BArT Announces Third 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 third quarter of the 2018-19 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."

Grade 6

High Honors: Jeffrey Bourassa, Persephone Clark, Tucker Danylin, Sascha Ehrlich, Darryl Hage, Ryley Schwarz and Alexandria Zustra.

Honors: Natasha Burnell, Efrem Chen, Caiden Davis, Allissa Davis, Evan Hilton, Jayda Kimok, Kaitlyn Milette, Ania O'Leary, Brooke Reynolds and Katelynne Williams.

Grade 7

High Honors: Alexandra Bartlett, Lillian Brown, Addison Chen, Gianna Fosty, Eva Jacinto, Ariel Lachman, Joseph McGovern, Jonathan Nondo, Marissa Ostrowski, Meghan Schrade, Ella Tawes and Yavuz Yildiz.

Honors: Abreyana Avila, Grace Baum, Tiana Carver, Eva Cole, Jeffrey Daignault, Ricardo Diaz, Tayden Gregory, Daniel Haskins, Marah Keeler, Vincent Lanphear, Terra Lim, Isaiah Oduro, Evan Poplaski, Alexander Rodriguez, Julianna Salinovici, Diego Sanchez, Tristan Scholl, Elliot Trainor and Alonna Ziarnik.

Grade 8

High Honors: Daysha Bell, Ivan Chen, Zy'Aira Cooper, Felee Davis, Evandia Goodermote, Isabella Hartley, Isaac Huberdeau, Matthew Lake, Viviana Lanphear, Matthew Lizzo, Christopher Sunn, Hilary Walter, Charlotte Weiskotten, Matthew Weiskotten and Anna Zheng.

Honors: Anelisse Ahoon, River Alpi, Samantha Canales, Kalyn Daniels, Maia DiLego, Cameron Durocher, Bethany Iffetayo, Alana Levesque, Madison Madole, Daniel McGrory, Sawyer Moser, Katrina Parslow, Jeremy Patterson, Layla Pedroza, Shaylee Ryan, Amelia Soler-Sala, James Sumy and Chloe Whitman.

Grade 9

High Honors: Ty Aubin, Atticus Clark, Samuel Gallick, Wylie Jones, John Kozak, Brianna Martinez, Madison Ostrowski, Igor Polotai, Amy Racela, Abigail Scholl and Abigail Webster.


Honors: Conroy Casey, George Crane, Andrew Cunha, Nathaniel Gillman, Naomie Iffetayo, Audrey Krzanik, Mia LaFrazia, Olivia Leasure, Lyndon Morehouse, Jenna Pizani, Kevin Santana-Menendez, Jarryd Valentine and Asa Webster.

Grade 10

High Honors: Emma Danylin, Kyle Gwilt, Cameron Langsdale, Kayla Saunders, Kassondra Stockmal and Charles Waltermire.

Honors: Aiyanna Bellefeuille, Owen Brady, Maya Gayle, Miranda-Ann Grant, Lindsey Gwilt, Marko Iwasiwka, Kimberly Miller, Diego Mongue, Eugene Osei-Kuffour, Sanaia Saintil, Nayeli Sequeira Sunguroff and Molly Weeks.

Grade 11

High Honors: Alyssa Anderson, Driss Bourzgui, Troy Brainerd, Eduardo Dominguez Ahuatl, Miles Fippinger, Joy Kalinowsky, Ashley Pixley, Finley Root, Sean Salinovici, William Schrade, Kylie Taylor and Nicholas Viggiano.
 
Honors: Sarah deBethune, Andrew Gillman, Grace Krzanik, Holden LaRocque, Ryleigh McGovern, William Peets, Gianna Sondrini and Philip Williams.

Grade 12

High Honors: Isaiah Albright, Natalie Celebi, Thomas Cook, Jessica Doubiago, Joshua Doubiago, Darrel Lynch, Hannah Stringer and Caitlin Terpak.

Honors: Ruth Bristol, Madison Decelles, Ben Hess, Johnyce Lanphear-Dyer, Braydon Peterson and Olivia Shaw.

BArT is a nationally recognized, award-winning, tuition-free public middle and high school focused on preparing students for college. To date, 100 percent of BART's graduates have passed a college course and have been accepted into college prior to graduation.

 


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