Wardlaw-Hartridge Announces Upper School Honor Rolls

EDISON — The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison has announced its Upper School honor roll students for the first quarter of the 2011-2012 school year.

The following students achieved Honor Roll with Distinction status (GPA of 93 or higher, with no individual grade below a B): seniors Ernest Afflu of Edison, Catherine Badalamenti of Scotch Plains, Billy Buchbinder of Scotch Plains, Jessica Clarke of Scotch Plains, Milika Griffiths of Edison, David Monte of Scotch Plains and Aneesa Sonawalla of Edison;

Juniors Katie Buchbinder of Scotch Plains, Jay Won Choi of Edison, Alyssa Kennedy of Elizabeth, Chetna Kewalramani of Colonia, Ashni Mehta of Piscataway, Kush Mody of Edison, Daniel Moran of Piscataway, Haley Needle of Scotch Plains, Stephanie Smyczek of Edison, Kimberly Son of Woodbridge and Pranali Soni of Edison;

Sophomores Ayan Ahmed of Scotch Plains, Mairead Forrest of Parlin, Samantha Hart of Edison, Shafeeq Ibraheem of Piscataway, Chase Levitt of Scotch Plains, Zubin Mulji of Edison, Michael Olano of South Plainfield and Yousaf Razvi of Somerset; and

Freshmen John Anderson-Schmitt of Scotch Plains, Daniel Gallagher of Edison, Julian Hernandez-Webster of Edison, Simran Kaur of Carteret, Saad Mansuri of Edison, Huma Naqvi of Carteret, Emily Saadi of Edison, Samuel Sherman of Plainfield and Shirley Yang of Edison.

Many W-H students also made the Honor Roll (GPA of 87 or higher, with no individual grade below a C).

This list includes: seniors Liban Ahmed of Scotch Plains, Devin Batts of Avenel, Amanda Birbal of Plainfield, Andrea Buitrago of North Plainfield. Lian Cancryn of Plainfield, Marisa Carlucci of Edison, Skyla Choi of Fort Lee, Janissa Delzo of Middlesex, Brian Downing of Scotch Plains, Ashley Martin of Edison, Shruti Nadkarni of Edison, Aryaman Nichani of Scotch Plains, James Nolan of Colonia, Vraj Patel of Piscataway, Abigail Siegel of Maplewood, Sonya Sinha of Edison, Liana Valentino of Monmouth Junction, An Vu of Colonia, Junhui Ye of Warren and Junwen Yu of Warren;

Juniors Sharon Afflu of Edison, Lorianna Carlucci of Edison, Nicholas Davis of Union, Charlotte Greaney of Scotch Plains, Matthew Grimando of Piscataway, Brianna Gutierrez of Metuchen, Max Hernandez-Webster of Edison, Phil Kim of Edison, Valentina Margiottiello of Colonia, Alam Merchant of Edison, Syed Naqvi of South Plainfield, Angel Palaguachi of Elizabeth, Nina Pangan of Colonia, Ankoor Patel of South Plainfield, Alexander Pearlman of East Brunswick, Sumeet Prasad of Edison, Vanessa Santana of Iselin and Elijah Torres of Woodbridge;

Sophomores Alexandre Barbet of Plainfield, Randolph Best of Somerset, Aditya Dalal of Scotch Plains, Taylor Gerhart of Winfield Park, Jessica Gural of Milltown, Kyla Houston of Plainfield, Shareef Ibraheem of Piscataway, Catherine Iszard of Edison, Bryan Jimenez of Elizabeth, Samantha Lamparello of Watchung, Divya Mehta of Edison, Yulemni Morel of Plainfield, Neel Patel of Piscataway, Neelam Patel of Edison, Ali Reza of Carteret, Ryan Skolnick of Morristown, Emily Wexler of Scotch Plains and Ali Yamakaitis of Avenel; and

Freshmen Rida Aziz of Scotch Plains, Anastasia Bellisari of Plainfield, Melissa Calderon of North Plainfield, Avery Choi of Fort Lee, Gemma Gao of Warren, Marcel Green of North Plainfield, Miah Hagood of Piscataway, Matthew Handzy of Westfield, Michael Kieselstein of Westfield, Neema Liverpool of Plainfield, Brian Machoka of Edison, Madhav Mehta of Union, Roshun Menon of South Plainfield, Nkirote Mugambi of Edison, Uditi Nichani of Scotch Plains, Mohammed Nizam of Edison, Joseph Palaguachi of Elizabeth, Chand Patel of Edison, Shruti Patel of Edison, Azia Pompey of North Plainfield, Jay Raval of South Plainfield, Joshua Schlisserman of Scotch Plains and Areed Zaidi of Carteret.

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