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The Spectrum Senior Alt Superlatives – Class of 2019

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The superlatives at Dartmouth High School represent the best of the best the senior class has to offer. As a student body, we come together to elect the fiercest academics, the hardest working humanitarians, and the class favorites. These superlatives, albeit classic, don’t capture the everyday magic happening in the halls. The two of us came up with some alternative superlatives that we think better represent us as a class.

Best Wishes,

Rebecca Benoit and Reilly Leconte


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Jason Gin – Most Likely To Take Over The World (Quietly).


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Oona Clarke – Most Likely To become a Superhero.


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Ansel Marcovici – Most Likely To Go To the Moon.


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Nina Lamarre – Most Likely To Be a Bestselling Author.


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Noah Derrick – Most Likely To Think Cereal is a Soup.


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Mckenzie Canuel – Most Likely To End Up On Broadway.


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Kate Jones – Most Likely To Brighten Your Day.


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Nate Oliver – Most Likely To Win the Super Bowl.


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Izaiah Farr – Most Likely To Be a Social Media Influencer.


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Olivia Vital – Most Likely To Leave Dartmouth and Never Come Back.


 

 

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Paul Jasmin – Most Likely To Be US President.


 

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Charlotte Correiro – Best Shoulder to Cry On.


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Cody Santos – Most Likely to Win the Lottery.


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Amy Manny – Most Likely to Win a Grammy.


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Sarah Sughrue – Most Likely to Lead a Protest.


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Normandy Beery – Best Procrastinator.


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Lauryn Coelho – Best Car.

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