Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2024 announced!

A student standsSchoharie CSD has announced its valedictorian and salutatorian for 2024!

Sophia Styles has been named valedictorian of Schoharie Jr./Sr. High School’s Class of 2024. She has attended Schoharie Central School since kindergarten. She is the daughter of Carrie and John Styles.

Sophia is involved in several clubs, including the Youth Belonging Leadership Team (YBLT), Key Club, and is vice president of National Honor Society. She has volunteered at the Schoharie Free Library, served on the NYS Governor’s Youth Council, and works on a blueberry farm in the summer. Sophia is involved in every musical ensemble and production she is able to participate in, and absolutely loved playing the role of Mary Poppins this year. She has also played on the varsity tennis and volleyball teams. In her free time, Sophia enjoys playing pickleball, hanging out with her friends, practicing piano, listening to indie rock or jazz, and watching movies.

After graduation, Sophia plans on attending Buffalo State University to major in music education, and hopes to find time to minor in some kind of visual art. She wants to thank her parents for always encouraging her to do her best and supporting her interests. Sophia would also like to thank her teachers for helping her become a better student–and person–every day.

A student sits on an ATVDaniel Cater as been named salutatorian of Schoharie Jr./Sr. High School’s Class of 2024. He has attended Schoharie Central School since kindergarten. He is the son of Chris and Sandy Cater. His sister, Savannah, graduated from Schoharie in 2020.
Daniel is a member of the National Honor Society. He has participated in modified and JV basketball. He has also volunteered his time to recreate the elementary library website. Outside of school, he enjoys the outdoors, riding ATVs, and working on computer programming projects. In the summer he works at The Olde Tater Barn as a cook.

After high school, Daniel plans on attending Siena College to pursue a degree in computer science. Daniel would like to thank his parents and teachers for supporting him throughout the years and for all of the memories.