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Nicole Bazarian is chosen as Outstanding Vocational-Technical Student of the year at Minuteman High School in Lexington

Nicole Bazarian, a senior at Minuteman High School in Lexington, has been chosen as the school’s Outstanding Vocational-Technical Student of the year. 

The daughter of Virginia and Stephen Bazarian of Arlington, she is a health assisting vocational major. Nicole is co-president of the National Honor Society. She volunteers at New England Rehabilitation Hospital, where she has logged over 100 hours of volunteer service. She is a recipient of a John and Abigail Adams Scholarship and the Elmira College Key Award, which holds a scholarship value of $60,000 should she choose to attend Elmira College in New York.

Nicole has also been selected as the Good Citizen of Minuteman High School as part of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen program. She attended the SkillsUSA competition for Nurse Assisting and received a Bronze Medal at the state level. Nicole plans to continue her education, studying nursing at Regis College. Upon graduation from college, she would like to pursue her dream of working at Children’s Hospital in Boston.

Nicole was honored on April 10, along with dozens of exceptional young men and women from across Massachusetts who are their school’s Outstanding Vocational-Technical Students, at an awards ceremony and banquet held at Mechanics Hall in Worcester.  The event was sponsored by the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA), which Minuteman Superintendent-Director Dr. Edward A. Bouquillon is president of, and the Massachusetts Vocational Association (MVA).

Minuteman High School provides its students with a superb academic and technical education that readies them for professional success and gives them the ability to become contributing members of the community.  Minuteman’s rigorous, challenging curriculum prepares students to excel in an increasingly competitive 21st century global economy. In addition, Minuteman has numerous services available for the public at reasonable cost and of outstanding quality.  Please visit www.minuteman.org for more information on Minuteman High School.


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