Salem High School Receives Abraxas Award from Bowdoin College
Story posted August 06, 2001
Bowdoin College has given this year’s Abraxas Award to Salem High School in Salem, N.H.
Two of the school’s students, Christian Johnson and Amy Titcomb, earned a combined grade point average of 3.815 during the 2000-01 academic year at Bowdoin.
The Abraxas Award is given each year to the secondary school sending two or more graduates to Bowdoin, whose representatives maintain the highest standing during their first year at the College.
The Award, established in 1915 by the Abraxas Society, is an engraved pewter plate, which will be presented to Salem High School.
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