Maple Grove Senior High announces that this year’s “Triple A” Award nominees are seniors Angie Davison and Mario Calabria.
Established in 1988, the Academics, Arts, and Athletics Award (Triple A Award) is sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League. The award is given to high school seniors who have a “B” or better grade point average and who participate in league-sponsored athletic and fine arts activities.
Maple Grove Senior High commends these two students on their hard work and dedication over the last three years, not only for their involvement in school but community volunteer work as well.
Angie is a Link Crew member who maintains a 3.894 grade point average. She is the daughter of Jim and Cori Davison of Maple Grove. She is a member of the Crimson Choral as well as her athletic activities.
She has participated in two sports at Maple Grove Senior High. In soccer she is a three-year letter winner. She was captain both her junior and senior year and received All-Conference honors both years. Angie’s basketball accomplishments are four letter winner, All-Conference winner as a junior and being a member of two teams at the state tournament. She has been selected to play in the MGBCA All-Star Basketball Series.
Angie is a A honor roll student and a member of the National Honor Society. She participated in the Northwest Suburban Leadership Conference and will be attending Northern Iowa University on a basketball scholarship.
Mario academically maintains a 3.957 grade point average while taking HP physics and AP calculus. He is the son of Mark and Marie Calabria of Plymouth. He is a member of the Varsity Choir at Maple Grove Senior High.
He has lettered two years in swimming and Nordic Skiing. Mario qualified for the Nordic Skiing state tournament that took place on Feb. 14. He also participated in musicals at Maple Grove Junior High and Maple Grove Senior High. Mario was selected for Crimson Harmony which is selected vocal group at the senior high.
Mario is a member of the National Honor Society and Link Crew. He participated at the Northwest Suburban Leadership Conference this past fall. Mario will be attending Michigan Tech University on the Leading Scholar Award that is a full tuition scholarship that is awarded to only 6 students.