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Lake Forest Country Day School Announces First Semester Honor Roll

LFCDS is pleased to announce that the following Upper School students have made the honor role for the first semester of the 2012-2013 school year.

Lake Forest Country Day School Announces First Semester Honor Roll

Lake Forest Country Day School (LFCDS) is pleased to announce the first semester honor roll of the 2012-2013 school year. Congratulations to our students as follows:

HIGH ACADEMIC HONORS

High Academic Honors indicates that a student has earned a grade point average of 3.67 or higher on a 4-point scale with no D or F.

Grade 6

Foster Graf, Kimberly Han, Sophie Kommers, Liam Larsen, Tyler Medvec, Nneka Okoli, Natalie Regan, Kimberly Stafford, Sydney Steinberg, Timothy Thompson, and Colin Weil.

Grade 7

Aryana Farimani, Victoria Giambrone, Chapin Grumhaus, Max Hayes, Anne Hennessy, Saphie Potts, Mason Schilling, Phelim Tong, and Lowell Weil.

Grade 8

Emily Cullitan, Erisa Farimani, Mariah Goeks, Tessa Mills, Connor Pan, Timothy Sperling, Will Suter, and Duncan Trerotola.

ACADEMIC HONORS

Academic Honors indicates that a student has earned a grade point average of 3.25 to 3.66 on a 4-point scale with no D or F.

Grade 6

Nicholas Bauer, Erin Bowler, Lily Connery, Layne Eklund, Alexandra Gunton, George Hodgkins, Jacob Phelps, Paul Podedworny, and Andrew Xakellis.

Grade 7

Jonathan Browne, Aidan Dee, Rebecca Dee, Justin Hone, Heather Knobel, Lexie Kolb, David Krivoshik, Olivia Maggos, Lydia Puryear, Adam Steinwold, Ian Strudwick, Alec Wilson, and Shaena Wright.

Grade 8

Filipe Alban, Travis Bryant, Patrick Dwyer, Alex Gamache, Jack Gilcrest, Julia Goeks, Tyler Grumhaus, Halima Ling, Kevin Meehan, Morgan Peirce, Libby Thompson, and Cynnie White

EFFORT HONORS

Students can receive an effort grade of Excellent, Very Good, Good, Uneven or Poor. In the fifth grade, students must receive Excellent effort in four areas, three of which must be in academic subjects. Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students must receive Excellent effort in five areas, three of which must be academic subjects.

Grade 5

Angelique Alexos, Henry Bernhart, Jaro Bijak, Grace Fitzgerald, Eva Hanson, Charlotte Kelliher, Caitlin Kolb, Jackson Kriger, Lauren McShea, Chloe Morrissey, Obi Okoli, Harrison Potts, Anna Schilling, Jessica Vignocchi, Mia Walvoord, and Mary Xakellis.

Grade 6

Foster Graf, Alexandra Gunton, Kimberly Han, George Hodgkins, Sophie Kommers, Liam Larsen, Natalie Regan, Kimberly Stafford, Sydney Steinberg, and Colin Weil.

Grade 7

Aidan Dee, Rebecca Dee, Aryana Farimani, Victoria Giambrone, Chapin Grumhaus, Ian Haupt, Max Hayes, Jared Hedlund, Anne Hennessy, Justin Hone, Heather Knobel, Lexie Kolb, David Krivoshik, Olivia Maggos, Saphie Potts, Lydia Puryear, Mason Schilling, Adam Steinwold, Ian Strudwick, Phelim Tong, Lowell Weil, Alec Wilson, and Shaena Wright.

Grade 8

Filipe Alban, Travis Bryant, Emily Cullitan, Patrick Dwyer, Erisa Farimani, Alex Gamache, Jack Gilcrest, Julia Goeks, Mariah Goeks, Halima Ling, Tessa Mills, Connor Pan, Morgan Peirce, Aleeya Sawyer, Matt Spadaro, Timothy Sperling, Will Suter, Libby Thompson, and Cynnie White.

LFCDS is a neighborhood school serving the Lake Forest community, and a regional center of excellence for early childhood, elementary, and middle school education for children ages 2 to Grade 8. For more information on LFCDS, please visit www.lfcds.org or call 847-615-6151.

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