2018-02-22 / Community News

Senior selected as BHS winner for MPA’s Principal Award


Aaron Dutremble Aaron Dutremble Biddeford High School Senior Aaron Dutremble was selected as winner of the 2018 Maine Principals’ Association Principal’s Award. The award is given annually to a senior from each high school who displays excellence in academic achievement and citizenship.

“Aaron is one of the finest young men walking the halls of Biddeford High School,” said principal of Biddeford High School, Jeremie Sirois. “He is a kind, young man who treats students and adults with respect on a daily basis. Losing a student like Aaron to graduation will be a tremendous loss for our school. He is a young man of many talents and a leader in the school.”

In addition to his kind manner, Dutremble has achieved academic success with a 3.39 GPA and attends the Biddeford Regional Center of Technology as part of the Early Child Education program. He is a three-sport athlete who plays soccer, indoor track and outdoor track. He plans to attend Bridgewater State in the fall and study secondary education.

Dutremble, along with recipients from every high school in Maine, will be honored at a Maine Principals’ Association sponsored luncheon. The luncheon will take place April 7 in Bangor. At the luncheon, Dutremble will be in the running for one of several $1,000 scholarships.

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