BArT Announces Fourth 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 fourth 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."

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.

Grade Six

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

Honors: Jeffrey Bourassa, Natasha Burnell, Caiden Davis, Evan Hilton, Jayda Kimok, Ania O'Leary, Jalyn Olmedo, Micah Paul, Declan Restivo and James Varellas.

Grade Seven

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

Honors: Abreyana Avila, Alexandra Bartlett, Grace Baum, Juan Bedard-Torres, Tiana Carver, Addison Chen, Eva Cole, Jeffrey Daignault, Ricardo Diaz, Daniel Haskins, Vincent Lanphear, Terra Lim, Lainey Loynes, Jonathan Nondo, Isaiah Oduro, Evan Poplaski, Nathan Robinson, Alexander Rodriguez, Julianna Salinovici, Tristan Scholl, Cassidy Whitley and Alonna Ziarnik.

Grade Eight

High Honors: Anelisse Ahoon, Daysha Bell, Samantha Canales, Ivan Chen, Zy'Aira Cooper, Felee Davis, Maia DiLego, Cameron Durocher, Evandia Goodermote, Isaac Huberdeau, Matthew Lake, Viviana Lanphear, Matthew Lizzo, Daniel McGrory, Jeremy Patterson, Amelia Soler-Sala, Christopher Sunn, Ollie Walter, Charlotte Weiskotten, Matthew Weiskotten and Anna Zheng.

Honors: Madeline Durocher, Isabella Hartley, Dakotah Hunt, Alana Levesque, Madison Madole, Sawyer Moser, Layla Pedroza, Shaylee Ryan, James Sumy and Chloe Whitman.

Grade Nine

High Honors: Ty Aubin, Conroy Casey, Atticus Clark, Samuel Gallick, Alyssa Heaton, Wylie Jones, John Kozak, Olivia Leasure, Brianna Martinez, Lyndon Morehouse, Madison Ostrowski, Jenna Pizani, Igor Polotai, Amy Racela, Abigail Scholl, Abigail Webster and Asa Webster.

Honors: George Crane, Sarah D'Elia, Nathaniel Gillman, Naomie Iffetayo, Audrey Krzanik, Mia LaFrazia, McKenna Perras, Kevin Santana-Menendez, Zoe Turner, Jarryd Valentine and Melvin Wright.

Grade 10

High Honors: Emma Danylin, Kyle Gwilt, Lindsey Gwilt, Cameron Langsdale and Charles Waltermire.

Honors: Isaac Bamba, Aiyanna Bellefeuille, Maya Gayle, Marko Iwasiwka, Josiah Joyce, Diego Mongue, Eugene Osei-Kuffour, Kayla Saunders, Kassondra Stockmal, Molly Weeks and Tatumn Winston.

Grade 11

High Honors: Alyssa Anderson, Driss Bourzgui, Sarah deBethune, Eduardo Dominguez Ahuatl, Miles Fippinger, Joy Kalinowsky, Ashley Pixley, Finley Root, William Schrade, Kylie Taylor and Nicholas Viggiano.

Honors: Troy Brainerd, Andrew Gillman, Ryleigh McGovern, William Peets, Sean Salinovici, Gianna Sondrini and Philip Williams.

Grade 12

High Honors: Isaiah Albright, Ruth Bristol, Joshua Doubiago, Darrel Lynch, Hannah Stringer and Caitlin Terpak.

Honors: Natalie Celebi, Thomas Cook, Macie Fitch, Ben Hess, Johnyce Lanphear-Dyer, Ian Leasure, Olivia Shaw, and Ayannah Sheerin.

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