This post originally appeared on Northeastern Global News. It was published by Cyrus Moulton.

For the second year in a row, a record number of Boston public high school valedictorians have chosen to attend Northeastern University, with 13 students at the top of their class set to become Huskies in the fall.

The number includes 12 students of the Boston Public Schools and one student from a Boston public charter school. 

The number of valedictorians from Boston Public Schools selecting Northeastern is four times as many as any other college in the Boston area, according to BPS.

Last year, 11 valedictorians from Boston public high schools matriculated at the university, tying a record from 2020.

The complete list of valedictorians, the name of their Boston public high school and the Northeastern college they will enroll in:

  • Jakayla Furr, Fenway High School, Bouve College of Health Sciences.
  • Ariya Patel, Boston Arts Academy, College of Arts, Media and Design.
  • Yong Di Huang, Charlestown High School, Khoury College of Computer Sciences.
  • Aisha Mahamud, Dearborn STEM Academy, Bouve College of Health Sciences.
  • Jailey Chavarria Gutierrez, East Boston High School, D'Amore-McKim School of Business.
  • Korvin Nguyen, Excel High School, College of Engineering.
  • Joseph Leo Doherty, John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics and Science, College of Science.
  • Hui Yan Lei, Josiah Quincy Upper School, Khoury College of Computer Sciences.
  • Jaslyn Fernandez, Margarita Muniz Academy, College of Arts, Media and Design.
  • Courtney Sarfo, New Mission High School, College of Social Sciences and Humanities.
  • Rosmery Martinez, Snowden International School, undeclared.
  • Ferdinand Yudha Hartono, TechBoston Academy, D'Amore-McKim School of Business.
  • Connor Murphy, Boston Collegiate Charter School, College of Engineering

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