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Meet the 2024 Valedictorians and Salutatorian

May 16, 2024
By Archbishop Carroll High School

Gabriella Kimbrough, Valedictorian, Oakwood

Gabriella will attend the University of Cincinnati as a member of the Connections BS/MD program. She plans to major in Biomedical Science and Spanish and is interested in Emergency Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery. At Carroll, Gabriella was the vice president of the Spanish Honor Society and a member of the National Honor Society. She received the AP Scholar with Distinction award. For volunteering, she received the National Community Merit, National Honor and National Ambassador Awards as well as the ServeOhio Community Impact Award. Gabriella was a two-time Academic All-Ohio Athlete in cross country and a senior captain of the Carroll Women's lacrosse team. She is grateful for her time at Carroll and looks forward to the next eight years at the University of Cincinnati.




Neil Tivakaran, Valedictorian, St. Luke School

Neil is the son of Dr. Sheila Cheruvelil and Dr. Vijai Tivakaran. During high school, Neil has served as Track and Field Captain, Cross-Country Captain, Math Club Co-President, Rubik’s Cubing Club Co-Founder, National Honor Society President, Spanish Club President, Spanish Honor Society Officer, TSA TEAMS Captain, and Community Engagement Team Student Ambassador. His greatest accomplishments include 3-time State Science Fair Qualifier, Melvin Scholar, National Merit Commended Scholar, AP Scholar with Distinction, 2022 Cross-Country Team Runner-Up, 7th Place at TSA TEAMS STEM Nationals, and Homecoming King. Neil will attend Harvard University in the fall and plans to become a physician in the future.





Logan Arnold, Salutatorian, St. Brigid School

Logan participated in a variety of activities, including Math Club, Spanish Club, National Honor Society and served as the school House Captain. He greatly enjoyed his four years of running varsity cross country and track and field.  His junior year, he helped his team earn State Runner Up in Cross Country and placed 8th in the state in the 1600-meter race. He deeply enjoyed participating in TSA TEAMS engineering contest, earning the opportunity to compete nationally both junior and senior year. Next year, he will attend the University of Dayton to major in electrical engineering and join their Division I Cross Country and Track Team.

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M-Fleisher says:
May 16, 2024 12:25 PM CST
Congratulations, Logan! Job well done! Keep going!

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