HARRISON, N.Y. -- Fifty-two graduating seniors from Harrison High School were awarded summa, magna and cum laude recognition for their academic achievements.
The Harrison Central School District implemented the honors three years ago in an effort to reward not only the graduating class's valedictorian and salutatorian, but also students who have achieved high grade point averages. Summa cum laude is awarded to students with a weighted 98.00 or higher, magna cum laude is awarded to students with 95.00 to 97.99, and cum laude is awarded to students with 93.00 to 94.99.
The students who earned summa cum laude were: Kaylee Araoz, Jennifer Blum, Jason Burger, Jacob Coonin, Anshul Doshi, Kate Faxon, Patricia Geller, Bilal Haider, Ryo Inkyo, Lauren Jacobowitz, Steven Jacobson, Adam Kohutnicki, Rajan Mehra, Bryan Pon, Mikie Sakanaka, Gregory Sohanchyk, Nicole Suozzo, Serena Takada and Porn-in Thongkhamyoo.
The students who earned magna cum laude were: Jake Bogart, Amy Carton, Elizabeth Crozier, Dylan Dobrenis, Allison Fuerst, Tyler Hart, Jacob Lerner, Michelle Loguidice, Thomas Lovinger, Julia McManus, Peri Mendelsohn, Brett Moretzky, Sara Purinton, Laura Senande, Pornprom Thongkhamyoo, Devin Ullerick, Grant Wissak and Jake Zuckman.
The students who earned cum laude were: Frank Antolino, Sarah Berman, Jillian Cacchione, Imogen Caird, Daniela Castillo, Raymond Corona, Jeffrey Ebert, Talya Evans, Taylor Friedwald, Rachel Kalichman, Jung Suh Kim, Hayley Kronthal, Sarah Murphy, Nicholas Pipitone and Kaitlyn Talibon.
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