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Noelle Vincze

Noelle Vincze hails from from Lakeville, MA and graduated from Samuel Fuller School in Middleboro.  She attends Lutheran Church of the Way in Raynham.  Noelle is an exceptional student who is ranked #2 in her class, an AP scholar and received the Brown University Book Award her junior year.   Her future academic and career plans include studying civil engineering and then working to create a sustainable infrastructure and a cleaner environment for impoverished communities.

Noelle is very active beyond the classroom, earning varsity letters in field hockey and lacrosse.  This past fall Noelle was named a field hockey all-star for SouthCoast Today.  She is the vice-president of the National Honor Society, a member of student council, active with the trivia team, and a student ambassador.  Noelle is a gifted musican who has played the violin in the Southeastern Districts Orchestra, earning a perfect score and Konzertmeister distinction (the leader of the first violin section in an orchestra) her freshmen year and an all state her recommendation junior year.  She attends the Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School on top of weekly violin lessons.  Noelle has shared her gift of music with the school community at school Masses, numerous events and also plays at her Church each week.  Additionally, she volunteers for My Brothers Keeper and the Buzzards Bay Coalition.

Noelle is hoping to study in Europe full time and has applied to Carlos III University of Madrid in Spain; University of Pecs and Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungary; Maastricht University and Eindhoven University in the Netherlands.  Additionally, Noelle has applied to Cornell University and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst should she study in the United States. 

About her high school experience, Noelle noted, “Bishop Stang has not only equipped me with the necessary skills to excel as a future engineer, but has also instilled a desire within me to make a difference in the world. I will forever be grateful to my teachers and coaches who stood as constant role models in my life and for all the incredible friends I have grown to know in the past four years in the Stang community.”




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