Verona High School’s student news site, The Fairviewer, has compiled its annual list of the post-graduation plans of the senior class.
Three members of the VHS class of 2018 will be serving their country by enlisting in the military, though The Fairviewer does not indicate which branch of service they will be entering. One student will be taking a gap year, a year off between high school and college.
Forty-two seniors will be continuing their education in New Jersey, at colleges ranging from Montclair State University to Rutgers University, with two students enrolling in Stevens Institute of Technology and another two at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).
Pennsylvania and Connecticut are top destinations for those going out of state, but VHS ’18 will also be headed to universities in Alabama, California, the District of Columbia, Florida, Iowa, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Vermont. Three students will be doing college out of the United States: one in Canada, one in Italy and one in Kyrgyzstan, a former Soviet republic in Central Asia.
VHS ’18’s valedictorian, Brian Feury, is going to the University of Notre Dame, while its salutatorian, Andrew Siegelin, will be attending Georgetown University.
The Fairviewer compiles its list from student interviews and the list does not include all the schools to which these students were accepted. MyVeronaNJ.com will be profiling the post-graduation plans of several Class of 2018 students as part of its annual “What’s Next” series. You can read the full Fairviewer list here.