CBNA Scholastic Art Awards 2023

Eighteen Coe-Brown Students Representing 37 Works of Art Receive Statewide Recognition in

The Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire 2023

 

Northwood, New Hampshire… The Art Department is pleased to announce that the following students received recognition in the 2023 Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire Competition – An Affiliate Partner of the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, Inc. The exhibition opens at Pinkerton Academy on January 23 and runs through to the Awards Ceremony on Sunday, February 5.  Two ceremonies will take place: Awards for Grades 7-9 will begin at 11AM, and awards for Grades 10-12 will begin at noon.

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy student recipients are as follows:    

 

Barrington

 

Name (Grade) Award Title
Drew Byers (9) Honorable Mention – Drawing & Illustration Title:   Dairy for Breakfast
  Honorable Mention – Printmaking Title:   Dynamic Danny
Lauren Gibson (12) Gold Key Award – Painting Title:   Are You Okay?
  Silver Key Award – Painting Title:   Just Smile
  Silver Key Award – Ceramic & Glass Title: Maneki Neko
  Honorable Mention Award – Portfolio  
Ava Hussey (12) Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:  Are We the Same?
  Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:  Self Abandonment
  Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:  Drowning in A Lost Mind
  Silver Key Award – Portfolio 1  
  Honorable Mention Award – Portfolio 2  

 

Concord

 

Emma Larson (12) Silver Key – Drawing & Illustration Title: Midsommar
  Honorable Mention – Drawing & Illustration Title: Mr. Worldwide

 

Northwood

 

Jeiza Chacha (10) Silver Key Award – Photography Title:   New Leaf

 

Allie McGuigan (12) Silver Key Award – Ceramics & Glass Title:   Handsy
  Silver Key Award – Printmaking Title:   Autumn Again
Olivia McGrail (12) Honorable Mention Award – Ceramics & Glass Title:   Pot Head

 

Nottingham

 

Rowan Carr (12) Honorable Mention Award – Mixed Media Title:   Dreamscapes 1
Anushka Chavda (12) Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:   Kisses from A Seal
  Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:   Life’s Precious Moments
Sawyer Pedersen (11) Silver Key Award – Photography Title:   Seaside Sunset
  Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:   1:55 pm
  Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:   300 Years
  Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:   Mountain Road
  Honorable Mention Award – Photography Title:   Fall Evening
Lillian Wotton (12) Silver Key Award – Mixed Media Title:   Preserved Flowers

 

Pittsfield

 

Rubi Garrow (12) Honorable Mention Award – Mixed Media Title:   77’ Dentside

 

Strafford

 

Ze Bernard (11) Silver Key Award – Drawing & Illustration Title:   Escape
Nathaniel Ford (12) Honorable Mention Award – Printmaking Title:   Panama Jack Hat
Stella Harrison (9) Silver Key Award – Photography Title:   Lilly Pad
Isabella Naves (12) Honorable Mention Award – Ceramics & Glass Title:   The 70’s
Marlee Neuschuez (9) Honorable Mention Award – Painting Title:   A Shadow
Sydney Smith (12) Gold Key Award – Painting Title:   Our   (*Best of Show Nominee)
  Silver Key Award – Painting Title:    Bella Donna
  Honorable Mention Award – Mixed Media Title:    Gone Bad
  Honorable Mention Award – Painting Title:    Queen
  Silver Key Award – Portfolio  

 

 

Award totals: 2 Gold Keys, 13 Silver Keys, and 22 Honorable Mention.

 

The Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire

The Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire (SAANH) is a regional visual arts affiliate of the prestigious national Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Each year in September, the call goes out from SAANH to all New Hampshire’s Art Educators, grades 7-12, to register and submit their outstanding student artwork.

 

There are seventeen individual categories that students may enter work in. They range from Drawing and Painting to Sculpture and Mixed Media. Seniors may also submit a body of six pieces of work in a portfolio to compete for a number of cash and scholarships.

 

The SAANH believes that a moment of positive recognition can inspire a student to pursue a lifetime of creative expression.  It is critical to provide each emerging generation of creative leaders with early encouragement and to support artistic development.  Acknowledging that these skills are best nurtured in an environment in which creativity is valued, it is also essential to recognize and reward educators for their classroom efforts to encourage creativity, and to cultivate support for young artists.

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy strives to produce graduates who are academically and socially prepared to be responsible, caring and contributing members of the global society.

 

Founded in 1867, Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is a comprehensive secondary institution offering the highest quality curriculum of studies to the residents of Northwood, Strafford, and surrounding towns, as well as matriculated day students from further afield.  The State of New Hampshire certifies Coe-Brown Northwood Academy as a “Public Academy” with public school approval. Our educational programs and opportunities are accessible to both traditional and non-traditional learners, responsive to the diverse needs of an ever-changing community, and consistent with state and federal laws supporting the education of our youth.

 

The Academy offers a curriculum of studies which is consistent with these premises and the laws of the State of New Hampshire.  This curriculum, woven into a coordinated course of study, will enable all students to realize their potential and prepare them for their chosen endeavors upon graduation.  The expertise of faculty and staff permits course offerings to develop the full potential of all students, whether they be educationally advantaged or challenged.  It is then incumbent on the students to be academically diligent, consistent in attendance, and positive in attitude to successfully complete their chosen course of studies.

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is located at 907 First NH Turnpike, in Northwood, New Hampshire, on the shores of beautiful Harvey Lake. For further information about the school, please call 603-942-5531 or visit our website at www.CoeBrown.org.

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy Students Receive Recognition from the 2023 College Board National Recognition Programs

Northwood, New Hampshire…Headmaster David S. Smith of Coe-Brown Northwood Academy announced today that Nikhil Chavda and John Zhang have been named as Semifinalists in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program, while Megan Adams has been named a Commended Student for her exceptional academic promise. In addition, six CBNA students have been awarded the National Rural and Small Town Award through the College Board National Recognition Programs, including Megan Adams, Ella Brooks, Drew Clinch, Brady Kouchoukos, Emma Larson, John Zhang. Letters of recognition have been presented to these scholastically talented seniors.

Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation recently announced the names of over 16,000 Semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, including those of Chavda and Zhang. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,250 National Merit Scholarships worth nearly $28 million that will be offered in the spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. About 95% of the Semifinalists are expected to attain Finalist standing, and approximately half of the Finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the Merit Scholar title.

Adams is one of 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation who are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Although they will not continue in the 2023 competition for National Merit Scholarship awards, Commended Students placed among the top 50,000 students who entered the 2023 competition by taking the 2021 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).

The National Rural and Small Town Award is one of four in the National Recognition Program, which includes three others that recognize students of Hispanic, African American, or Indigenous heritage. Adams, Brooks, Clinch, Kouchoukos, Larson and Zhang were all recognized through the National Rural and Small Town award for being academically competitive underrepresented students. Students who may be eligible for this recognition have a GPA of 3.5 or higher and have excelled on the PSAT/NMSQT, or earned a score of 3 or higher on two or more AP Exams; and attend school in a rural area or small town.

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy strives to produce graduates who are academically and socially prepared to be responsible, caring and contributing members of the global society.

Founded in 1867, Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is a comprehensive secondary institution offering the highest quality curriculum of studies to the residents of Northwood, Strafford, and surrounding towns, as well as matriculated day students from further afield.  The State of New Hampshire certifies Coe-Brown Northwood Academy as a “Public Academy” with public school approval. Our educational programs and opportunities are accessible to both traditional and non-traditional learners, responsive to the diverse needs of an ever-changing community, and consistent with state and federal laws supporting the education of our youth.

 

The Academy offers a curriculum of studies which is consistent with these premises and the laws of the State of New Hampshire.  This curriculum, woven into a coordinated course of study, will enable all students to realize their potential and prepare them for their chosen endeavors upon graduation.  The expertise of faculty and staff permits course offerings to develop the full potential of all students, whether they be educationally advantaged or challenged.  It is then incumbent on the students to be academically diligent, consistent in attendance, and positive in attitude to successfully complete their chosen course of studies.

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is located at 907 First NH Turnpike, in Northwood, New Hampshire, on the shores of beautiful Harvey Lake. For further information about the school, please call 603-942-5531 or visit our website at www.CoeBrown.org.

CBNA Theatre Presents- The Wizard of Oz

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy Theatre Program Features Musical

“The Wizard of Oz”

 

Northwood, New Hampshire… Coe-Brown Northwood Academy’s theatre program is pleased to announce their 2022 fall musical The Wizard of Oz! This award-winning musical about believing in yourself, and the eternal struggle between right and wrong, will feature music, scenery, and acting that will knock the Wicked Witch of the West right off her feet! Come join Dorothy, Toto, the Tin Man, Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion as they journey across the Land of Oz in search of the Emerald City and a way to help Dorothy get back to Kansas. Because as we all know, there’s no place like home!

 

Home has been a constant theme in this production. CBNA faculty member and production director Jennifer Moynihan revealed, “The most magical part of watching the process of a show like this unfold is seeing the community the students build up for one another. Our seniors have established a strong work ethic for our underclassmen, but more than that, they have set the tone that our theatre space is a home away from home and all are welcome and appreciated here.”

 

Senior Sam Marcotte spent some time interviewing the cast and crew, to learn more about what motivates them to be a part of the shows. Marcotte, who plays the Scarecrow, also noted that the CBNA Theatre cast and crew prides itself on their feeling of community. Malachi Turner, a freshman who plays the Coroner of Munchkin Land, found CBNA theatre to be extremely welcoming, and already loves the environment and the connections. Sophomores Emery Grady and Ethan Welch, both of whom play in the ensemble, credit the theater with conquering their stage fright, and are looking forward to playing roles in future productions.  According to Marcotte, “Most audience members don’t understand the amount of energy, endurance, and love put into the show they are about to watch. The props and the costumes are lined with our souls, hours upon hours are put out on that stage. The audience will witness this when they come to see our show.”

 

Moynihan made a special point of adding, “One of the central aspects of any CBNA Theatre production is providing a fully immersive learning experience for students. Our technical team has created almost all of the design elements you see on stage, from the costume design to the flowers you see in the land of Oz. We have incredible student choreographers, who are also performers on the stage, who have brought several really fun dance sequences to our production.”

 

Special thanks go to John Moynihan, The Firehouse Center for the Arts, and The Community Players of Concord who loaned costumes and building materials for this production. The CBNA Theatre program’s sincerest gratitude also goes to CBNA faculty members Kolby Hume, Dana Haley, Danielle Muir and their students for their organizational, technical, and artistic talents. Thanks as well to the entire cast and crew, including sound director Benjamin Place ’23, and logo designer Ian Helm ’23.

 

Evening performances will take place Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 at 7 pm, with a matinee performance on Saturday, October 29 at 2 pm. Mobile tickets are available online now via our virtual ticketing program at www.coebrown.org

Tickets will also be available for cash purchase one hour before curtain on the day of the performances. Tickets are $15 for adults, and $10 for students/seniors. This show is appropriate for kids of all ages. Seating is general admission, although special need requests will be honored when possible.

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy strives to produce graduates who are academically and socially prepared to be responsible, caring and contributing members of the global society.

 

Founded in 1867, Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is a comprehensive secondary institution offering the highest quality curriculum of studies to the residents of Northwood, Strafford, and surrounding towns, as well as matriculated day students from further afield.  The State of New Hampshire certifies Coe-Brown Northwood Academy as a “Public Academy” with public school approval. Our educational programs and opportunities are accessible to both traditional and non-traditional learners, responsive to the diverse needs of an ever-changing community, and consistent with state and federal laws supporting the education of our youth.

 

The Academy offers a curriculum of studies which is consistent with these premises and the laws of the State of New Hampshire.  This curriculum, woven into a coordinated course of study, will enable all students to realize their potential and prepare them for their chosen endeavors upon graduation.  The expertise of faculty and staff permits course offerings to develop the full potential of all students, whether they be educationally advantaged or challenged.  It is then incumbent on the students to be academically diligent, consistent in attendance, and positive in attitude to successfully complete their chosen course of studies.

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is located at 907 First NH Turnpike, in Northwood, New Hampshire, on the shores of beautiful Harvey Lake. For further information about the school, please call 603-942-5531 or visit our website at www.CoeBrown.org.

 

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Caption Photo #1:

The cast of “The Wizard of Oz!” rehearsing as an ensemble. Photo by Judy Loto.

 

Caption Photo #2:

The logo for this production, shown here, was designed by Coe-Brown senior Ian Helm.

 

CBNA Student Receives Silver Medal in 2022 National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

“We can say for certain then that a program like [The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards] doesn’t just honor artists. It creates them. It nurtures them. It gives them permission to shine brighter, to think differently, to be bolder.” – Jennifer Garner

 

When Coe-Brown Northwood Academy junior Samara Kern sat down to tackle her Flash Fiction writing assignment for her ‘Creative Writing’ class, she was not feeling particularly inspired. Kern notes, “Out of all that I have written, that was not the one that I thought would win anything. That was a surprise.” Kern’s writing piece titled “His Forgetfulness” was one of three works that Kern submitted to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards at the New Hampshire state level where it won a Gold Key. The same writing piece went on to win a Silver Medal in the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.

In “His Forgetfulness,” Kern creates a snapshot into the lives of two old men living in the country, former farmers, who are coping with the passage of time. One of the two men struggles with the onset of what might be dementia, but together, the two of them work together to remember, and in doing so illustrate the power of friendship, companionship, and the power of memory, or in this case, the impact of the lack thereof.

Flash Fiction is characterized as much by its brevity, as the plot and character development required within its short framework. Although Kern excels at flash fiction, she doesn’t see herself as a fiction author, preferring other genres instead. “Personal narrative is easiest, but poetry is my favorite. Fiction, nope. I just don’t see myself as that creative.” The assignment that resulted in this award-winning work gave each student in the class 30 minutes to write only 5-1,500 words, using a teacher-provided photograph as a prompt.

Kern’s teacher for her Creative Writing course, Amy Usinger, a ten-year veteran of the Coe-Brown faculty, was impressed that a sixteen-year-old young woman could so accurately portray the voice of these elderly men. Usinger commented on Kern’s “economy of language and understanding of the breadth of human experience,” and says Kern’s, “mature insight captured the subtlety of gesture for these two men who were so nostalgic over a forty-year friendship that is fading fast.”

When the email from the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards judges arrived in Kern’s inbox, she was very surprised and promptly texted her parents, “Guess what!” Kern plans to pursue her writing skills through workshops this summer, possibly at New York University or through The Knowledge Society’s Global Virtual Program.

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards annually recognize student achievement in the visual and literary arts in twenty-eight categories, including drawing and illustration, photography, flash fiction, poetry, film and animation, journalism, and more. Since the program’s founding in 1923, the Awards have fostered the creativity and talent of millions of students, including renowned alumni who have gone on to become leaders in their fields, including Amanda Gorman, Tschabalala Self, Stephen King, Kay WalkingStick, Charles White, Joyce Carol Oates, and Andy Warhol. An Award signifies to parents, teachers, the community and colleges that a student is an accomplished artist or writer. The Awards offer opportunities for creative teens to earn recognition, exhibition, publication and scholarships.

In 2022, only twenty-four students from eight different New Hampshire high schools, both public and private, representing thirty-one written works, received National awards. Each work of art and writing is blindly adjudicated, first locally through the more than 100 affiliates of the Alliance, and then nationally by panels of judges comprised of renowned artists, authors, educators and industry experts. Works are judged on originality, technical skill, and emergence of personal vision or voice.

CBNA 2022 Scholastic Writing Awards

Twenty Coe-Brown Northwood Academy students were recently honored for their excellence in writing in the 2022 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards–An Affiliate Partner of the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, Inc. These awards are granted upon review by a panel of creative professionals. Since 1923, the awards have provided early recognition for some of the country’s most celebrated authors and artists.

Upon review of the twenty-nine written works submitted by these Coe-Brown students, statewide recognition in the form of 2 Gold Keys, 15 Silver Keys, and 12 Honorable Mentions was awarded. These pieces of writing included short stories, flash fiction, personal essays & memoirs, and poetry.

Coe-Brown Student recipients are as follows:

 

Barrington

Name (Grade) Award Category
Seth Brown (9) Honorable Mention Award Flash Fiction
Francesca Ferguson (10) Gold Key Award Personal Essay & Memoir
Lillian Peabody (9) Honorable Mention Award Personal Essay & Memoir

 

Northwood

Name (Grade) Award Category
Mikaela Belanger (12) Silver Key Short Story
Carly Clemmer (11) Honorable Mention Personal Essay & Memoir
Carolina Colley (12) Silver Key Personal Essay & Memoir
Silver Key Poetry
Silver Key Poetry
Allie McGuigan (11) Honorable Mention Personal Essay & Memoir
Silver Key Poetry
Eva Roy (12) Silver Key Personal Essay & Memoir
Silver Key Flash Fiction
Lily Veneroni (12) Silver Key Personal Essay & Memoir

 

Nottingham

Name (Grade) Award Category
Kru Donovan (9) Honorable Mention Flash Fiction
Natalie Fernald (9) Honorable Mention Flash Fiction
Matthew Flanagan (9) Honorable Mention Flash Fiction
John Zhang (11) Honorable Mention Flash Fiction

 

Deerfield

Name (Grade) Award Category
Olivia Verville (9) Silver Key Flash Fiction
Silver Key Flash Fiction

 

Strafford

Name (Grade) Award Category
Camryn Hildreth (12) Honorable Mention Poetry
Samara Kern (11) Silver Key Personal Essay & Memoir
Honorable Mention Poetry
Gold Key Flash Fiction
Isabella Naves (11) Honorable Mention Poetry
Silver Key Flash Fiction
Silver Key Flash Fiction
Mairead O’Shea (12) Honorable Mention Poetry
Ryan Page (12) Silver Key Flash Fiction
Maryanne Sawyer (9) Silver Key Flash Fiction

The National Writing Project in New Hampshire
Founded in 2002, The National Writing Project in New Hampshire is the New Hampshire branch of the National Writing Project. Through a network of teacher leaders, the project works to improve writing instruction throughout the state. Young writers will be published in a regional anthology, Middle/High School Voices, and honored at a spring conference.

Since 1998, the publication Middle/High School Voices has been providing an outlet for publication of New Hampshire’s student writing. In our regional competition, student writers will be recognized by the inclusion of award-winning writing in our regional anthology and at an award ceremony in the spring.

Quarter 1 Honor Roll 2022-2023

Upated November 16,2022

Northwood, New Hampshire…Headmaster David S. Smith of Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is pleased to announce the Honor Roll for the first quarter of the 2022-2023 school year. Congratulations to all students who successfully completed their studies this quarter.

 

Grade 12      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Megan Adams, Josephine Antosiewicz, Eric Boheen, Ella Brooks, Brandon Brown, Jillian Brown, Thomas Brown, Emily Burnap, Sophie Carloni, Rowan Carr, Anushka Chavda, Nikhil Chavda, Drew Clinch, Ross Cook, William Countey III, Aidan Cox, Madison DeCota, Gabriel Dellario, Caitlyn Doughty, Emerson Dwyer, Lucille Ewing, Sheldyn Fisher, Thomas Flanagan, Nathaniel Ford, Gwyneth Glaser, Madeleine Grenier, Hugh Hamilton, Riley Jackson, Connor Joy, Brady Kouchoukos, Emma Larson, Aidan Lindsey, Samuel Marcotte, Allie McGuigan, Isabella Naves, Audrey Perron, Lillian Perry, Benjamin Place, Josephine Romatelli, Molly Sawyer, Claire Siegert, Lily Silvester, Geneva Telehala, Elizabeth Weiss, Lillian Wotton, John Zhang

 

Grade 12      HONOR ROLL

 Courtney Abell, Caleb Adams, Julie Anderson, Cameran Ash, Maya Barthel, Eli Beede, Maddison Beltran, Zachary Bistany, Zachary Blades, Jada Bourdon, Emma Broadstone, Jesse Brodeur, Brendan Castine, Robert Chadbourn, Kaitlyn Chase, Wyatt Clark, Carly Clemmer, Cassandra Clery, Jameson Coelho, Gabri-el Collins, Sawyer Conway, Emily Coon, Matthew Corriveau, Alexis Cowan, Brodi Cross, Anthony DeBello, Kyle DeGrace, Gavin Demas, Donald DeMoss, Henry Devaney, Samuel Drake, Samantha Dunton, Andrew Dyer, Shea Escabi, Devon Foley, Caitlin Frost, Autumn Garrett, Rubi Garrow, Gabriela Gracia, Carly Hardy, Jayden Hartigan, Christopher Heckman, Christopher Helm, Ian Helm, Aidan Hickey, Finn Hill, Joshua Hill, Nicholas Hobart, Landon Huntington, Kyle Jenkins, Courtney Jennings, Ryleigh Johnson, Mary Joy, Samara Kern, Pacey Labelle, Matthew Labrecque, Adam Lacerte, Trevor Letendre, Jacob Marsh, Brady Marston, Sophie Mathison, Olivia McGrail, Sydney Meehan, Seamus Mone, Kylee Murray, Sam Nadeau, Tanessa Nault, Wyatt Olofson, Payton Paradis, Alexander Pease, Conor Pease, Jonathan Pelletier, Wesley Perry, Carl Peters, Ian Phelps, Ean Pinard, Lilian Poulin, Hailey Pruett, Christopher Reed, Benjamin Robinson, Daisy Rowe-Fiscus, Noelle Sartin, Frederick Schaaff IV, Rebecca Scruton, Cameron Sevin, Natalie Sicard, Sydney Smith, Lilly Sprague, Connor Strum, Dylan Swasey, Mallory Taylor, Boden Tenney, Jailyn Thimba, Anissa Thorne, Tyler Tkaczyk, Riley Trahant, Julia Tursi, Liam Wheeler, Jack Whitcher

 

Grade 11    HIGH HONOR ROLL

 Jordyn Albin, Connor Bagnell, Anna Bergeron, Rex Betts-Levine, Emma Bilodeau, Isabella Bouchard, Nolynn Brackett, Sarah Buehrer, Claire Burbank, Abigail Coleman, Evelynn Dearborn, Andrew DeBello, Bailee DeTrude, Jason Dumas, James Edmonds, Nicholas Fallon, Francesca Ferguson, Noah Fitzpatrick, Olivia Frost, Isabella Hanscome, Jacqueline Heilshorn, Eleanor Hill, Faelynne Johnson, Colin Kane, Kalina Kasprzak, James Lano, Susannah Lavoie, Michaela Linskey, Nathaniel Lo Vecchio, Somer Loto, Zalán Mikó, Courtney Morris, Marin Morrison, Kiley Murphy, Sanjith Nomula, Samantha Peasley, Sawyer Pedersen, Stephen Perry, Jayden Porter, Ariella Price, Anna Reiff, Quinn Salter, Thomas Small, Sarah Sullivan, Makennah Tatem, Julianna Vagi, Elias Warner

 

Grade 11    HONOR ROLL

 Mackenzie Aham, Trevor Amergian, Ze Bernard, Brock Bieniek, Alyviah Blad, Alex Brodeur, Cecilia Burke, Dylan Burovac, Joseph Bush, Nicholas Cartier, Landon Clawson, Aviana Cormier, Sara Davis, Kai DeMontigny, Charley DeMoss, Patrick Ferland, Andrew George, Michael Gerard, Lilly Gilman, Kaleb Girard, Eliana Gracia, Luke Graham, Sophia Grassi, Lilliana Griswold, Annika Gunderson, Campbell Hartford, Maxwell Heigis, Leighelle Johnson, Ainsley Kilbreth, Isabelle Laliberte, Reed Lyle, Myles Mahoney, Justin Mandigo, Donovan Martin, Quinn Martyniak, Ryan Matson, Christopher Matthews, Honorah McGlone, Saere McGuinness, Evelyn McLaughlin, Liam McLean, Athena Moore, McKenzie Moss, Elan Murray, Mackenzie Nadeau, Oliver Neuschuez, Hayley Newick, Elizabeth Norman, Justin Perry, Tyler Phinney, Caitlin Power, Aaron Price, Kylie Prusia, Judith Quinney, Christopher Raymond, Alexander Readel, Eva Rose, Hannah Shortt, Holly Smith, Jack Smith, Julia Stevens, Justin Stevens, Kassidy Taylor, Emily Todd, Ethan Waterhouse, Avery Wells, Wilson Weygant, Gianna Wheeler, Elizabeth Wolf

 

Grade 10  HIGH HONOR ROLL

 Matthew Anderson, Nathaniel Beede, Seth Brown, Camryn Buchanan, Alexandra Cleaver, Casey Colby, Lili Cook, Margaret Escabi, Natalie Fernald, Matthew Flanagan, Quinn Froburg, Jorgia Garrow, Cassidy Green, Colby Heald, Jonathan Hussey, Grace Johnson, Ashley Kaichen, Ryan Kouchoukos, Sean Leavitt, Jayden Madison, Delaney Manning, Aiden McGuigan, James McKane, Luciana Medina, Hannah Meehan, Paige Murdough, Jennifer Noni, Samantha Perron, Isaiah Petrin, Dylan Plowman, Shannon Ross, Emili Sheldon, Coryn Therrien, Audrey Tuttle, Brielle Tweed, Stella Vachon, Liam White

 

Grade 10  HONOR ROLL

 Elizabeth Abernathy, Emma Alberts, Lucius Aucella, Frank Baker, Samantha Ball, Xander Ballou, Gilbert Bean, Carter Brown, Maizy Buckovitch, Jenna Bunce, Benjamin Byers, Nicholas Caproni, Carolyn Clawson, Haile Comeau, Alexander Conner, Eilah Crawn, Amy Demaine, Kru Donovan, Jordan Drouin, Keira Duddy, Gavin Dyjak, Caleb Edgecomb, Gabriel Forte, Alexis Glidden, Aubrey Glusko, Lillian Gonzalo, Emery Grady, Christopher Griswold, Kailyn Harlow, Anna Hocevar, Carson Hodgdon, Haylie Jackson, Caleb Jobin, Ciaran Kenyon, Luc Kerouac, Breanne Korzeb, Chase LaChapelle, Alexander LaMora, Bruce LaPierre, Charlotte Leas, Cameron Lee, Cameron Leonard, Madeline Lovett, Jack Matson, Brendan McCourt, Luke Melanson, Natalie Mello, Nicholas Miller, Madison Moore, Madison Morin, Alexis Muse, Alexander Myslinski, Skyler Nelson, Graison Odom, Brooklyn Orluk, Lillian Peabody, Katherine Pease, Isabella Pelletier, Emma Perry, Cariss Pettigrew, Haley Plourde, Brianna Plunkett, Aiden Quaglia, Megan Reed, Amirah Rhofiry, Anthony Rich, Ryan Rodler, Constance Russo, Maryanne Sawyer, Travis Schultz, Dylan Sebasco, Aiden Severance, Olivia Sevin, Benjamin Silvester, Zoey Smith, Xavier Sousa, McKenzie Taylor, Isabella Tenney, Victoria Thornell, Ash Trukas, Andrew Van de Meulebroecke, Elizabeth Venetos, Mikayla Verra, Olivia Verville, Kaiya Viens, Isabel Waldron, Ethan Welch, Bella Wiggin, Olivia Wolthuis, Owen Wood

 

 Grade 9 HIGH HONOR ROLL

 Brooke Bachhuber, Sadie Bartlein, Mary Bergeron, Summer Brackett, Luke Corriveau, Kelli Daniel, Abigail Drake, Oliver Ford, Tyler Fuller, Natalie George, Isabelle Grenier, Sofya Gunderson, Joanna Henly, Grace Marston, István Mikó, Harrison O’Neal, Shea Raymond, Samuel Rose, Jadyn Spearin, Halle Waldo

 

 Grade 9  HONOR ROLL

 Carolyn Abernathy, Kylie Bieniek, Grace Bilodeau, Evan Brooks, Danielle Byers, Drew Byers, Mia Campbell, Cameron Carbone, Addison Coffin, Brady Colgan, Spencer Conway, Emma Corey, Brianna Coulter, Brianna Cunningham, Jonathan Dearborn, Kolton Dobson, Jade Dostie, Jayla Duncan, Aprylle Edwards, Caroline Emery, Samuel Fletcher, Carson Fowler, Cooper Glennon, Logan Goulart, Zoe Harlow, Stella Harrison, Caroline Hunt, Kendall Jackson, Meredith Kerivan, Adam Kozlowski, Bella Lapierre, Kaitlyn Linskey, Brodie Lo Vecchio, Dean Loukola, Wesley Magdziarz, Sophie Marsh, Emma Mayo, Joseph McGann, Finn McGrail, Kyla Merrill, Jaden Morgan, Madelyn Moss, Adalynn Moynihan, Hadlea Murray, Marlee Neuschuez, Breanne Peters, Stephen Phillips, Emma-Lee Place, Joseph Poisson, Seth Porter, Chloe Rothaug, Mackenzie Scribner, Sadie Scruton, Kasey Siering, Ethan Speiser, Colton Spinale, Madison Taylor, Grace Therrien, Declan Totten, Madyson Tousignant, Kyah Travers, Malachi Turner, Logan Watson, Jake Wolf, Matthew Yakovakis

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy strives to produce graduates who are academically and socially prepared to be responsible, caring and contributing members of the global society.

 

Founded in 1867, Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is a comprehensive secondary institution offering the highest quality curriculum of studies to the residents of Northwood, Strafford, and surrounding towns, as well as matriculated day students from further afield.  The State of New Hampshire certifies Coe-Brown Northwood Academy as a “Public Academy” with public school approval. Our educational programs and opportunities are accessible to both traditional and non-traditional learners, responsive to the diverse needs of an ever-changing community, and consistent with state and federal laws supporting the education of our youth.

 

The Academy offers a curriculum of studies which is consistent with these premises and the laws of the State of New Hampshire.  This curriculum, woven into a coordinated course of study, will enable all students to realize their potential and prepare them for their chosen endeavors upon graduation.  The expertise of faculty and staff permits course offerings to develop the full potential of all students, whether they be educationally advantaged or challenged.  It is then incumbent on the students to be academically diligent, consistent in attendance, and positive in attitude to successfully complete their chosen course of studies.

 

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is located at 907 First NH Turnpike, in Northwood, New Hampshire, on the shores of beautiful Harvey Lake. For further information about the school, please call 603-942-5531 or visit our website at www.CoeBrown.org.

 

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Quarter 4 Honor Roll 2020-2021

HEADMASTER DAVID S. SMITH IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE

HONOR ROLL FOR THE FOURTH QUARTER.

 

Grade 12      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Jennifer Bettencourt, Emily Buehne, Morgan Burnap, Hogan Cain, Austin Carrier, Addison Cox, Corinne Fernald, Carter Ford, Madeline Grygiel, Aaron Gundersen, Olivia Kreps, Allison Mackey, Sarah Marsh, Tessa Millette, Emily Morris, Hunter Murray, Isabel Myers, Kira NealBurk, Olivia Noni, Emma Pinard, Andrew Quaglia, Jeremy Richards, Anika Smith, Autumn Stevens, Darin Sweet, Drusilla Szatko, Valentina White, Jordan Whittier, Emma Zollman

Grade 12      HONOR ROLL

Jacob Anderson, Skyler Arnold, Declan Baker, Tyler Bistany, Nicholas Boucher, Amelia Brackett, Aislin Burt, Charlotte Cleaver, Benjamin Clinch, Gabrielle Critchett, Alexander Davidson, Jesse Davis, Cullen Escabi, Molly Ewing, Aidan Flynn, Camryn Gatchell, Broder Gunderson, Porter Heigis, Patrick Hill, Kathryn Hocevar, Degan Hodgdon, Jacob Hodgdon, Michael Holderby, Wells Lambert, Samantha Lemay, John Levitow III, Percival Melanson, Logan Mihelich, Giovanni Minasalli, William Moehlmann, Robert Morrison, Riley Mulligan, Emma Naves, Keegan Paradis, Joseph Passwater, Benjamin Peverly, Jacob Phinney, Jenna Pogorek, Clayton Price, Mackenzie Quick, Matthew Ramstrom, Katelyn Rand, Tyler Rose, Brenna Roy, Aidyn Short, Cole Smith, Elijah Tomlinson-Burrell, Jordan Trahant, Thomas Trumble, Beatrice Tursi, Rachel Tuttle, Caitlyn van Gerena, Eliana Walk, Lian Welch, Zachariah Wilson, Tanner Wotton, Joy Yurek

Grade 11      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Malli Begin, Megan Brieger, Alyssa Chalifour, Jackson Colby, Carolina Colley, Jacob Cook, Lacy Davis, Samuel Dupuis, Nicole Gaedtke, Lars Grotenhuis, Kaelyn Hardy, Cadence Howard, Emily Huebel, Aidan Kane, Alexander Knight, Morgan Koskela, Eleanor LaBrie, Martin Lacerte, Samuel Lapiejko, Anders Larson, Samuel Lavoie, Skye Loto, Anya Marengo, Sragvi Nomula, Michael Robinson Jr., Eva Roy, Alexandra Stover, Kiara Summers, Anne Thoms, Joshua Warner, Ellie Wolthuis, Molly York

Grade 11      HONOR ROLL

Nevaeh Acevedo, Alexa Ball, Rylee Barry, Mikaela Belanger, Rowan Boyce, Olivia Buzzell, Thomas Cirillo, Jordan Dean, Alexandra Elliot, Mallory Farrar, Ava Fitzgerald, Michael Gannon, Trevor Gardner, Meredith Gibson, Hunter Graham, Dawson Green, Gabriel Hendershot, Camryn Hildreth, Nicholas Hill, Nicholas Indelicato, Sabrinalin Jeffers, Charles Jones, Colin Kilbreth, Misaki Kondrup, Kevin Kouchoukos, Jack Lano, Makena Lee, Max Leifer, Reagan LoVecchio, Maxwell Lupinacci, Michael Lurvey, Owen McLean, Evan Parker, Madelynn Peabody, Brendon Philbrick, Nicholas Principato, Karli Pujo, Benjamin Reiff, Natalie Riley, Dylan Ross, Nicholas Schroeder, Sydney Schwartz, Owen Silsby-Belknap, Parker Tatem, James Thomas, Turner Totten, Ethan Vachon, Lily Veneroni, Elizabeth White, Emma Wiley, Camren Winde, Abby Wojtkowski

Grade 10      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Megan Adams, Josephine Antosiewicz, Eric Boheen, Ella Brooks, Emily Burnap, Rowan Carr, Nikhil Chavda, Drew Clinch, William Countey III, Aidan Cox, Madison DeCota, Gabriel Dellario, Andrew Dyer, Lucille Ewing, Sheldyn Fisher, Nathaniel Ford, Gwyneth Glaser, Madeleine Grenier, Riley Jackson, Brady Kouchoukos, Emma Larson, Samuel Marcotte, Sierra McGahey, Allie McGuigan, Isabella Naves, Audrey Perron, Lillian Perry, Ean Pinard, Christopher Reed, Molly Sawyer, Lily Silvester, Geneva Telehala, Liam Wheeler, Lillian Wotton

Grade 10      HONOR ROLL

Courtney Abell, Caleb Adams, Julie Anderson, Maya Barthel, Eli Beede, Zachary Bistany, Jesse Brodeur, Jillian Brown, Sophie Carloni, Dylan Case, Brendan Castine, Robert Chadbourn, Anushka Chavda, Wyatt Clark, Carly Clemmer, Jameson Coelho, Ross Cook, Alexis Cowan, Alayna DeAngelis, Anthony DeBello, Kyle DeGrace, Samuel Drake, Thomas Flanagan, Devon Foley, Caitlin Frost, Autumn Garrett, Lauren Gibson, Gabriela Gracia, Jayden Hartigan, Christopher Heckman, Ian Helm, Aidan Hickey, Finn Hill, Nicholas Hobart, Connor Joy, Bridget Kelly, Samara Kern, Pacey Labelle, Matthew Labrecque, Trevor Letendre, Aidan Lindsey, Adam Ludwikowski, Josephine Malloy, Jacob Marsh, Olivia McGrail, Sydney Meehan, Cecilia Mello, Seamus Mone, Tanessa Nault, Conor Pease, Jonathan Pelletier, Carl Peters, Ian Phelps, Benjamin Place, Lilian Poulin, Hailey Pruett, Josephine Romatelli, Daisy Rowe-Fiscus, Noelle Sartin, Natalie Sicard, Claire Siegert, Sydney Smith, Dylan Swasey, Mallory Taylor, Jailyn Thimba, Tyler Tkaczyk, Julia Tursi, Elizabeth Weiss, Jack Whitcher

Grade 9       HIGH HONOR ROLL

Jordyn Albin, Connor Bagnell, Anna Bergeron, Sydney Bergeron, Emma Bilodeau, Isabella Bouchard, Alex Brodeur, Claire Burbank, Evelynn Dearborn, Andrew DeBello, Bailee DeTrude, Nicholas Fallon, Francesca Ferguson, Olivia Frost, Andrew George, Joelle Hanscom, Campbell Hartford, Eleanor Hill, Colin Kane, Kalina Kasprzak, Ainsley Kilbreth, James Lano, Michaela Linskey, Somer Loto, Nathaniel LoVecchio, Honorah McGlone, Evelyn McLaughlin, Liam McLean, Marin Morrison, Kiley Murphy, Sanjith Nomula, Samantha Peasley, Jayden Porter, Judith Quinney, Alexander Readel, Arista Robidas, Hannah Shortt, Holly Smith, Sarah Sullivan, Julianna Vagi, Elias Warner

Grade 9      HONOR ROLL

Mackenzie Aham, Lucy Bernard, Rex Betts-Levine, Brock Bieniek, Alyviah Blad, Nolynn Brackett, Lily Buehne, Sarah Buehrer, Dylan Burovac, Joseph Bush, Liberty Cillo, Landon Clawson, Abigail Coleman, Mason Collins, Gavin Dabrieo, Sara Davis, Kyla DeMontigny, Ashley Devoid, James Edmonds, Piper Fennessy, Patrick Ferland, Michael Gerard, Lilly Gilman, Eliana Gracia, Luke Graham, Sophia Grassi, Daniel Grober, Annika Gunderson, Isabella Hanscome, Jacqueline Heilshorn, Annie Jerome, Faelynne Johnson, Wesley Jones, Susannah Lavoie, Maxwell Lemay, Hazel Lichtenwalner, Cameron Lindsey, Reed Lyle, Connor Marquette, Donovan Martin, Quinn Martyniak, Ryan Matson, Zalán Mikó, Jackson Moore, Courtney Morris, Elan Murray, Mackenzie Nadeau, Hayley Newick, Elizabeth Norman, Sawyer Pedersen, Justin Perry, Stephen Perry, Tyler Phinney, Ariella Price, Kylie Prusia, Christopher Raymond, Anna Reiff, Eva Rose, Quinn Salter, Thomas Small, Jack Smith, Justin Stevens, Makennah Tatem, Kassidy Taylor, Emily Todd, Emerson Totten, Ethan Waterhouse, Avery Wells, Elizabeth Wolf

CBNA Theatre Presents: GODSPELL

The cost is $10 per screen, with an opportunity for an additional donation to the company.

 

Please follow the link below to purchase access:

https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/52678

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Patrons can not pause or rewind and can only watch it in real time. When the stream ends, so does their access.

 

 

Logo Art courtesy of Ian Helm ’23.

Please reach out to Kolby Hume via email with any additional questions: khume@coebrown.net

Coe-Brown Announces Top Ten Graduates of the Class of 2021

Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is proud to announce the top ten graduates of the Class of 2021.

Kira NealBurk, Valedictorian

The Valedictorian for the Class of 2021 is Kira Neal Burk.  Kira is the daughter of Allison Neal and Jerry Burk of Barrington. Kira will attend Dartmouth College with an interest in Environmental Science and Environmental Studies with a Sustainability focus. She would like to work in the area of sustainable policy and development or pursue climate change research. While at CBNB, Kira participated in Girl’s Tennis Team, National Honors Society, National English Honors Society, Writing Center, all while working at Golick’s Dairy Bar.


Sarah Marsh, Salutatorian

The 2021 Salutatorian is Sarah D. Marsh. Sarah is the daughter of Terri and David Marsh of Strafford, will be attending the Florida Institute of Technology exploring the science field. She plans to pursue her bachelor’s and then master’s in the science field she finds most enjoyable. While at CBNA, Sara was a member of the National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, math team, and writing center.


The remaining top graduates are listed in alphabetical order:

 

Emily Buehne

Emily R. Buehne, daughter of Elizabeth and David Buehne of Strafford, will attend the University of New Hampshire, with an interest in high school teaching. While at the Academy, Emily participated in Paragon, Debate Club, Creative Writing Club, Spanish National Honors Society, Math Team, Girls Lacrosse, National Honor Society, Writing Center and was on the Robotics Team.


Hogan Cain

Hogan W. Cain is the son of Paul and Rebecca Cain of Nottingham. He will be attending Roger Williams University in the fall with a major in Architecture. Hogan hopes to own his own firm one day. During his time at CBNA, Hogan participated in Varsity Soccer, Track, Seacoast United Soccer Club, Student Government, Writing Center, and the Student Athlete Leadership Team (SALT).


Austin Carrier

Austin Brady Carrier, son of Christina and Mark Carrier of Boscawen, will be attending the University of New Hampshire majoring in Chemistry. While at CBNA, Austin participated in Science and Robotics Club, Math Team, Dungeons and Dragons, Magic the Gathering, Tennis, and National Honor Society. Austin plans to work in teaching and science research.


Corinne Fernald

Corinne Elinor Fernald, daughter of Dawn and Joseph Fernald of Nottingham will be attending the University of New Hampshire. Corinne will major in Biology with a goal of going to medical school to become a doctor in the field of orthopedics. While at CBNA, Corinne participated in Varsity Soccer, Club Soccer with Seacoast United Soccer Club, CBNA Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field, National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, HOSA Future Health Professionals, Student Athlete Leadership Team, and Peer Helpers


Tessa Millette

Tessa L. Millette, daughter of Sheri and Stephen Millette of Barrington, will be attending Colby-Sawyer College in the fall, studying Creative and Professional Writing, Tessa would like to be an editor as well as a publisher of her own works. While at Coe-Brown, Tessa participated in National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, National French Honor Society, Peer Helpers, Cross Country, Indoor Track, and Outdoor Track & Field.


Alasdair Morrison

Alasdair Morrison, son of Ann Michelle Morrison of Northwood has been accepted at the University of Aberdeen and Durham University, and is also considering a gap year. Robert will major in Computer Science and has an interest in working in software to assist in the exploration of unknown spaces, primarily outer space and the ocean.  While at CBNA, Robert participated in Robotics club, Math Team, National Honor Society, and Latin Honor Society. Robert also is a martial arts instructor, and member of NH Fiddle Ensemble.


Isabel Myers

Isabel Myers, daughter of Anna and Edward Myers, of Nottingham will be attending Coastal Carolina University majoring in Biochemistry. During her time at CBNA, Isabel participated in Soccer, National Honors Society, National English Honors Society, and Paragon. Isabel is studying to be a physician’s assistant.


Olivia Noni

Olivia Noni is the daughter of Katherine and Jason Noni of Nottingham. Olivia will be attending the University of Georgia with an interest in business and communications. While at CBNA, Olivia was the Class of 2021 Vice President, the National Honor Society President, a member of the National English Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society, Writing Center Consultant, member of Peer Helpers, member of Film Club, Girl Scout, participated in varsity Basketball, Soccer, and Track and Field.

 

Quarter 3 Honor Roll 2020-2021

HEADMASTER DAVID S. SMITH IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE

HONOR ROLL FOR THE THIRD QUARTER.

 

Grade 12      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Jacob Anderson, Skyler Arnold, Jennifer Bettencourt, Amelia Brackett, Emily Buehne, Morgan Burnap, Hogan Cain, Austin Carrier, Charlotte Cleaver, Addison Cox, Alexander Davidson, Corinne Fernald, Madeline Grygiel, Olivia Kreps, Allison Mackey, Sarah Marsh, Tessa Millette, Emily Morris, Robert Morrison, Riley Mulligan, Isabel Myers, Kira NealBurk, Olivia Noni, Emma Pinard, Andrew Quaglia, Jeremy Richards, Anika Smith, Cole Smith, Autumn Stevens, Darin Sweet, Drusilla Szatko, Jordan Trahant, Valentina White, Jordan Whittier, Emma Zollman

 

Grade 12      HONOR ROLL

Charlie Adcock IV, Declan Baker, Tyler Bistany, Cameron Black, Nicholas Boucher, Ava Burbank, Jacob Burgess, Aislin Burt, Shane Carey, Tyler Clark, Benjamin Clinch, Gabrielle Critchett, Jesse Davis, Parker Eaton, Molly Ewing, Harrison Flood, Aidan Flynn, Carter Ford, Camryn Gatchell, Nolan Grassi, Aaron Gundersen, Broder Gunderson, Porter Heigis, Patrick Hill, Jacob Hobart, Kathryn Hocevar, Degan Hodgdon, Jacob Hodgdon, Michael Holderby, Casey Knowles, Wells Lambert, Abigail Leas, Samantha Lemay, John Levitow III, Wyatt Mackey, Jared McHugh, Logan Mihelich, Giovanni Minasalli, Hunter Murray, Emma Naves, Keegan Paradis, MaryKatherine Patteson, Benjamin Peverly, Jacob Phinney, Jenna Pogorek, Clayton Price, Mackenzie Quick, Matthew Ramstrom, Katelyn Rand, Tyler Rose, Brenna Roy, Aidyn Short, Carter Sylvester, Jackson Thibeault, Luke Tkaczyk, Elijah Tomlinson-Burrell, Thomas Trumble, Beatrice Tursi, Rachel Tuttle, Caitlyn van Gerena, Anneliese Wade, Eliana Walk, Lian Welch, Michael Welsh, Joseph White, Tanner Wotton, Joy Yurek

 

Grade 11      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Malli Begin, Megan Brieger, Jackson Colby, Jacob Cook, Lacy Davis, Samuel Dupuis, Mallory Farrar, Nicole Gaedtke, Dawson Green, Kaelyn Hardy, Cadence Howard, Emily Huebel, Alexander Knight, Morgan Koskela, Martin Lacerte, Samuel Lapiejko, Anders Larson, Samuel Lavoie, Skye Loto, Anya Marengo, Sragvi Nomula, Eva Roy, Kiara Summers, Parker Tatem, Anne Thoms, Joshua Warner, Ellie Wolthuis, Molly York

 

Grade 11      HONOR ROLL

Nevaeh Acevedo, Heather Airey, Rylee Barry, Mikaela Belanger, Kylie Bocash, Rowan Boyce, David Brady, Burke Bulger, Olivia Buzzell, Alyssa Chalifour, Thomas Cirillo, Jamie Coe, Carolina Colley, Jacob Cowan, Jordan Dean, Amelia Edmonds, Alexandra Elliot, Gretchen Fichera, Sydney Folsom, Michael Gannon, Trevor Gardner, Meredith Gibson, Lars Grotenhuis, Gabe Hendershot, Camryn Hildreth, Nicholas Hill, Nicholas Indelicato, Seth Ireland, Sabrinalin Jeffers, Charles Jones, Aidan Kane, Colin Kilbreth, Misaki Kondrup, Kevin Kouchoukos, Eleanor LaBrie, Jack Lano, Alexis Laughton, Makena Lee, Max Leifer, Reagan LoVecchio, Maxwell Lupinacci, Owen McLean, Kaitlyn Miller, Kelsey Nadeau, Evan Parker, Madelynn Peabody, Nicholas Principato, Karli Pujo, Benjamin Reiff, Natalie Riley, Michael Robinson Jr., Nicholas Schroeder, Owen Silsby-Belknap, Natalie Sinnamon, Alexandra Stover, James Thomas, Turner Totten, Ethan Vachon, Lily Veneroni, Elizabeth White, Emma Wiley, Camren Winde, Abby Wojtkowski

 

Grade 10      HIGH HONOR ROLL

Megan Adams, Josephine Antosiewicz, Eric Boheen, Ella Brooks, Sophie Carloni, Rowan Carr, Nikhil Chavda, Ross Cook, William Countey III, Aidan Cox, Madison DeCota, Andrew Dyer, Lucille Ewing, Sheldyn Fisher, Nathaniel Ford, Gwyneth Glaser, Madeleine Grenier, Riley Jackson, Brady Kouchoukos, Emma Larson, Samuel Marcotte, Sierra McGahey, Allie McGuigan, Isabella Naves, Jonathan Pelletier, Audrey Perron, Lillian Perry, Ean Pinard, Josephine Romatelli, Molly Sawyer, Claire Siegert, Lily Silvester, Liam Wheeler, Lillian Wotton, John Zhang

 

Grade 10      HONOR ROLL

Courtney Abell, Caleb Adams, Julie Anderson, Maya Barthel, Eli Beede, Zachary Bistany, Brandon Brown, Jillian Brown, Emily Burnap, Robert Chadbourn, Kaitlyn Chase, Anushka Chavda, Carly Clemmer, Drew Clinch, Jameson Coelho, Alexis Cowan, Anthony DeBello, Gabriel Dellario, Henry Devaney, Samuel Drake, Samantha Dunton, Thomas Flanagan, Caitlin Frost, Autumn Garrett, Lauren Gibson, Makenzi Glidden, Gabriela Gracia, Jayden Hartigan, Ian Helm, Aidan Hickey, Finn Hill, Nicholas Hobart, Landon Huntington, Connor Joy, Mary Joy, Samara Kern, Pacey Labelle, Matthew Labrecque, Aidan Lindsey, Adam Ludwikowski, Josephine Malloy, Jacob Marsh, Brady Marston, Olivia McGrail, Sydney Meehan, Cecilia Mello, Seamus Mone, Conor Pease, Carl Peters, Benjamin Place, Lilian Poulin, Hailey Pruett, Christopher Reed, Benjamin Robinson, Daisy Rowe-Fiscus, Madison Roy, Noelle Sartin, Frederick Schaaff IV, Cameron Sevin, Natalie Sicard, Sydney Smith, Dylan Swasey, Mallory Taylor, Geneva Telehala, Boden Tenney, Jailyn Thimba, Anissa Thorne, Tyler Tkaczyk, Julia Tursi, Elizabeth Weiss, Jack Whitcher

 

Grade 9       HIGH HONOR ROLL

Jordyn Albin, Sydney Bergeron, Emma Bilodeau, Isabella Bouchard, Dylan Burovac, Abigail Coleman, Andrew DeBello, Kyla DeMontigny, Bailee DeTrude, Nicholas Fallon, Francesca Ferguson, Olivia Frost, Andrew George, Joelle Hanscom, Eleanor Hill, Colin Kane, Kalina Kasprzak, James Lano, Susannah Lavoie, Somer Loto, Nathaniel LoVecchio, Honorah McGlone, Evelyn McLaughlin, Liam McLean, Zalán Mikó, Jackson Moore, Courtney Morris, Marin Morrison, Kiley Murphy, Sanjith Nomula, Samantha Peasley, Sawyer Pedersen, Stephen Perry, Jayden Porter, Judith Quinney, Alexander Readel, Hannah Shortt, Holly Smith, Sarah Sullivan, Julianna Vagi, Elias Warner

 

Grade 9      HONOR ROLL

Mackenzie Aham, Connor Bagnell, Sidda-Rose Baker, Kody Barry, Lucy Bernard, Rex Betts-Levine, Brock Bieniek, Alyviah Blad, Rylee Boucher, Nolynn Brackett, Alex Brodeur, Lily Buehne, Sarah Buehrer, Claire Burbank, Landon Clawson, Mason Collins, Gavin Dabrieo, Sara Davis, Evelynn Dearborn, Ashley Devoid, James Edmonds, Piper Fennessy, Patrick Ferland, Joseph Fraser, Lilly Gilman, Eliana Gracia, Luke Graham, Joseph Grassi, Sophia Grassi, Annika Gunderson, Isabella Hanscome, Campbell Hartford, Jacqueline Heilshorn, Annie Jerome, Faelynne Johnson, Leighelle Johnson, Ainsley Kilbreth, Isabelle Laliberte, Maxwell Lemay, Hazel Lichtenwalner, Michaela Linskey, Reed Lyle, Connor Marquette, Donovan Martin, Quinn Martyniak, Ryan Matson, Elan Murray, Mackenzie Nadeau, Hayley Newick, Elizabeth Norman, James Norris, Justin Perry, Tyler Phinney, Ariella Price, Kylie Prusia, Christopher Raymond, Anna Reiff, Arista Robidas, Eva Rose, Quinn Salter, Thomas Small, Jack Smith, Justin Stevens, Makennah Tatem, Kassidy Taylor, Emerson Totten, Ethan Waterhouse, Avery Wells, Elizabeth Wolf, Chelsea Young