Millis High School Announces Valedictorian and Salutatorian for Class of 2022
Millis High School is proud to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for its graduating Class of 2022.
Colin Streck will be recognized at graduation ceremonies as the class Valedictorian. Colin achieved the highest cumulative grade point average for the class. Colin is a three-sport athlete, leading the cross-country, winter and spring track teams as captain senior year. A member of the Drama Club, and a STEAM Scholar, he has been involved in a host of other sports and volunteering opportunities. Academically, you will not find a grade of less than an A on Colin’s transcript. Treasurer of our National Honor Society and a Spanish Immersion student, Colin has been recognized for several awards, including the NESDEC Award for Academic Growth and Leadership, as well as excellence in AP course awards. It’s hard to find an award that Colin has not won. He is passionate about
math and computer science, and has been recognized for his aptitude in those realms with the Xerox Award for Innovation and Information Technology and the Rensselaer Medal, among others. In his limited free time, he enjoys miniature painting, board games, rock climbing, and playing guitar. He will be attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute next fall, where he will major in Computer Science and Mathematics. Colin is the son of Robert and Kathleen Streck of Millis.
Riley Conroy is Millis High School’s Salutatorian for the Class of 2022. During her time at Millis High School, Riley has earned several honors including the George Eastman Young Leaders Award, the Massachusetts Maritime Academy/Future Women Leaders in STEM Award, the Society of Women Engineers Certificate of Merit with Honors, the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents Certificate of Excellence, and has been recognized as an AP Scholar with Honors. President of the National Honor Society, Riley is also a STEAM Scholar and the correspondence secretary for the Chemistry Club. She is a three-sport varsity athlete on the girl’s varsity soccer, basketball, and track and field teams and has earned various awards including the coaches award for track and field and the MVP award for soccer sophomore year. Riley is also an active member of the Junior Leo’s Club, the Peer Leaders Club, and is Vice President of the Class of 2022 Student Council. Through her participation in these organizations, she has planned and supported dozens of community service events that benefit her classmates and her community. Riley will be attending the University of Virginia next fall, where she will be majoring in Biomedical Engineering. She is the daughter of Marc and Samantha Conroy of Millis.
Millis High School will graduate a class of 74 students during its 119th commencement exercises, being held on campus at Welch Memorial Field, June 2, 2022, at 6pm.