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Third Quarter Honor Roll

by Pat Burns

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

Fifteen seniors, including Sydney Ardanuy, Jessica Askins, Adrianna Awald, Annie Bernard, Melina Courtney, Abbie Dziadzio, Madison Edwards, Sydney Gunner, Dominique Khoury, Aubrey Monaco, Elisabeth Radwan, Natalie Radwan, Mara Santana, Grace Spero and Mary Vattes all achieved First Honors.  Twenty juniors, Megan Amicone, Kennedy Cerrone, Bridget Dougherty, Lucy Duggan, Alexis Garmong, Elizabeth Godsoe, Trinity Kehoe, Catherine Klodzinski, Paige Lapadat, Olivia Macholeth, Abigail Mailloux, Isabella Maloney, Alison Mysiak, Corsignana Nardello, Sophia Nasca, Joelle Poleto, Jillian Schneck, Madison Serafini, Fiona Tournour and Natalie Vicaretti all earned First Honors during the third quarter.  There were fourteen sophomores, Rosalie Bandura, Addison Barth, Emma Caughel, Jayla Goodman, Maura Higgins, Emma Labby, Brogan Maloney, Isabella Shea, Lacey Sheehan, Vayana Stoyanova, Rylee Strefeler, Tia Thourling, Caroline Tucker and Avery Walker who reached First Honors this quarter and thirteen freshmen, Gabrielle Bauerlein, Amelia Cook, Tylie Czerniak, Zoe Czerniak, Anna Enright, Allyson Frascella, Ellie Hart, Erin Hudson, Novella Keem, Abigail Kopf, Madison Leonard, Kendall Markiewicz and Isabelle Reaska attained the same honor.

Desiree Diaz-Torres, Estella Estus, Grace Kruse, Marissa Kurucz, Mary Beatrice Lalley, Heaven McAdory, Amaya Milkowski, Carolyn O'Keeffe, Cassidy Reid, Grace Thie and Mya Wood were the eleven recipients of Second Honors from the senior class. Ten juniors, Margaret Bell, Samantha Benes, Brenna Berhalter, Emma Connors, Claire Denning, Olivia Fuller, Katelyn Isch, Gabrielle Juliano, Gemma McIlroy and Ava Moran all earned Second Honors during the past marking quarter.  Four sophomores, Meghan Balen, Charli Debose, Elyse Ellicott, and Amelia Lalley and nine freshmen, Meghan Bell, Rilee Farrell, Mia Freedenberg, Mara Held, Taylor Jahn, Mairin Kearns, Maeve Lickfeld, Isabella Scarcello, and Addison Zimmer also attained Second Honors.  

Senior Bitsat Yitayeh, juniors Kathleen Beale, Jenna Brown, Mallory Chase, Caitlin Davison, Isabella Fedele, Madelyn Hart, Corynn Held, Caitlin Mann, Kayla Pietrkiewicz and Amanda Solomon, sophomores Aryel Adamczak, Quinn D'Anthony, Madeline Hagner, Andra'Nique Hudson, Trinity Mead, Nurta Mganga and Julia Rosado and freshmen Gianna Anderson, Amarria Barnes, Mara Lipinski, Alexandria Long, Marren Phillips and Cassidy Westbrook all were named to the Merit Roll.

"Mount Mercy has positively changed my life forever. Through the inviting community, I was able to grow as a woman, as a daughter, as a friend, and as a member of society. Throughout my time here I have gained an education in both academic areas and life in general through the school's ongoing efforts to educate students on gender inequality, racial injustice, and environmental crisis'. Furthermore, Mercy has given me the space to gain confidence that 4 years ago I never would have guessed I would have. Mount Mercy has helped me take that initial step toward becoming the strong woman of color I am today. At Mercy you are more than just a student, you are whoever you wish to be."

Melina Courtney

Class of 2022

"My future, success, and the ability to be an empowered woman in society come from Mount Mercy. My school is a strong foundation for my role in life. From attending Mount Mercy, I can say with confidence, that I will graduate with the mindset that I can accomplish anything. Mercy is my home and my sanctuary to be whoever I want. Mount Mercy has been bringing forth generations of strong intellectual women into the world, and I am more than honored to be one of them. Mercy teaches girls more than academics, but also about the world around us. As a mercy community, we give back to the world because it is our home. From my four years at Mercy, I have been educated on pushing for equality and peace and the understanding that there is no limit to what I can do. I have the confidence to go out in the world and make a difference because being a Mercy girl has given me that opportunity. "

Cassidy Reid

Class of 2022

"Mercy is more than just a school. Mercy is my second home and a shoulder to lean on. Mount Mercy has given me the confidence and resources to pursue my passions and make the world a more inclusive place, propelling me to take strides into male-dominated fields. Mercy blessed me with an environment to grow intellectually and in the community, giving me the foundation to make a tangible impact while making lifelong friendships."

Adrianna Awald

Class of 2022

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