursue a career as a personal trainer and someday own his own gym that offers advanced athletic training.