STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 8 Wilmington Students Named To Malden Catholic’s Honor Roll

The below announcement is from Malden Catholic:

MALDEN, MA — Malden Catholic, one of New England’s leading college preparatory high schools, has announced that the following local students received honors for distinguished academic performance during the third quarter of the 2019-2020 academic year:

Headmasters List (all grades 90 percent and above)

  • Aaron Babu (Grade 11)
  • Adriana Rice (Grade 10)
  • Abigail Frye (Grade 10)
  • Lorianna Luongo (Grade 9)

First Honors (all grades 85 percent and above)

  • Samantha Ripley (Grade 9)

Second Honors (all grades 80 percent and above)

  • Sarah Cirame (Grade 10)
  • Daniel Luongo (Grade 11)
  • Hugh Murphey (Grade 10)

About Malden Catholic

Founded in 1932, Malden Catholic offers a unique Codivisional model among Catholic schools in the greater Boston area. Codivisional education is an educational model that offers children the best of both worlds, rigorous single-gender academics during the day and integrated social and extracurricular opportunities after school. With 565 students currently enrolled in the private, Xaverian-inspired educational institution, Malden Catholic boasts a proud history of academic excellence and leadership. It has graduated a Nobel Laureate, a U.S. Senator, business leaders, and students who have gone on to attend Harvard, Cornell, Columbia, the University of Chicago and Georgetown in recent years.

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