Seniors Recognized at Convocation for Excellence
Joel Raborn and Elijah Zehyoue were named outstanding graduates of the Class of 2007 at the annual Catholic High School Honors Convocation on May 17, 2007.
Other special award winners were Kyle Jackson and Anthony Kumse, Perfect Attendance; Jeffrey Anderson, David Crochet, Will Dixon, Ryan Ginn, Aaron Humphreys, Brian Lumpkins, Davis Rhorer, Eric Ristroph and Chris Rouse, Nationally Recognized Finalists; John Buancore, Hance Hughes and Eric Ristroph, Principal’s Award for 4.0 grade point average; Joel Raborn, American Legion; Jason Peters, Student Athlete; Elijah Zehyoue, Service Award; Ryan Al-Marhoun, Salutatorian; and Eric Ristroph, Valedictorian.
Extracurricular award winners were Chris Smith, Art; Ryan Al-Marhoun, Bearly Published; Kesler Bourgoyne, Beta; Ryan Martin, Bruin; Andrew Eckles, Drama; Drew Maranto, French Club; Taylor Ashy, Hi-Y; Aaron Bourgoyne, Junior Classical League; Taylor Ashy, Key Club; Stephen Demouy, Mu Alpha Theta; Joel Raborn, National Honor Society; Spencer Jurkiewicz, Photography Club; David Crochet, Senior High Quiz Bowl; Jeremiah Mouton, Spanish Club; and Elijah Zehyoue, Student Council.
Academic award recipients included Hance Hughes, Art; Mark Assad, Band; Jeremiah Mouton, Business Education; Mark Primeaux, Chorus; Sean Gifford, Computer Education; Eric Ristroph, English; Davis Rhorer, French; Jason Coleman, Health and Physical Education; Steven Summerville, Latin; Brian Lumpkins, Mathematics; Mark Assad, Religion; Eric Ristroph, Science, Joel Raborn, Social Studies; Jeremiah Mouton, Spanish.
Fifteen seniors were honored as CHS Men of the Year. This award recognizes seniors for their service, leadership and commitment to the school. Receiving this honor were Ryan Al-Marhoun, Allen Beal, Jason Coleman, KC Cunningham, Trailon Johnson, Spencer Jurkiewicz, Brian Lumpkins, Raphael Malbrue, Danilo Martinez, Jeffrey Noel, Jason Peters, Mark Primeaux, Joel Raborn, Beau Roberts and Elijah Zehyoue.
Two hundred and three seniors will participate in the Baccalaureate Mass and One hundred eleventh Commencement Exercises on Saturday, May 19, 2007 at 6 p.m. at the Baton Rouge River Center Arena.