Benedictine Academy Announces 4th Q Honor Roll

ELIZABETH—Benedictine Academy, an all-female Catholic college prep high school in Elizabeth, has released its fourth quarter honor roll. Forty-one students at the Academy were named based on outstanding academic performance.

Named to first honors at the Academy were: Grade 12- Diane Araujo and Barbara Diogo, both of Newark; Danah Lewis of Hillside; and Gabrielle Teixeira of Newark; Grade 11- Geraline Arroyo of Union and Emilie Burke of Colonia; Grade 10- Dinh Do of Union; and Grade 9- Michelle Colonia of Elizabeth and Samantha Herrejon of Union.

First honors students must maintain a 93 average and above in all subjects.


Achieving second honors recognition at Benedictine Academy were:

Grade 12- Cindy Carpentero of Newark; Anika Dodson of Hillside; Priscille Dossekou of Newark; Aimiosinor Igetei of Hillside; Melanie Lazaro of Newark; Jennifer Lynch of East Orange; Delecia McPherson of Irvington; Leslye Paz, Nancy Selladhurai and Stephanie Sergent-Rojas, all of Elizabeth; and Maria Soares of Newark;

Grade 11- Liz Cabezas of Elizabeth; Alexandra de Pena of Union; Chisom Emeana of Hillside; Arielle Figueredo of Union; Alicia Onacki of Roselle; Sara Pereira and Angelica Prendez, both of Elizabeth; and Ashanti Sharp of Orange;

Grade 10- Melanie Achariam of Jersey City; Imanee Ford and Andrea Mendoza, both of Union; Cinthya Pizzaro of Elizabeth; and Ariana Taveras of Newark;

Grade 9- Kai Alexander of Irvington; Nicole Carvalho of Newark; Tabitha Davis of Irvington; Norky Diaz of Newark; Shervonne Gittens of Elizabeth; Heidy Isabel of Bloomfield; Maria Jose Prendez of Elizabeth; Natalia Saavedra of Hillside; and Anglin Thevarajah of Irvington.

Second honors students at Benedictine Academy must maintain an 83 average and above in all subjects.

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