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News of Note - 3rd Quarter Honors

by Pat Burns

April 20, 2021

 For Immediate Release


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Mount Mercy Academy Announces Third Quarter Honor Roll

             Mount Mercy Academy recently announced its Third Quarter Honor Roll.  Fifty-nine students achieved First Honors (95 and above), thirty-five attained Second Honors (90.00-94.99) and twenty-nine students earned Merit Roll status (85.00-89.99).

             Twenty-five members of the senior class received First Honors.  Achieving this distinction were:  Laila Aloi, Haley Browner, Hannah Fredo, Zoe Gray, Olivia Jarosz, Megan Jozwiak, Emily Kessler, Angelina Larivey, Gianna Lauciello, Emma Lewis, Madeline Lickfeld, Sarah Michalak, Claire Mullen, Athena Parisi, Megan Quinn, Megan Reilly, Emily Rhoads, Kathryn Ryan, Mary Snyder, Cecelia Strang, Victoria Trzaska, Hannah Vattes, Rheanna Welsh, Emma Wilson, and Catherine Zak.

             Adrianna Awald, Annie Bernard, Melina Courtney, Sydney Gunner, Dominique Khoury, Marissa Kurucz, Aubrey Monaco, Elisabeth Radwan, Natalie Radwan, Grace Spero,

             Mary Vattes, and Mya Wood all members of the junior class attained First Honors this quarter.

             Ten sophomores Kennedy Cerrone, Bridget Dougherty, Alexis Garmong, Elizabeth Godsoe, Trinity Kehoe, Catherine Klodzinski, Abigail Mailloux, Sophia Nasca, Jillian Schneck, and Madison Serafini, all had averages over 95 for the first quarter.

             Freshman students Rosalie Bandura, Addison Barth, Emma Caughel, Maura Higgins, Shannon Kersten, Emma Labby, Nurta Mganga, Lacey Sheehan, Vayana Stoyanova, Rylee Strefeler, Caroline Tucker, and Avery Walker all met the criteria for First Honors.

             Thirty-five students achieved Second Honors, including: seniors Kathryn Bednarz, Olivia Coleman, Anani Debose, Aislinn Farrell, Lara Groves, Elizabeth Plowucha, Olivia Radwan, and Anna Schieber, juniors: Sydney Ardanuy, Samantha Crowe, Abbie Dziadzio, Estella Estus, Mara Santana and Camryn Stockinger, sophomores: Megan Amicone, Jenna Angle, Paige Angle, Margaret Bell, Claire Denning, Lucy Duggan, Olivia Fuller, Gabrielle Juliano, Paige Lapadat, Isabella Maloney, Gemma McIlroy, Ava Moran, Alison Mysiak, Kayla Pietrkiewicz, Joelle Poleto, and Natalie Vicaretti and freshmen: Charli Debose, Jayla Goodman, Amelia Lalley, Brogan Maloney, and Tia Thourling.

             An additional twenty-nine students were named to the Merit Roll.  The honorees include seniors: Holly Miller, Keira Olsen, Ryllie Padilla, and Natalia Weltjen, juniors Grace Kruse, Mary Beatrice Lalley, Amaya Milkowski, Carolyn O'Keeffe, Cassidy Reid, Grace Thie, and Bitsat Yitayeh, sophomores Samantha Benes, Brenna Berhalter, Jenna Brown, Emma Colello, Emma Connors, Isabella Fedele, Madelyn Hart, Corynn Held, Caitlin Mann, Taylor Skretny, Fiona Tournour, and Marlee Ventura, and freshmen Meghan Balen, Ashley Cirbus, Quinn D'Anthony, Madeline Hagner, Margaret Melligan, and Isabella Shea.


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