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Verona Residents Attain Honors At Mount Saint Dominic
Mount Saint Dominic Academy has announced that the following Verona residents have attained first honors for the third marking period: Fiona Ambrosio’14, Elizabeth Cowell’16, Quinn Dunnigan’17, Kaitlyn Finn’16, Jillian Harris’14, Erin Hogan’16, Jillian Kearns’14, Kelly Malanga’14, Hallie Mae Miller’15, Molly Oser’15, Elizabeth Oser’15, Jasmine Spinelli’15, Kaitlyn Staranka’14, and Julia Stusnick’17. Katie Leonard’15, Ciara Negron’17, Jaclyn Staranka’14, Katherine Szeluga’17, and Kahaia Voelkl ’16 attained second honors.
First honors qualifications are comprised of the following: a total weighted average 92 or higher for major courses, all grades for major courses in the marking period must be 85 or higher, including all exam marks in the second and fourth marking periods and a passing grade is necessary in all other courses. Second honor qualifications are: a total weighted average for major courses 87 or higher, all grades for major courses in the marking period must be 80 or higher, including all exam marks in the second and fourth marking periods and a passing grade is necessary in all other courses.
Mount Saint Dominic Academy, established by the Sisters of St. Dominic in Caldwell, New Jersey, is a Catholic college preparatory school, dedicated to the education of young women from a variety of ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds. Since 1892, The Mount has been empowering young women in the Dominican tradition. For more information about Mount Saint Dominic Academy, visit www.msdacademy.org.
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