Foxborough Regional Charter School Announce Valedictorian, Salutatorian of the Class of 2024

Foxborough Regional Charter school is pleased to announce the valedictorian and salutatorian of the graduating class of 2024. These two students have devoted countless long hours and a tremendous amount of hard work and dedication to their studies at FRCS to receive this recognition.
Yashaswi Panamakuri
Yashaswi Panamakuri, Class of 2024 Valedictorian
Valedictorian Yashaswi Panamakuri has attended Foxborough Regional Charter School since sixth grade and held numerous leadership positions in many extracurriculars throughout her years. She served as the secretary of the National Honors Society and the National Art Honors Society; co-captain of the debate and mock trial teams; and has been a member of the National Green Schools Society for the past 3 years.
Outside of school, Yashaswi has been training in Carnatic vocal music and Kuchipudi dance for the past 12 years. She also has been part of a non-profit for the past 14 years where she is involved in service activities, participates in cultural events and mentors young children in music.
Reflecting on her involvement in her academics and extracurriculars, Yashaswi has grown to appreciate the value of dedication and self-discipline when it comes to achieving goals. Her consistent involvement with service also highlights her commitment to giving back to her community. Yashaswi will forever be grateful to her parents and family for all their love, support, and guidance throughout her life.
In the fall, Yashaswi will be attending the honors college at the University of Massachusetts Amherst to pursue computer science. In college, she also plans to continue practicing music and dance, while also being involved in community service.
Tahir Husain
Tahir Husain, Class of 2024 Salutatorian
As the Foxborough Regional Charter School Class of 2024 salutatorian, Tahir Husain has shown exceptional dedication and passion for learning. Throughout high school, Tahir has been a member of numerous clubs and societies like NHS, NSHS, Student Council as treasurer, and Student Union by Culture — helping to plan successful events such as an Arab Heritage Month event, a Multicultural Day, and prom. Working within these organizations has emphasized the importance of working with a diverse group of individuals alongside the necessity of being driven and openly advocating for your needs. 
Tahir also takes away the values and ethics that his family instilled in him, and he thanks all his friends for shaping him into the person he is today. He would like to give a very special thanks to his parents who have constantly pushed him to explore new opportunities and supported him and his dreams. 
Tahir’s dreams involve his lifelong passion: video games. Through a deep interest in technology, Tahir hopes to become a game designer and developer. As he moves forward, Tahir plans to attend the University of Massachusetts Amherst to study computer science in the pursuit of a bachelor’s in science, a master’s in science, and a master’s in business administration.