Elizabeth Lamont: Sacred Heart Academy celebrates 2017 Valedictorian

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Elizabeth Lamont

Scribe:  N. Tru Bass

Email:  ntb@thethinkering.com


Sacred Heart Academy is celebrating their newest valedictorian, Elizabeth Lamont.   The 18-year-old has impressed the administration for all four years in which she attended starting with being awarded the Sister Antonine Signorelli Scholarship for outstanding performance on the entrance exam. 

She is the daughter of Angus and Catherine Lamont of Hamden.

Lamont has decided to attend Vassar College in the fall and intends to study art and/or Art History, but a major has not been decided.  The scholar is member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, the French National Honor society.  She is also president of the Art Club, Co-Captain of the Golf Team and has been recognized by the Connecticut Association of Schools for Excellence in the Arts. 

In a recent report Elizabeth said, “What I love about Sacred Heart is that it is a place where everyone is loved, cared for, and given opportunities.”

Sacred Heart Academy was founded by the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in the Roman Catholic Tradition and committed to the expression of strong Christian values and intellectual growth provides a challenging college preparatory education.  They are located at 265 Benham Street, Hamden Connecticut. 

For more information for Sacred Heart Academy or to support the school click the following link, Sacred Heart Academy

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