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Six members of the St. Mary’s High School Class of 2019 are service academy bound. 
The graduates are all preparing for their upcoming induction days at U.S. service academies, military prep or ROTC programs at various institutions. Two members of the Class of 2019 will attend the U.S. Naval Academy this year, while four students received ROTC scholarships.

Maggie Aumiller will attend the U.S. Naval Academy and will join the women’s lacrosse team. Maggie was a member of St. Mary’s High School’s girls varsity basketball and lacrosse teams. She was awarded with St. Mary’s C. Markland Kelly Award and was selected as 2019 McCormick Unsung Heroes Honoree. She is also a St. Mary’s Parvis Scholar, a member for the National Honor Society and received the State of Maryland Merit Scholastic Award and President’s Award for Educational Excellence.

Callum Hadley will attend the Virginia Military Institute on a four-year Army ROTC scholarship. Callum was a member of St. Mary’s High School’s varsity football team and received the Coaches Award in 2018. Callum was also a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.

Raymond Healy will attend the University of Maryland on a three-year Army ROTC scholarship. Raymond was a member of St. Mary’s varsity football and wrestling teams and received the 2019 Unsung Hero Award and Saints Award for wrestling. Raymond was also a member of the St. Mary’s Saint Isidore Cyber Program, National Honor Society, and Spanish National Honor Society and was honored as an Iron Saint. He also received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence.

Cole Randolph will attend the U.S. Naval Academy. Cole was a member of St. Mary’s boys cross country and swimming teams. He received the 2018 MVP Award for cross country and 2019 Coaches Award for swimming. Cole is a member of the National Honor Society and was honored as an Iron Saint.

Claire Richardson will attend Villanova University on a four-year Navy ROTC scholarship. Claire was a member of St. Mary’s girls varsity basketball and lacrosse teams. She received the 2019 Coaches Award for basketball and 2019 Coaches Award for lacrosse. Claire was also awarded the Ronald Reagan Leadership Medal, received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence, and was a member of the Saint Isidore Cyber Program and National Honors Society in addition to being honored as an Iron Saint.

Robert Wilson will attend the University of Maryland on a four-year Army ROTC scholarship. Robert received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence, was a member of the National Honor Society and was a St. Mary’s Parvis Scholar.
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