MILLIS -- Millis High School is proud to announce the valedictorian and salutatorian for its graduating Class of 2018.

Nicholas Steiner will be recognized at graduation ceremonies as the class valedictorian. He achieved the highest cumulative grade point average for the class. A a member of Millis High School’s chorus and National Honor Society, he has been the recipient of the Harvard Book Award and the George Washington University Medal for Excellence in Science.

Steiner is very active at the Franklin School for the Performing Arts, where he has been a member of the Broadway Lads and Broadway Light Musical Theater Troupe. He has performed in various musicals including "Shrek," "The Little Mermaid," "Beauty and the Beast," "Spamalot," and "Les Miserables," and has served as accompanist for a number of shows.

He will attend Northeastern University, where he will study engineering and also pursue vocal performance. Steiner is the son of Brian and Christine Steiner of Millis.

Elana Carleton is Millis High School’s salutatorian. She has been an active member of Leo’s Club, Amnesty Club, and Chemistry Club. She is president of Common Ground and secretary of National Honor Society. She was the recipient of the Barnard College Book Award. Carleton has also been involved as a tutor and has participated in more than 200 hours of community service in high school.

Carleton plans to major in biochemistry and molecular biology at the Commonwealth College of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is the daughter of Robert and Donna Carleton of Millis.

Millis High School will graduate a class of 109 students during its 115th commencement  exercises on June 7 at 6:30 in the high school gymnasium.