Creative Design Student Wins Outstanding Vocational Technical Student Award

Creative Design Student Wins Outstanding Vocational Technical Student Award
Posted on 03/04/2021
mava awardAnita Cuddihy, CRLS Class of 2021, a 3rd year Creative Design student in RSTA has been selected as the recipient of the 35th annual Outstanding Vocational Student Award.

The Outstanding Vocational Student Award is presented each year by the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) and the Massachusetts Vocational Association (MVA) to one student from each vocational technical high school in Massachusetts. The award recognizes students who have made significant contributions to their local school district and to the statewide vocational education system. Recipients must have excellent attendance, a minimum of a 3.5 GPA and vocational-related work experience. The students must demonstrate leadership qualities, technical competence, involvement in the community and extracurricular activities.

Congratulations, Anita! As an Adams Scholar and member of the National Honors Society, Anita's excellent work and dedication over the last four years at CRLS have earned her this recognition. Anita deserves our highest respect and deepest admiration. Anita is a hard worker, collaborative, helpful and a great role model for her peers. She has had near perfect attendance for the past three years. We are very proud of Anita and of what she has done for this school whether it has been your numerous design contests and awards in the Creative Design Program or your awards and recognition for Lighting and Set Design as part of CRLS Theater Tech.

Anita has been a positive role model for others in the school and Rindge is better for your being such an amazing and talented student! Anita has not only found success as a creative individual, she has also found success at CRLS where she has proven herself to be a hard working academic. Over the course of her high school career, she has taken 8 AP courses. Anita is also bilingual in Chinese and speaks conversational French. She is currently taking a Fundamentals of Website Development course at Harvard Extension School after taking a Principles of Economics course last semester.

Congratulations Anita for being a truly Outstanding Student who has earned and deserves the recognition of this award. We wish Anita the very best in her future as she has been accepted into NYU - Stern School of Business.
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