METUCHEN — For the 13th year running, the Metuchen High School World Language Department, together with the Center for French Studies at Princeton University, awards a French Prize called “Prix d’Excellence”. The prize consists of $100 awarded to the best student of French, preferably at the junior level, in each high school. There are about 10 high schools in the area that participate. This year’s winner is Halle Best. She was awarded the prize on Thursday, May 17 in Chancellor Green – Andlinger Center for the Humanities, on the Princeton University campus. The French Department also receives a prize of $100. Pictured here are: Florent Masse of Princeton University, Halle Best, and Metuchen High School French teacher, Anna Girin. (Photo courtesy of Metuchen Public Schools)
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