PVM recognizes Top 5 students in Class of 2024

As graduation approaches, Paul V. Moore High School has honored its Top 5 students in the Class of 2024, a group officials touted as ambitious, hardworking students but also tremendous members of their communities.

Truman Remenicky earned valedictorian status, Arieana Fenton was honored as salutatorian, Kate Hayes was named the laureate (3rd in class), Sofia Sherman was given superintendent’s honors (4th) and Ian Attle and Thomas Hogeboon received co-principal’s honors (tied for 5th).

“This is a wonderful group of dedicated students,” said Dr. Heidi Sweeney, Executive Principal at Paul V. Moore High School. “They are civic-minded, caring and have great personalities. We are so proud of them!”

Class of 2024 Commencement will be held Friday, June 28 beginning at 6 p.m. in SUNY Oswego’s Marano Campus Center.

Below is a little more information on each honoree.

CS Top 5 Class of 2024

Truman Remenicky, Valedictorian (1st in Class)

Parents: Marcy Lake, Patrick Remenicky
Elementary: Brewerton Elementary
Extracurriculars: Mock Trial Vice President, Science Club President, National Honor Society Vice President, Math Team, Rocket Club, Intern/Volunteer at The MOST, Astrophysics Researcher through Princeton, Data Science Researcher through Princeton, Captain of Men’s Gymnastics Team at Blaze Gymnastics, Captain of Central Square Varsity Diving Team
Future plans: Diving and studying Physics and Mechanical Engineering at MIT
Career goals: Develop robotics/technology for space exploration and cosmological research
Advice to others: Don’t be afraid to take risks and try something new. You never know what amazing things you may stumble upon.

Arieana Fenton, Salutatorian (2nd in Class)

Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Fenton
Elementary: Elmcrest (Liverpool) Elementary K-1, Brewerton Elementary (2-5)
Extracurriculars: Mock Trial (President & Captain), DECA (President), National Honor Society, Volunteer w/ MHE Dance, Interned at Wolfenden Law Firm, Attended the 2024 Syracuse Community Initiative
Future plans: Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University Lincoln Center, majoring in Global Business with a concentration in Marketing and Consumer Insights, minoring in Business Law & Ethics.
Career goals: I plan on pursuing a career in international marketing. Eventually, I would like to start my own business.
Advice: Take the time to appreciate the journey. Although it may be scary or nerve-wracking, we will be all the better for it.

Kate Hayes, Laureate (3rd in Class)

Parents: Jodi Hayes + Ed Hayes
Elementary: Millard Hawk Elementary
Extracurriculars: Varsity Tennis, National Honor Society
Future plans: Playing Tennis and majoring in Biology at SUNY Oswego
Career goals: Pursue a career in optometry
Advice: Try to keep up with schoolwork so that you can have fun out of school and not have to worry about it. Try to get involved in sports, clubs and extracurriculars so you can make lifelong friends and connections.

Sofia Sherman, Superintendent’s Honors (4th in Class)

Angela and Ken Sherman 
Elementary: CSI
Extracurriculars: Class Officer – Secretary, National Honor Society President, JV/Varsity Volleyball Captain, DECA, Student Rep. on Board of Education and East Ave. Deli/Sundae’s Best employee
Future plans: Attending University at Albany for Biology
Career goals: Physician’s Assistant specializing in Dermatology
Advice: Philippians 4:13 - I can do all things through Him who strengthens me. 

Ian Attle, Co-Principal’s Honors (5th in Class)

Shoutout: A nameless judge in Oswego who inspired me who used to be my attorney
Elementary: Millard Hawk/CSI
Extracurriculars: DECA, District Committee IT Member, Student Peer Tutor (Business Law), Internship Hours 128, Volunteer Hours 183, Seal of Civic Readiness, Seal of CDOS, NYS Business/Marketing Honor Society, High Honor Roll, OCAY League
Future plans: University at Buffalo to obtain BA in Law, then become a Juris Doctor (Still debating law school, but likely UB or Syracuse)
Career goals: District Attorney is my goal after college but I would gladly accept being a judge
Advice: “Dr. Randy Pausch stated, ‘Tenacity is the greatest virtue.’ I held onto this belief for the longest time as I have solidified my love for law, rooted in love for my community. A great judge that is currently in Oswego that used to be my attorney always provided me with the hope and motivation when times got difficult. Remember to keep your eyes on the prize ahead. I am rooting for you.” -Your future District Attorney, Ian Attle

Thomas Hogeboon, Co-Principal’s Honors (5th in Class)

Thomas completed his senior year of high school while concurrently attending his freshman year at Clarkson University. We are so proud of him for this! We have emailed him our survey, to appear here in the future