Honorarian: Gorov Sodhi
With the third-highest academic ranking in the Class of 2012, Gorov Sodhi is this year’s Honorarian. As president and a three-year member of the National Honor Society, he has met the highest expectations in both academics and service.
“Gorov is a scholar, leader, athlete, citizen and humanitarian,” said guidance counselor Margie Tockman. “He is one of the strongest college candidates I have ever seen in my career as a counselor.”
Scholastic honors abound for this four-year member of the High Honor Roll. In addition to being named an AP Scholar with Distinction, Gorov has won awards for excellence in Living Environment, Spanish III, AP World History, U.S. History, AP Environmental Science and AP Language.
Musically, Gorov is a three-year member of the symphonic band, playing French horn. Gorov has been a prominent member of the tennis and wrestling teams. His dedication was personified at this spring’s National Honor Society induction ceremony when he rushed over from a conflicting tennis match to honor the new inductees. He was two years All-Division for tennis, as well as All-Conference and the MVP in wrestling this year, and served as captain of both squads in his senior year (the last two years in tennis). He is also a recipient of the Superintendent’s Cup.
Gorov is a past member of SALT (Student Athlete Leadership Team), speaking to younger athletes about the dangers of substance abuse and the value of sportsmanship. He is a four-year member of DECA Club and a member of the Fight World Hunger Club.
Gorov will attend Boston College this fall, where he will study political science/pre-law.