NORFOLK — Superintendent Paul Zinni and Principal Lisa Mobley are pleased to announce that King Philip Regional High School seniors were recognized with scholarships and awards at a Senior Award Night earlier this month.
On June 3, King Philip Regional High School hosted its annual Senior Award Night in honor of the Class of 2021 at the Mansfield Holiday Inn. Students and two guests of their choice were invited to attend.
“After the year our students have had, we wanted to take this opportunity to truly highlight our students’ outstanding work and accomplishments,” Principal Mobley said. “All of these students have excelled in different aspects of their high school careers, and have continued to persevere even throughout the unprecedented circumstances brought about by COVID-19. Congratulations to all of our award recipients and their families.”
At the ceremony, 117 seniors received one or more awards and/or scholarships for outstanding performance in academics, athletics and involvement in school organizations.
Scholarships totaling approximately $100,000 were awarded to seniors at the awards night by local businesses, organizations and groups.
“We would like to acknowledge the academic success, leadership, sportsmanship and integrity of each of these fine King Philip students,” Superintendent Zinni said. “Every single one of these recognitions are testaments to our students’ abilities and talents. I’m certain that all of these students have bright futures ahead of them and each one of them will have profound impacts that will change the world.”
To view the full list of scholarship and award recipients, click here.