Fortune, Dominie are Tupper Lake High’s top grads
TUPPER LAKE — Stephanie Fortune is the valedictorian and and Logan Dominie the salutatorian of the Tupper Lake High School graduating Class of 2020, the school has announced.
Fortune is the daughter of Frances and Maurice Fortune. As well as being a dedicated student, she has been very involved in extracurriculars throughout high school. She played varsity soccer (team captain) and basketball and ran outdoor track. As a member of the Red and Black Players (president), Stephanie has performed in countless plays and musicals, and attended annual NYSSMA (New York State School Music Association) and Area All State music festivals. In addition, she is a member of the newspaper club, band, chorus, ski club and student council and president of National Honor Society. She has been to Clarkson University’s three-year Horizons STEM program and was chosen to be an ambassador at the Hugh O’Brien Leadership Conference. A few of her awards include the Tricia Woods Pillar of Music Award, the RPI medal award, the Ralph Russell Memorial Award and Section X Athlete of Distinction, and she is currently a semifinalist in the Presidential Scholar program. She actively volunteers in her community and hopes to continue after high school. This fall she plans to study civil engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy.
Logan Dominie is the son of Michael and Melissa Dominie of Tupper Lake. He was a member of the National Honor Society and played varsity golf for four seasons. Logan was awarded the Clarkson Leadership Award in 11th grade for his outstanding character and success in academics. Logan was also awarded the George Weiss Memorial Golf Award three consecutive times for his dedication to the team along with his excellence in school. Additionally, Logan volunteered 54 hours over his junior and senior years with the Tupper Lake Youth Hockey Association as the official scorekeeper. He plans to attend Clarkson University in Potsdam this fall, majoring in civil engineering.