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Simsbury Students Recognized for Achievement

36 students earned national recognition for performance on Latin exam.

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Ninety six students from Henry James Memorial School (HJMS) and Simsbury High School (SHS) participated in the 2012 National Latin Exam this past February. Over 148,000 students from all 50 states and 13 foreign countries also participated. Thirty six students received awards and earned national recognition for their performance on the exam. The following students have received recognition for their scores:

HENRY JAMES MEMORIAL SCHOOL

Outstanding Achievement

(Ribbon and Certificate)

Sarah Soja

Halley Haruta

Peter Soja

Chris Palms

Mitch Ball

 

Achievement

(Certificate)

Samuel Kelly

Meghan Cross

Allison May

Emily Zepf

Kate Angus

Harrison Saperstein

Spencer Shafer

Ailsa Ryan

 

SIMSBURY HIGH SCHOOL

Latin I

Ellen Ransley               Magna Cum Laude

Daniel Spars                Cum Laude

 

Latin II

Matthew Shaw             Gold Summa Cum Laude

Josephine Black            Silver Maxima Cum Laude

Dan Schmetterling        Magna Cum Laude

Grayham Lohrey           Magna Cum Laude

Rebecca Grandahl         Cum Laude

 

Latin III

Eduardo Rosadio           Gold Summa Cum Laude

Jessica Lipponen           Silver Maxima Cum Laude

Nicholas Catalano         Magna Cum Laude

Ryan Riley                   Cum Laude

Calvin Krikorian            Cum Laude

Seo-Yeon Lee               Cum Laude

 

Prose IV

Joshua Motley               Gold Summa Cum Laude

Sean Mcavoy                 Silver Maxima Cum Laude

Gabriela Rovalino           Magna Cum Laude

Robert Amrein               Cum Laude

Ryan Carr                      Cum Laude

Sam Sims                     Cum Laude

Ted Meyer                     Cum Laude

Laura Yablecki               Cum Laude

Jilian Correia                 Cum Laude

Kristen Regenauer         Cum Laude

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