Chelmsford High School announces December Students of the Month

CHELMSFORD, Massachusetts (December 20, 2023) – Six seniors were recently honored as Chelmsford High School named its Lions Pride/Rotary Student of the Month recipients for December, announced CHS Principal Stephen Murray.

Seniors receiving recognition were Bryn Munson and Moiz Canteenwala from Emerson House, William Larsen and Cailin Deutschmann of Hawthorne House and Caitlin Correa and Sarah Windoloski from Whittier House.

Bryn Munson

A member of the National Honor Society (NHS) and the Science National Honor Society (SNHS), Ms. Munson is currently enrolled in Physics, Statistics, Modern World Literature, Civics, Honors Anatomy and Physiology, Advanced Gym and Office Career Exploration.

A vital member of both the soccer and indoor track teams, Ms. Munson also involved in the CHS Mentor Program. Described as “extremely conscientious,” she has been awarded the Sportsmanship Award for soccer and the Massachusetts State Seal of Biliteracy in American Sign Language.

When she’s not in the classroom or on the field or track, Ms. Munson can be found volunteering her time at the Harrington Craft Fair, for Toys for Tots or at children’s track camps.

Ms. Munson plans to attend a four-year university to study nursing, with the hopes of becoming a pediatric nurse.

She is the daughter of Abby and Justin Munson.

Moiz Canteenwala

Described as “a really caring student with a big heart,” Mr. Canteenwala is enrolled in AP Computer Science Principles, AP Psychology, Honors Physics, AP Environmental Science, American History Through Film, Calculus and English 12.

A member of the Melting Pot Club and Leadership in Motion Everywhere (LIME), Mr. Canteenwala is also involved with Theatre Guild and the CPS Tech Crew.

In addition to his academics and extracurriculars, Mr. Canteenwala is a dedicated member of the Lowell Youth Orchestra who is also striving to become an Eagle Scout.

After graduating, Mr. Canteenwala plans to attend a four-year college to study computer science or computer engineering.

He is the son of Manisha and Taizoon Canteenwala.

William Larsen

Inducted into the NHS, SNHS and Spanish National Honor Society (SHH), Mr. Larsen is taking a rigorous course load that includes AP Physics, AP Calculus, AP Literature and Composition, AP Computer Science Principles, Principles of Engineering, Business Career Pathways and Reality Check 2.0.

Active in indoor and outdoor track and field and soccer, Mr. Larsen has achieved numerous athletic accolades. In addition, he volunteers his time as a coach to students with disabilities and at soccer clinics.

Mr. Larsen has also participated in LIME while at CHS.

Described as a “phenomenal person who has a great outlook on life,” Mr. Larsen plans to attend college in the fall with a focus on mechanical engineering.

He is the son of Susanne and Eric Larsen.

Cailin Deutschmann

Inducted into four Honor Societies, Ms. Deutschmann is taking a challenging course load that includes AP Psychology, AP Environmental Science, AP Government and Politics, AP Literature and Composition, Statistics, Honors Concert Choir, Reality Check and Sociology.

A member of the NHS, SNHS, National English Honor Society (NEHS) and the World Language Honor Society, Ms. Deutschmann is also an active member of the Women in STEM Club, Melting Pot Club, LIME, the Crescendos and the CHS Theatre Guild.

Ms. Deutschmann’s hard work in the music program have resulted in her being named the 2023 and 2024 Senior District Vocalist and being selected as an Honors Concert Choir member.

Described as “an ambitious young woman,” Ms. Deutschmann plans to attend college in the fall with a focus on music or biology.

She is the daughter of Margaret Morrissey and John Deutschmann.

Caitlin Correa

A member of NHS, SHH and the National Speech and Debate Honor Society, Ms. Correa is currently enrolled in AP Calculus, AP Pyhsics, AP Spanish, Modern World Literature, Principles of Engineering, Architecture and Civil Engineering and Reality Check.

Beyond the classroom, Ms. Correa is an active member of Interact Club and the Freshman Mentor Program, and also serves as a lab tech in the Science Department.

During her years at CHS, Ms. Correa was also a member of the varsity swim and dive and softball teams; she also plays club softball.

Described as “memorable, dynamic and charming,” Ms. Correa plans to attend college in the fall to study physics, math or mechanical engineering; she has already been accepted into Queens University in Kingston, Ontario.

She is the daughter of Christine and Arthur Correa.

Sarah Windoloski

Inducted into the NHS, NEHS and SNHS, Ms. Windoloski is currently enrolled in AP Literature and Composition, AP Physics, AP Calculus, Environmental Studies, Intermediate Architectural Drawing & Civil Engineering, Robotics and Reality Check.

A recipient of a College Book Award last spring, Ms. Windoloski was also recognized as a National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Student for her high PSAT score.

Described as “highly intelligent and an extremely diligent student,” Ms. Windoloski is a member of the Interact Club and the Dungeons and Dragons Club.

Outside of school, Ms. Windoloski keeps herself busy volunteering at the Chelmsford Food Pantry, Household Goods, the Chelmsford Public Library and participating in the CHS Door Painting Project.

Upon graduation, Ms. Windoloski plans to attend a college or university to study mathematics.

She is the daughter of Nancy Currier and Mark Windoloski.

About Chelmsford Public Schools

The Chelmsford Public School District provides all students with multiple pathways to optimize their own potential for academic excellence, leadership, and social and emotional wellness. The mission of the Chelmsford Public Schools is to educate, engage, prepare, and empower well-rounded and knowledgeable learners to PERSEVERE through challenges, demonstrate RESPECT and INTEGRITY in their words and actions, are DEDICATED to their community, and display EMPATHY as global citizens while discovering and pursuing their full potential.  This PRIDE-driven culture enables all members of the school community to support the growth and development of students.  For more information, please visit