Saylor Tru Lewtschenko is proud to be named the Salutatorian of Cairo-Durham High School’s Class of 2019. Throughout her years at Cairo-Durham, she has participated in Mock Trial, Model United Nations, Student Council, and Yearbook. She has also been the Treasurer and President of National Honors Society in 11th and 12th grade, respectively. Additionally, she has been a large part of Cairo-Durham music department, being in 7 of the annual musicals and participating in NYSSMA solos, All-County Festivals, and Area-All State twice for flute. She has also participated heavily in choir and handbells in high school. Since Freshman year Saylor has consistently achieved high honor roll. Throughout high school, Saylor has taken 8 AP classes and was recognized as an AP Scholar with Honor. She was awarded the University of Rochester Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award and Cornell University Gellert Invitation. Since middle school and throughout high school, Saylor has embarked on numerous leadership conferences in Washington D.C. at American University, and Boston at UMass Lowell. Two, being related to medicine, sparked her curiosity in that honorable field. Moreover, her interest in the humanities, present in her dedication to government and policy, influenced her choice in career path. She will be attending the University of Rochester to study epidemiology in the Public Health (HEAL) 5-year Masters Program, with a possible minor in religion or music. Outside of school, since fourth grade, Saylor has participated in fencing. She will also be fencing and continuing flute at the University of Rochester and Eastman School of Music, respectively. Saylor plans on either working for the FDA/USDA, going to Medical School, or pursuing a DDS.
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