BArT Announces First 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 first quarter of the 2020-2021 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 6 who earned High Honors are Ben Ehrlich, Nathaniel Guerin, Cy Hattaway, Linnea Keiser-Clark, Tony Mejias, James Reed, Emily Rivenburg, Andrew Svrluga, Sukai Touray, and Abigail Winkler.
Students in Grade 6 who earned Honors are Brayden Billetter, Jamari Carnute, Mya Rodriguez, Mickeayla Rosa-Pietri, Evan Swift, and Leah Wallace.
Students in Grade 7 who earned High Honors are Kobby Asare, Frederick Grant, Cole Leggett, Emerson Maloney, Nicholas Martinez, Brooke McKeon, Garcia Mongue, Eduardo Mottos, William Svrluga, Zachary Tetreault, Samseedy Touray, Angelese Ward-Green, Rowan Weber, Ahmet Yildiz, and Andy Zheng.
Students in Grade 7 who earned Honors are Bishop Casey, Jazlene Chappell, Thomas Connors, Audrey Larkin, Tucker LeGrand, Hailey Loynes, Raif Madole, Levi Miller, Camryn Mochon, Eva Moser, Riley Pudwell, and Micah Wappes.
Students in Grade 8 who earned High Honors are Lisa Chen, Emilie Christiana, Persephone Clark, Allissa Davis, Caiden Davis, Sascha Ehrlich, Darryl Hage, and Micah Paul.
Students in Grade 8 who earned Honors are Dominic Campoli Evan Hilton Brooke Reynolds Ava Valois and Adrian Zustra.
Students in Grade 9 who earned High Honors are Lillian Brown, Gianna Fosty, Terra Lim, Marissa Ostrowski, and Grace Tower.
Students in Grade 9 who earned Honors are Alexandra Bartlett, Arabella Christiana, Jeffrey Daignault, Limoges Dauray, Rena Delphia, Evan Poplaski, Nathan Robinson, Meghan Schrade, and Yavuz Yildiz.
Students in Grade 10 who earned High Honors are Ivan Chen, Lina Chen, Isaac Huberdeau, Matthew Lizzo, Corey Lynch, Katrina Parslow, Layla Pedroza, Ndey Touray, Charlotte Weiskotten, Matthew Weiskotten, and Anna Zheng.
Students in Grade 10 who earned Honors are Anelisse Ahoon, Haley Beliveau, Huseyin Colak, Josiah Hylton, Malakhi Matthews, Sawyer Moser, Abigail Parker, and Giordan Zavatter.
Students in Grade 11 who earned High Honors are Conroy Casey, Atticus Clark, Samuel Gallick, Naomie Iffetayo, Wylie Jones, John Kozak, Audrey Krzanik, Brianna Martinez, Madison Ostrowski, Jenna Pizani, Sandy Racela, Abigail Scholl, Jarryd Valentine, and Abigail Webster.
Students in Grade 11 who earned Honors are Michaela Berry, Reggie Delphia, Nathaniel Gillman, Emma Matteau, McKenna Perras, and Asa Webster.
Students in Grade 12 who earned High Honors are Emma Danylin, Maya Gayle, Miranda-Ann Grant, Lindsey Gwilt, Kyle Gwilt, Marko Iwasiwka, Cameron Langsdale, Kimberly Miller, Diego Mongue, Kayla Saunders, Nayeli Sequeira Sunguroff, Charles Waltermire, and Molly Weeks.
Students in Grade 12 who earned Honors are Owen Brady, Hannah LeVardi-Earle, Amira-Celeste Reed, Kassondra Stockmal, and Tatumn Winston.

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