JHS Students of the Year 2014-15
Jamestown High School is proud to announce its Students of the Year. Congratulations to these talented students!
Michael Andalora, a freshman at Jamestown High School, is the son of Paul and Lisa Andalora. He is the Co-President of the JHS freshman class of 2018, an active member in JHS Student Council and JHS Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Michael is a member of the JHS Varsity Soccer team, JHS JV Football team and the JHS Freshman-JV Basketball teams; he is a captain and a leader on his soccer team as well as his basketball team. In the community, Michael volunteers at his church, participates in around-town cleanups, and helps out with youth athletics as a coach or just as an instructor in a camp. Michael is in the top 10% in his class, he has received prestigious awards academically and for having good character, including the Milton C. Brown award, numerous coaches’ awards, and Student of the Month. After high school, Michael plans to attend Alfred State to pursue a career in Physical Therapy in the Jamestown area.
Amelia Dolce, a sophomore at Jamestown High School, is the daughter of Tony and Anne Dolce. Amelia is in her thirteenth year of ballet at the Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet where she has been involved in numerous Nutcracker and Spring Gala performances. In addition, Amelia plays French horn in the JHS Concert Band, is a cellist in the JHS Concert Orchestra, and sings soprano in the JHS A Cappella Choir. Amelia is the Historian for the Class of 2017 and is a member of the JHS Key Club. Amelia enjoys being a member of the JHS Cross Country Team and is also an active member of her church youth group at Holy Apostles Parish. Upon graduation from high school, Amelia would like to pursue a career in music.
Abbie Todaro, a junior at Jamestown High School, is the daughter of Jim and Pattie Todaro. Abbie is currently co-president of her class, is a member of the National Honor Society and has been selected as co-vice president for next year, and serves on the student disciplinary committee. She is also a member of the Lady Raider’s Varsity volleyball team. Outside of school, Abbie plays volleyball for her club travel team, JAVA, and was the captain of her team. She also takes dance lessons with Demarco School of Dance. Abbie was selected as one of the representatives for Empire Girls State in June 2015, was awarded the George Eastman Young Leaders Award from University of Rochester, and most recently, selected as a representative for the Distinguished Young Women’s Scholarship program in November. After graduation, Abbie plans to study Economics and pursue a career in law.
Katie Andalora, a senior at Jamestown High School, is the daughter of Paul and Lisa Andalora. In school, she has been a member and captain of the JHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team and JHS Junior Varsity Basketball Team. She has also been a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, A Cappella Choir, Student Organization, and is the Vice President for 2015 Class Council. In her spare time, she enjoys doing Zumba at the YMCA, spending time with friends and family, and volunteers at her church in the nursery, as well as at Camp Mission Meadows. Katie has earned many academic awards including Student of the Month, All Western New York Scholar Athlete Award, The Barbara Quackenbush Scholarship, The Roskamp Award, The Senator Jess J. Present Scholarship, and the NYS Senate Youth Leadership Recognition Award. After high school, Katie plans to attend Jamestown Community College for two years and then transfer to SUNY Cortland where she will major in Education.