Students Recognized At 2020 Academic Convocation Ceremonies
Catholic High School celebrated the academic excellence of 456 students at three grade-level Academic Convocations this year in order to safely recognize students while following COVID-19 guidelines.
First honors certificates and pins were given to students who have maintained a cumulative 3.5 grade point average, and highest honors certificates and pins were given to students who have maintained a cumulative 4.0 grade point average as of May 2020. Special awards were also given to Nationally Recognized students and AP Scholars. Additionally students were honored for achievements on the National Latin Exam.
Anthony Chiasson was honored for earning the Summa Cum Laude certificate and gold medal, the highest award possible, for the National Latin Exam.
Several seniors were awarded scholarships. Ian Cavana, Walter Herasymiuk, and Stephen Herin received the Brent David Pecue ’80 Memorial Scholarship and Mason Acosta was received the Jordan T. “Jordy” Rourke ’06 Memorial Scholarship. The recipient of the F. Wayne Frey ’71 and Marjorie “Grammy” Frey Memorial Endowed Scholarship was Noah Hixson and the Brother Adrian Gaudin, S.C. Scribe Memorial Endowed Scholarship, established by the Gaudin Family, was awarded to Parker St. Romain.
Fourteen seniors were recognized for having a 4.0 cumulative GPA, straight As for their entire CHS career! Those recognized were Brennan Campesi, Luke Dardis, Bailey Faulk, Owen Gamble, Thomas Hodgson, Peter Kelly, Lance Landry, Michael Long, Jack Matthews, Benjamin Mayeux, Cameron Morin, Lane Poche, Christian Thompson, and Broderick Wong.