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QMC 2018 Graduates

Congratulations to the following students from QMC's graduating class of 2018! 

Kitana Marie Marshall
Nicholas R. Martel
Jacob C. Menten + *
Thomas Michael Menten +
Kaylee Anita Morrison
Caroline Elise Mountford
William C. Myers *
Kenneth Antonio Negron Ruiz
Isabel Edith Olsen
Kiah G. Parker
Anastasia Kristine Piligian *
Hannah Elizabeth Prestas
Kristiana Maxine Quintana + *
Jayson R. Torres *
Genna L. Warrender
Karah R. Wetherbee
Kaitlin G. Whalen
Brittany Marie Williams *
Abigail J. Young
Hazel A. Billings-Chiu +
Jarimar Borges Torres *
Jaclyn Rose Burdzel
Jazmine A. Byers
Joshua T. Careau *
Celton J. Clark
Clayton Joseph Cordello
Coralis N. Correa-Ortiz *
Giovanni Cotto
Joshua David Cox *
Kimberly Sarah Crowell
Xavier Deynes
Hayley Anne Haapala
Myia Lyn Harris *
Makayla Marie Hopkins
Alex J. Imre *
Julia H. Lamotte *
Matthew J. Lavallee
Sophia Anne LeDuc *
Danaija Precise Lewis


+ Indicates students who are National Honor Society Scholars
* Indicates students who completed a Capstone of Distinction


QMC Celebrates Its 10 Year Anniversary

On Friday, June 8th QMC celebrated its 10 year anniversary. It was a gorgeous day and a nice celebration, featuring speakers that included Gary, QVCC President Dr. Carlee Drummer, Mary Kay, Tom C., Gino LoRicco, and two QMC students – one a senior, the other a freshman. More than 70 QMC high school students received certificates acknowledging their having passed their QVCC college courses and earned free college credits. There were about 200 people in attendance, and the celebration was held in the QVCC Amphitheater. Afterward, a cookout for everyone was held in the QVCC side parking lot.

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QMC Students Participate in Sassy Chapeau

On Friday, May 11 QMC students Hallie LaLumiere and Kitana Marshall participated in the Sassy Chapeau Hat Show Fundraiser. Sassy Chapeau is the annual fundraising gala for the Northeast Connecticut Women and Girls Fund. Hallie and Kitana were two of many high schoolers who modeled fabulous hats for the fundraiser. Proceeds from the fundaiser went to supporting various women's programs in the state of CT. 

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QMC Students Visit 2018 North American Tech Tour

Paul Singh and the Results Junkies visited Groton on the 2018 North American Tech Tour to present a workshop that introduced students to entrepreneurship. 6 Quinebaug Middle College students attended and learned about problem solving, addressing a need and presenting to others.

“It was surprisingly interesting,” said QMC student Madison Labossiere. “The pitches were really cool and I actually understood the things they were saying. I would be interested in joining a club for entrepreneurship.”

Singh is an entrepreneur, speaker and investor. Previously, Singh was a managing director at 1776 and a general partner is 1776’s Seed Fund. Prior to 1776, Singh was the founder of Disruption Corporation and general partner of Disruption’s post-seed venture capital arm, Crystal Tech Fund. Before that, Singh was an early partner at 500 Startups, an accelerator and venture firm headquartered in Silicon Valley. Singh has founded a few of his own startups.



QMC Students Place in the 11th annual Julius Sokenu Poetry Contest

Five QMC students were honored at the 11th annual Julius Sokenu Poetry Contest sponsored by Quinebaug Valley Community College.  The winners were :

Desirae Bourgoin (Grade 9) First place for her poem jong.

Laura Pudvah (Grade 10) Second place for her poem The Sound

Kacee-Jean Hanlon (Grade 10) Third place for her poem My Monster

Zachary Gaudette (Grade 9) Honorable Mention for his poem Interesting Poem

Janirelis Santiago Cancel (grade 9) won first place in the Spanish Heritage Speakers category for her poem entitled Mi Esencia Junto al Ayer!

Congratulations to all!


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