The annual Middle School Honors Program took place virtually to celebrate and recognize students for their hard work and dedication throughout the school year. Mrs. Adams welcomed everyone to the program and expressed how much the students are missed! Each Middle School teacher shared a video of themselves announcing each award winner. The program concluded by naming all of the eighth-grade, Class of 2024 students who are rising to the Upper School as freshman. Congratulations to all of the students and families who worked hard and rose to the challenges that this year presented.
Please take a moment to watch (or re-watch) the presentation and eighth-grade slideshow to honor students rising to become Upper School students, and read through the program. Thank you to Eden Haveson, for taking all of the videos provided to create a wonderful Honors video presentation. The eighth-grade slideshow was created by: Oliver Dixon, Catherine Emilcar and Hannah Lindberg, with help from Advisory Liaisons Elizabeth Crosley, Jenna Meder, Brianna Monahan, Catalina Quintana, and Iman Rashid.
SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION – Manuela Penha
This student was chosen for clearly exhibiting qualities of dependability, leadership, patriotism, and upright character in speech and habits, all of which are characteristics and traits of what helped build the United States of America and exemplify the ideals of our Founding Fathers.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernatavitz introduced the Distinguished Scholars program provides Upper School students with opportunities to participate in activities for intellectual rigor and stimulation, in and out of the classroom throughout high school to prepare to matriculation into the most competitive colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad. These students dedicate themselves to the highest level of scholastic pursuit by completing a minimum of five AP classes while maintaining a 3.7 GPA. Inductees include:
ALL-AROUND SIXTH GRADE STUDENT – Victoria Jimenez
ALL-AROUND SEVENTH GRADE STUDENT – Christopher Dinmore