Peter Brogan is the son of John and Karen Brogan. He has two younger siblings, Thomas who is currently a sophomore at West Genesee and Joey, a fifth-grader at Split Rock.
Peter takes pride in his academic achievements and has taken an extremely rigorous course load. Peter will have completed, upon graduating, eight Advanced Placement courses and two Syracuse University Project Advance classes. He is an Advanced Placement Scholar with Honors and received a score of 5 on four of his Advanced Placement exams. Peter is in the Top 10 of his class and has been on high honor roll throughout high school.
When not studying, Peter is involved in many extracurricular activities. He is senior class president, treasurer of Model United Nations and a member of the Academic Decathalon team that placed second in the NYS Championship. He also is a member of the Symphony and has participated in Pit Orchestra. He enjoys hanging out with his friends from Breckenridge and attending social gatherings. He attended Boy's State at SUNY Morrisville this past summer and has been a member of both the varsity cross-country and varsity track teams. In addition, Peter works part-time at Dunkin' Donuts.
Peter will be attending Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration next year to study real-estate and corporate finance relation to the hospitality industry.
Emmey Crossett is the daughter of Jerry and Linda Crossett, both graduates of West Genesee High School. She has an older brother, Shane, attending SUNY Cortland and a younger sister, Meghan, who is a sophomore.
Academically, Emmey took a challenging program every year and consistently demonstrated her skills and ability to earn outstanding grades in college level and honors courses. She was inducted to the National Honor Society and will receive a Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation. Emmey has always been motivated to do her absolute best, evident by her high honor roll status throughout her middle and high school years. She has been a member of Student Senate and Student Council.
Achievement in the classroom is mirrored by commitment and excellence in extracurricular activities. Emmey has been involved in activities both in and outside of school. She has been on the golf team for four years and a member of the volleyball team for three. Outside of school, Emmey keeps busy by dancing at Camillus Dance Centre, working part-time and babysiting.
Emmey will be attending SUNY Cortland next fall to major in secondary math education.