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High Honor Roll: Grade 7, Second Marking Period 2013-2014
Ms. Yvette McNeal, principal of H.B. Whitehorne Middle School is proud to announce the names of those seventh-grade students who have earned academic recognition during the second marking period of this school year 2013-2014.
These students have qualified for the high honors award by receiving an “A” in every school subject.
Emily Marie Andersen, Elizabeth Barile, Liliana Benanchietti, Angelo Benfante, Lauren Brown, Isabelle Buneo, Julia Burke, Sarah Carlucci, Maria Celentano, Gracie Cleaver,
Kelly Esposito, Margaret Evans, Megan Forrest, Maya Fortgang, Elizabeth Hensal, Harrison Keating, Jarrod Keating,
Erin Kiernan, Christina Liggio, Nicolette Marino, Maeve McGinley, Ryan McKeown, David Motley,
Allison Naeris, Mercy Neal, Gabriel Quagliata, Colby Ruggiero, Connor Seawright, Rebecca Seubert, Thomas Sharkey, Marnie Shick, Alan Stoloff, Lara Tole, Nora Walsh, Emma Yee, Elyssia Yung,
The names of some students who qualified for the High Honor Roll do not appear on this list because their parents have elected not to release personal information to the media.
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