In addition to sharing high levels of scholarship, both are musicians who teach their instruments to younger students, both have won honors in math and science and both have held leadership positions in various organizations.
Morrison is a National Merit Scholar, IBM Scholar and a talented violinist, the school said in a news release.
Morrison has been co-president of the American Field Service Club, treasurer of the Spanish Club, captain of Ludlowe's team in the MSG Network's quiz show "The Challenge" and a member of the Mock Trial Club.
Morrison performed with Ludlowe's orchestra and volunteered to teach violin to fourth-grade students. She also is a Girl Scout and recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution's local chapter Good Citizen Award.
Sweet earned membership in the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, the Science Honor Society the the Spanish Honor Scciety.
She has held leadership positions in youth civic groups and in competitive athletics.
A Ludlowe gymnast for four years, Sweet was co-captain of the gymanstics team this year and a member of the dance team.
Sweet is Ludlowe's representative to the Fairfield Board of Education and vice president of the senior class.
A pianist, Sweet provides accompanyment for other musicians and teaches piano to young students.