Middlesex County Student News for September 16, 2021


MADISON – The Country School announces the students who have achieved academic honors for the second term. Pupils in grades 6 through 8 who have shown particularly strong effort in all of their courses receive a special mention at the end of each term.

The criterion is a minimum of four effort marks of 4 or more, two of which must be from English, Mathematics, History, Science and a foreign language, with nothing below 3. criteria for the list of academic distinctions are a minimum of four. grades of A- or better with no grade lower than B. Two of the four grades of A- or better must come from the above courses.

List of efforts

Sixth grade: Devri Aronson, Branford

Eighth grade: Molly Prior, Guilford; Joshua Reichard, Guilford

Academic Honor Roll

Sixth year: Michael DeFlippo, Durham

Seventh year: Ana Duques, Madison; Riley Svitila, Clinton; James Wang, Guilford; Blake Zeidenberg, Guilford

Eighth grade: Will Bonito, Madison

Academic Honor Roll and List of Efforts

Sixth grade: Keenan Bonito, Madison; Lucy Burke, Madison; Luca Coletti, Madison; Emily Dusza, Madison; Sadie Ferguson-Cormier, Guilford; Austin Holway, Guilford; Rosie Lee, Essex; Whitman Liu, Wallingford; Spencer MacKenzie, Guilford; Alexandre Monin, Branford; Chloe Nelson, Branford; Henry Ogeneski, Guilford; Ksenia Podoltseva, Madison; Braden Rinehart, Guilford; Cade Rinehart, Guilford; Elizabeth Rogers, Madison; Gabby Rothberg, Guilford; Nicolaas Sanborn, Madison; Alexandre Schultz, Guilford; Oli Scott, Haddam Neck; Jake Sigal, Guilford

Seventh year: Maggie Alford, Guilford; Grace Becker, Guilford; Liam Boone, Clinton; Milo Burch, Madison; Caroline Callahan, Madison; Maddy Childs, Wallingford; Sam Duffy, Madison; Miklosh Frusztajer, Guilford; Evelyn Hladky, Wallingford; Harrison Hodge, Madison; Emma Kowalski, Killingworth; Emma Lee, Madison; Scarlett Marino, Madison; Jack McGuane, Guilford; Claire McGuinness, Madison; Grace Mulligan, Guilford; Zara Nat, Madison; Evelyn Reach, Madison; Sam Rotermund, Madison; Julia Sachs, Killingworth; Avery Schwartz, Guilford; Bella Torrison, Killingworth; Anna Vlieks, Madison; Christopher Yuh, Madison; Natalie Yuh, Madison; Anya Zigmont, Durham

Eighth grade: Meghan Brown, Higganum; Cooper Burke, Madison; Nadia Goodman, Old Lyme; Sophia Hiebert, Middletown; Katelin Hornyak, Killingworth; Marla Lafferty, Madison; Rosie Liu, Wallingford; Luc Piagentini, Guilford; Alexander Podoltsev, Madison; Joey Salafia, Killingworth; Serena Shanbhag, Guilford; Michaela Troy, Madison

College of the Holy Cross

WORCESTER, Mass .– The College of the Holy Cross congratulates the students who have been named to the Spring 2021 Dean’s List.

They are: Allison Molski from Middletown, majoring in chemistry; Amanda Wilderman of Westbrook, specializing in political science; Joseph Reilly de Cromwell, specializing in political science; Sophie Cassarino of Durham, majoring in Classics; William Lallier of Chester, undeclared; and Riley Millburne of Westbrook, undeclared.

Oklahoma State University

STILLWATER, Oklahoma. – Oklahoma State University awarded diplomas to 4,047 students last spring, including Kerry Clark of Middletown, who earned a Master of Arts in Philosophy.

Wentworth Institute of Technology

BOSTON – The following local students made the Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Dean’s List for the Spring 2021 semester: Griffin Ellis Robinson of Higganum, Aidan G. Korper of Killingworth, and David Sebastian Gonthier of Middletown.

Trinity College

HARTFORD – The following local students graduated from Trinity College on May 21: Skye Angela Joy-Yap Gasataya of Middletown graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology; and Ryan Lau of Middletown graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, in philosophy.

Coastal Carolina University

CONWAY, SC – Coastal Carolina University recognized nearly 1,200 students during its in-person graduation ceremonies in spring 2021 on May 7-8. Among the graduates was Jack Bugg, a marketer who lives in Clinton.

Quinnipiac University

HAMDEN – The following regional students have been named to the Dean’s List for the 2021 Spring Semester at Quinnipiac University:

To qualify, students must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 with no grade lower than C. Full-time students must complete at least 14 credits per semester, with at least 12 credits that have been graded per letter . be eligible. Part-time students must complete at least six credits in a semester.

Chester: Megan winslow

Cromwell: Gina Cambareri, Julia Liseo, Jenna Marren, Alexander Mihalopoulos, Kenechukwu Umelo

Deep river: Melanie Lee

Durham: Kelly Brennan, Sara Carino, Ryan Genest, Joshua Gorero, Naomi Gorero, Tess McIntyre, Olivia Preneta, Michael Salley

Haddam East: Mia laurent

Hampton East: Liv Distefano, Emily Salisbury

Lyme East: Marnie Rock, Jamie Toole

Killingworth: Emersyn Conklin, Bradley Rakowski, Marianna Terenzio, Jordan Tupay, Olivia Whiteman

Intermediate field: Caitlyn Casey-Leonard, Kelly Frier, Anna Yusza

Middletown: Alexia Antogiovanni, Hannah Baker, Emily Centeno, Sydney Cote, Kayla Decicco, Kitrina Diguidig, Alyssa Gambell, Margaret Guile, Eva Hallstead-Williams, Nathan Latina, Jonathan Rosenblum, Camila Schott, Hannah Stevens

Portland: Emily Disalvo, Jenna Lastrina, Christine Picard


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