Arlington Memorial High School & Middle School celebrated the academic accomplishments of 27 students during the annual Student Awards Breakfast. Shown here are the school’s 2017 Johns Hopkins Scholars. Back row left to right are: Owen Emmons, Phoebe Marlowe, Alex Realmuto, Emma Hoover, Lottie Fischer, Sarah Tilley, Gabe Luce, and front row left to right are: Abram Case, Christopher Whalen, JT Wright, Schuylar Nolan, Maria O’Dea, Bella Ingegnari, Mason Hill-McDermott
ARLINGTON — Arlington Memorial High School & Middle School celebrated the academic accomplishments of 27 students during the annual Student Awards Breakfast. Principal Tim Stewart and Guidance Director Joanna Lederer-Barnes welcomed the students and families and presented awards to Johns Hopkins Scholars, Bromley Honors Scholars and AP Scholars.
Johns Hopkins Scholars—To earn this honor, students achieved a Level 4 score on one or more sections of the state SBAC test last year: Abram Case, Owen Emmons, Lottie Fischer, Mason Hill-McDermott, Emma Hoover, Bella Ingegnari, Gabe Luce, Phoebe Marlowe, Schuylar Nolan, Maria O’Dea, Alex Realmuto, Sarah Tilley, Christopher Whalen, JT Wright
Bromley Honors Scholars—To earn a free season pass at Bromley Mountain, students earned Principal’s/High Honors all four marking periods last year: Arianna Barrios, Tess Belnap, Katie Berger, Emily Calder, Carolyn Crawford, Aimee Frank, Jamie Keel, Erin Kopeski, Kyla Obenauer, Mackenzie Paligo, Gracie Smith, Shaana Staab
2017 AP Scholars—To earn this honor, students scored a 3 or higher on at least three AP exams: Katie Berger, Jamie Keel, Gracie Smith, Kaleigh Ward. Three additional AP Scholars graduated in June: Jacob Smith, Maggie Smith, Jena Staab