EDISON — Gayle Fredericks, Upper and Middle School French teacher, reported recently the results of the National French Exam at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison.
In New Jersey, 277 students took the National French Exam Level 1 test. Four students at the Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison ranked in the top ten. Joseph Alamo of Roselle Park had the best score of all and ranked first. Yulemni Morel of Plainfield and Milan Saxena of Colonia had the 5th best scores. Joseph Garces of Plainfield placed 9th.
Also on the state level, 817 students took the Level 2 test. Wardlaw-Hartridge student Kimberly Son of Woodbridge placed 9th. In the Level 3 exam, 678 students took the test. Wardlaw-Hartridge student Jessica Clarke of Scotch Plains ranked 9th. Sonya Sinha of Edison placed 10th.
Nationally, Alamo placed second. Morel and Saxena were ranked 7th. Son, Clarke and Sinha were in 10th position.
Of all of the Wardlaw-Hartridge students who took this test, 25% of them placed in the top 10.
EXCELLENCE EN FRANCAIS…Students who excelled in the National French Examination are pictured above: (front row) Kimberly Son of Woodbridge, Sonya Sinha of Edison, Jessica Clarke of Scotch Plains, with Gayle Fredericks (French teacher), and (back row) Joseph Garces of Plainfield, Milan Saxena of Colonia and Joseph Alamo of Roselle Park. Joseph earned the top score in the State of New Jersey and the second highest in the nation. Not pictured: Yulemni Morel of Plainfield. Photo by Michelle Daino/Wardlaw-Hartridge
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