ELIZABETH—Benedictine Academy, the all-female Catholic college prep high school in Elizabeth, has released its fourth quarter honor roll. Fifty-five students at the Academy were named based on outstanding academic performance.
Named to first honors at the Academy were:
Grade 12- Kai Alexander and Tabitha Davis, both of Irvington; Martha Devia of Elizabeth and Heidy Isabel of Bloomfield;
Grade 11- Ewa Kowalczyk of Elizabeth and Germilda Saint-Victor of Hillside;
Grade 10- Aleah Butler-Jones of Orange; Eileen Conaty of Clark; Caridad Lambert of Elizabeth; Grace Otoigiakhi of Hillside; Mary Angeline Palma of Union; and Kayla Roque and Marina Santiago, both of Newark;
Grade 9- Dawn Arumemi of West Orange; Shaylah Brown of Newark; Kathleen Conaty of Clark; Ranisha Frejuste of Irvington; and Karen Thompson 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- Krystal Burns and Nicole Carvalho, both of Newark; Michelle Colonia, Jessica Salermo and Julissa Salermo, all of Elizabeth; Saleemah Sharpe of Union; and Gabriella Soto of Hillside;
Grade 11- Vanessa Fragiacomo of Kearny; Harpreet Kaur of Elizabeth; Zhane Lee of Newark; Joyce Mendoza of Union; Rhodalin Sam of East Orange; Sidney Sigue of Elizabeth; Alyssa Silva of Newark; and Eunice Waklatsi and Jada Yarbough, both of Elizabeth;
Grade 10- Jenny Cajuste of Elizabeth; Karina Costa and Celine DaSilva, both of Hillside; Laura Gomes and Karen Montes, both of Newark; Leslie Owens of Laurence Harbor; Karol Ann Pierre of Vauxhall; and Stephanie Simoes of Union;
Grade 9- Melissa Antonio of Newark; Victoria Batista of Hillside; Karen Calva of Bloomfield; Rodrie Canal of Union; Destinee Garrity of Newark; Carolina Guerra of Hillside; Gabriela Hernandez of Newark; Kahira Leach of Hillside; Tara Lenahan of South Amboy; Andrea Lopez of Newark; Elizabeth Palma of Union; Laura Segarra of Linden; and Alyssa Vega of Elizabeth.
Second honors students at Benedictine Academy must maintain an 83 average and above in all subjects.
Benedictine Academy was founded by the Benedictine Sisters of Elizabeth in 1915 to serve young women in Elizabeth and the surrounding communities. A Catholic, college preparatory high school, the mission of the Academy is to educate young women to be responsible leaders of the 21st Century. Focusing on academic growth and character formation in the Benedictine tradition, the Academy challenges students to become life-long learners who are intellectually curious, rooted in the Gospel, and committed to justice and integrity. Academic achievement and personal growth are developed in a unique educational family setting. Students attending Benedictine Academy reside in Union, Essex, Middlesex and Somerset Counties.
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