ELIZABETH—Benedictine Academy, an all-female Catholic college prep high school in Elizabeth, has released its first quarter honor roll. Sixty-three students at the Academy were named based on outstanding academic performance.
Named to first honors at the Academy were:
- Grade 12- Vanessa Fragiacomo of Kearny; Camila Jimenez of Newark; Harpreet Kaur and Ewa Kowalczyk, both of Elizabeth; Joyce Mendoza of Union; Sidney Sigue of Elizabeth; and Alyssa Silva of Newark;
- Grade 11- Aleah Butler-Jones of Orange; Jennifer Carrion of Newark; Eileen Conaty of Clark; Caridad Lambert of Elizabeth; Grace Otogiakhi of Hillside; Mary Angeline Palma of Union; Karol Ann Pierre of Vauxhall; Kayla Roque and Marina Santiago, both of Newark; and Stephanie Simoes of Union;
- Grade 10- Kathleen Conaty of Clark; Destinee Garrity of Newark; Laura Segarra of Linden; Karen Thompson of Union; and Alyssa Vega of Elizabeth;
- Grade 9- Kayla DaCruz of Newark; Emma Moxley of Vauxhall; Noemi Neiman of Roselle; Ebony Payne of Hillside; Natasha Solano of Elizabeth; and Ugochukwu Ukponu of Newark.
First honors students must maintain a 93 average and above in all subjects.
Achieving second honors recognition at Benedictine Academy were:
- Grade 12- Kyanna Felder of Elizabeth; Amanda Souza of Newark; and Eunice Waklatsi of Elizabeth;
- Grade 11- Tyanne Bryce of Roselle; Tatiana Calderon and My-Asia Chaplin, both of Elizabeth; Karina Costa and Celine DaSilva, both of Hillside; Toni Davis-Wilson, Laura Gomes, Jongmi Kagabo, and Karen Montes, all of Newark; Erin Pernas of Hillside; and Stephanie Silva and Angelika Zarzecka, both of Newark;
- Grade 10- Dawn Arumemi of West Orange; Shaylah Brown of Newark; Karen Calva of Bloomfield; Jamila Cuentas of Elizabeth; Ranisha Frejuste of Irvington; Carolina Guerra of Hillside; Tara Lenahan of South Amboy; Andrea Lopez of Newark; Samantha Mc Andrew of Elizabeth; Elizabeth Palma of Union; and Carmiya Sharp and Noelle Sollivan, both of Linden;
- Grade 9-Adwoa Akyeansah and Ashley Franklin, both of Newark; Patricia Frech of Linden; Gabriella Honeywell of Newark; Kaya Mosley and Simone Richardson, both of Roselle; Brianna Roque of Newark; and Brianna Thomas of Roselle.
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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