Congratulations to Antenella Ibrahim, a senior at Quincy High School, for being selected Quincy’s Outstanding Career Vocational & Technical Student of the Year! Antenella has excelled in the Health Care Technology Program at Quincy High School and has achieved many high school accomplishments, including enrollment in numerous Advanced Placement Courses, Class Rank of 67, GPA of 4.2, and a grade average of 97% in QHS Health Care Technology Program. Antenella is a member of the National Honor Society. Her many awards, honors, and certifications include CPR/AED certified, BLS certified, CNA Certification in progress, Student Athlete Award, Sportsmanship Award, and the Frank Santoro Leadership Award. She has taken full advantage of everything a comprehensive high school has to offer including college-bound academics, technical competence, extracurricular activities, and community service. This fall, Antenella will be attending Curry College, majoring in Nursing. Special thanks to Quincy School ~ Community Partners who interviewed candidates, viewed candidate presentations, and selected Quincy’s Outstanding Career Vocational & Technical Student of the Year! They include Meaghan Cassidy, Associate Vice President of Student Success & Partnerships, Quincy College, James Dunphy, President and CEO of South Shore Bank, Maria Fruchi, Manager, Charitable Giving and Community Relations, Stop & Shop Companies, John Miller, President and CEO of Quincy Credit Union, Mary Kate Paris, Director of Youth Services, MASSHIRE, Mike Rothberg, Financial Services Representative, Baystate Financial, and Stephen Wessling, President and CEO of Stephen J. Wessling Architects, Inc.