High Honor Roll: Grade 8, 2nd Marking Period 2020-2021

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Yvette McNeal and David Galbierczyk, principals of H.B. Whitehorne Middle School, are proud to announce the names of those eighth grade students who have earned academic recognition during the second marking period of the 2020-2021 school year.

These students have qualified for the high honors award by receiving an “A” in every school subject:

Jonah Axelrod, Ella Barchie, Kelly Barrow, Wesley Brown, Lilli Calamita, Alison Carvalloza, Owen Chanana, Margot DaCosta
Julia Dacey, Jayden DeSilva, Jordan Dunn

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Luke Fenton, Samantha FioRito, Sydney Fradette, Daniel Frenklakh, Dylan Frey, Jacqueline Gardner, Chloe Giessen, Ian Gottstein, Lucia Grant, Molly Hayter

Danielle Imbriano, Riley Kenrick, Shaina Kogan, Jack Latson, Zia Mahmood, Joseph Manganello, Brielle Marchese, Molly McCabe, William McGrath, Sadie McMahan, David Megalla

Victoria Niziolek, Angelina O’Dell, Frank Orrei, Kaitlyn Pietrucha, Jackson Pope, Matthew Raff, Samantha Repoli, Aryanna Ricci, William Rice, Ella Romanyshyn, Mason Rossi

Ella Scipione, Angelie Sin, Kieran Smith, Harrison Sorger, Jane Sorger, Pedro Trinidad-Ruiz, Kaelin Walsh, Yianni Yanniotis, Jessica Yu, Miriam Zikry

The names of some students who qualified for the 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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