Bridgehampton High School is proud to announce that seniors Madeline Grabb and Jaden Campbell have been named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the Class of 2020.
Madeline’s well-rounded high school résumé includes taking numerous college level, Advanced Placement and honors courses. She is a member of the school’s robotics team and the National Honor Society and has taken advantage of many educational opportunities while a student. From being a member of Guild Hall’s Teen Arts Council, editing college essays for her peers, serving as a volunteer for The Hampton Ballet Theatre School and Maureen’s Haven at Temple Adas Israel, receiving the Daughters of American Revolution Good Citizen Award, serving as a panelist for the East End Youth Leadership Conference and knitting hundreds of preemie caps for neonatal units across the country, Madeline lives to her motto of “If something interests you, spend time finding out why.” Madeline – who expressed gratefulness to her family and teachers for their compassion and engagement – will join the freshman class of Stanford University in the fall.
Jaden has also taken numerous AP, honors and college level courses in her high school career. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, marimba ensemble, drama club and varsity cheer team. She has participated in various volunteer opportunities including blood drives, beach cleanups and musical performances at a local retirement home. Jaden is dedicated to maintaining good grades and has consistently been named to the school’s High Honor Roll, she is a scholar-athlete and finds if you fully commit to both sports and academics, there is a way to achieve a successful balance. Jaden left these inspiring words for future graduates of Bridgehampton High School: “create the future you want for yourself.” She will attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
On behalf of the entire Bridgehampton School District community – CONGRATULATIONS!