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Yale University

Congratulates these outstanding students from

Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School, New Haven.
Chosen by their high school, these students exemplify what is
best and brightest in the young people of our community.

Rowyn Davis

Candice Gosta

Ariel Hilario

Daughter of Stephen and Jennifer Davis

Daughter of Sharon Dixon-Gosta

and Edward Gosta Sr.

Son of Ariel and Barbara Hilaro

Will attend American University

of Paris
G.P.A. 4.0
National Honor Society
Student Council, president
New Haven Reads, volunteer tutor
Theatre Tech, eight shows
A.P. Scholar
Yearbook Committee
Peer Leader and Tutor

Will attend Maine College of Art

G.P.A. 4.0
National Honor Society
Ten Thousand Villages, volunteer
United Girls Choir
Maine College of Art Scholarship
Pippin School Musical, Played Theo
Curtains and The 25th Annual
Putnam County Spelling Bee School
Musical, Ensemble cast member

Will attend Marymount

Manhattan College
G.P.A. 4.0
National Honor Society
Peer Leadership
Red Cross, volunteer
Musician for Church
School Plays and Musicals
Presidential Scholarship
A.P. Scholar

Major: Undeclared
Career Goal: Undecided

Major: Painting
Career Goal: Art Teacher

Major: Cinema, Television

and Emerging Medias
Career Goal: Film Director/Writer

Tyler Holloway

Diamante Maldonado

Torre Payton-Jackson

Daughter of Tyrone and Rita Holloway

Daughter of Carlos and Quetcy Maldonado

Daughter of Tracy Payton and Allen Jackson

Will attend Yale University

Yale Young Global Scholar
National Academy of Future
Scientists and Technologists
Yale College Before College
Honors Program
The Yale Law Schools
Urban Education Policy and
Law Reading Group
Marshall-Brennan National High
School Moot Court Competition

Will attend Albertus Magnus

G.P.A. 4.0
Community Service, 60 hours
Created PSA for Department
of Justice
Four publications in the literary
magazine Metamorphosis
Had own play performed at
Yale Cabaret
Mediator for Windham Campbell

Will attend Fordham University

G.P.A. 3.88
Peer Leader
National Honor Society
Talent Show Organizer
St. Lawrence After School, volunteer
City-Wide Book Discussion
Marshall Brennan National Debate
First World Book Night, organizer

Major: Computer Science

Career Goal: Software Architect

Major: English
Career Goal: Undecided

Major: Urban Studies

Career Goal: Undecided

photos by:

Photo Credit: Robert Esposito

Supporting Our Local Youth

In the ONeill Playwriting Program, Yale
University students teach the craft of playwriting
to students at Cooperative Arts & Humanities
High School. The program culminates with
staged readings of student plays at Yale as part
of the Annual Festival of New Work.
Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School students and Yale mentors perform short bakeoff plays written by students during their annual retreat to the Eugene ONeill Theater Center.
Visit onhsa.yale.edu/ah for more information.

Contributing to a Strong New Haven