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February 12, 2014

St. John's School second-quarter honor roll

PEABODY — The following students have been named to the honor roll for the second quarter of the 2013-2014 academic year at St. John’s School:


Grade six: Antonio Craveiro, Thomas Estella, Isabella Fabbo, Alicia George, Victoria Holleran, Matthew Hunt, Katelyn Keenan, Gabriel Najim, Samuel Silvestro, Calvin Smith, Anya Tseitlin.

Grade seven: Julia Bettencourt, Erin Biscaia, Elizabeth Donahue, Lauren El Hed, Achilles Gikas, Hannah Jinks, Maria Meimeteas, Tarek Nabbout, George O’Donnell, Alexia Palm, Stephen Szpak.

Grade eight: Lauren Baker, Shane Braz, Amanda Bushway, Haley Carter, Michael Cook, Jacqueline Cox, Jack Fritz, Shayla Jamieson, Hanna Kawasaki, Neal Mahoney, Lydia McGinn, Alexia Rivers, Nick Tourtillot, Steven Zachariadis.


Grade six: Parker Bower, Adrianna Brent, Sean Budomo, Madision Csogi, Emily Cummings, Luci Dugan, Robert Gonzalez, Joseph LeDonne.

Grade seven: Janaya Bennett, Jonah Carlson, Ian Connor, Sarah Enes, Rachel Fernandes, Aiden Hill, Eric Martino, Sydney Mercado, Allison Pais, Ariana Portalla, Spencer Weeden and Olivia Williams.

Grade eight: Sebastian Arango, Ashley Baker, Christopher DeMarco, Peter Garuti, Jack Keenan, Kevin Pham.


Grade six: David Connell, Nora Connor, Sabrina Correia, Austin Higinbotham, Eva Noci, Tatiana Rosario, Sebastian Tavarez, Aidan Wilkinson.

Grade seven: Faith Harding, Samuel Kirby, Kierstyn LeClerc, Savanna Moretto.

Grade eight: Melissa Bowden, Noah Carlson, Anthony DelSonno, Sean Gagin, Knox Lendall, Nicolina Trifero, Kyllian Twiss.

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