Olivia Elsaid Selected As Auburn Superintendent's Scholar

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Superintendent Maryellen Brunelle congratulates Auburn High senior Olivia Elsaid on her achievements. Photo Credit: Daniel Castro

AUBURN, Mass. — Auburn High School's Olivia Elsaid was recognized as the superintendent's scholar this year, an addition to a long list of honors and achievements for the senior.

Currently ranked at the top of her class, Elsaid plays on the varsity soccer team and is also president of the National Honor Society and vice president of International Club.

She has also been awarded excellence in AP English Language and Composition, Spanish and U.S. History.

Recently, Elsaid received the Harvard Prize Book Award, an honor given to 300 public and private school students from as far as Greece.

"In addition to lettering in soccer, indoor and outdoor track, Olivia has selflessly volunteered with the Special Olympics for five years," Elsaid's teachers said in their recommendation. "Her warmth and kindness are infectious, and she is the type of student that every other school dreams of having in their learning community."

Elsaid and other superintendent's scholars were honored for their achievement at a luncheon at Clark University in January.

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