BArT Announces Second Quarter Honor Roll

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ADAMS, Mass. — Berkshire Arts & Technology Charter Public School has announced the students who made honor roll for the second quarter of the 2017-2018 school year.

Students who earned 80 percent or above in all of their classes received the distinction of "honors." Students who earned 90 percent or above in all of their classes received the distinction of "high honors."

Academic courses at BArT are aligned with the Massachusetts State Curriculum Frameworks for the appropriate grade level and include all standards deemed necessary for a complete, college-preparatory, middle and high school education.

Students in grade six who earned high honors are Abreyana Avila, Tiana Carver, Addison Chen, Gianna Fosty, Terra Lim, Joseph McGovern, Jonathan Nondo, Marissa Ostrowski, Julianna Salinovici, Hilary Walter and Yavuz Yildiz.

Students in grade six who earned honors are Josephine Adelt, Alexandra Bartlett, Grace Baum, Eva Cole, Braley Cox, Jeffrey Daignault, Rena Delphia, Ricardo Diaz, Tayden Gregory, Daniel Haskins, Vincent Lanphear, Justina Lloyd, Lainey Loynes, Landon Millington, Evan Poplaski, Mohammed Ridoy, Alexander Rodriguez, Meghan Schrade, Anthony Selby, Cassidy Whitley, Andrew Wilcox and Alonna Ziarnik.

Students in grade seven who earned high honors are Ivan Chen, Zy'Aira Cooper, Felee Davis, Maia DiLego, Cameron Durocher, Isaac Huberdeau, Viviana Lanphear, Julia LaSalle, Sawyer Moser, Christopher Sunn, Charlotte Weiskotten, Matthew Weiskotten and Anna Zheng.

Students in grade seven who earned honors are Evonne Barnett, Daysha Bell, Huseyin Colak, Jack Cooper, Kalyn Daniels, Nia Franklin, Isabella Hartley, Bethany Iffetayo, Amelia Leasure, Matthew Lizzo, Corey Lynch, Malakhi Matthews, Daniel McGrory, Jeremy Patterson, Ruby Pullaro Clark and Chloe Whitman.

Students in grade eight who earned high honors are Conroy Casey, Atticus Clark, Samuel Gallick, Nathaniel Gillman, Alyssa Heaton, Wylie Jones, John Kozak, Olivia Leasure, Brianna Martinez, Lyndon Morehouse, Madison Ostrowski, Jenna Pizani, Igor Polotai, Ethan Rudin, Abigail Scholl, Asa Webster and Abigail Webster.

Students in grade eight who earned honors are Ty Aubin, George Crane, Andrew Cunha, Audrey Krzanik, Mia LaFrazia, Kyle Manzolini, Amy Racela, Jarryd Valentine, Kelsea Vigiard and Arianna Ward.

Students in grade nine who earned high honors are Emma Danylin, Cameron Fusini, Miranda-Ann Grant, Kyle Gwilt, Lindsey Gwilt, Cameron Langsdale and Charles Waltermire.

Students in grade nine who earned honors are Brandon Bamba, Aiyanna Bellefeuille, Owen Brady, Pyper Forfa, Maya Gayle, Felicia Graves-Deane, Olivia Jayko, Diego Mongue, Sanaia Saintil, Kayla Saunders, Kassondra Stockmal, Trinity Sullivan, Darlenis Valero-Calderon, Molly Weeks and Tatumn Winston.

Students in grade 10 who earned high honors are Alyssa Anderson, Driss Bourzgui, Troy Brainerd, Sarah deBethune, Andrew Gillman, Joy Kalinowsky, Grace Krzanik, William Peets, Ashley Pixley, Finley Root, Sean Salinovici, William Schrade, Gianna Sondrini and Kylie Taylor.

Students in grade 10 who earned honors are Austin Caufield, Eduardo Dominguez Ahuatl, Ryleigh McGovern, Luke Salinovici and Nicholas Viggiano.

Students in grade 11 who earned high honors are Ruth Bristol, Natalie Celebi, Jessica Doubiago, Joshua Doubiago, Macie Fitch and Hannah Stringer.

Students in grade 11 who earned honors are Isaiah Albright, Dumars Harrison, Darrel Lynch, Shelby Patterson, Olivia Shaw and Caitlin Terpak.

Students in grade 12 who earned high honors are Mark Borelli, Kyle Brooks, Hayley Caufield, MaiLee Daignault, Ari Drayman, Crystal Harrington, Heather Perkins, Amber Pizani, Harrison Todd and and Jamie Vachula.

Students in grade 12 who earned honors are Xaida Brazeau, Caleb Duffy, Timothy Durocher, Andrew Kerwood, Ashlyn Marcil, Trinity Peets, Kimberly Perkins, Pamela Pixley, Caelin Rod and Emily Taylor.

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