Stockbridge: Berkshire Country Day School announces honor roll
Berkshire Country Day School, an independent school for students in preschool through grade 9, has announced its first trimester honor roll for the 2012/2013 school year for students in grades 7 through 9.
To achieve high honors, a student must maintain a GPA of 3.8 and receive no grade lower than a C+. To achieve honors, a student must maintain a GPA of at least 3.33 and receive a grade no lower than C+.
Grade 9: Sam Kittredge, Dalton; and Emma Lezberg and Jacob Lezberg, Pittsfield.
Grade 8: Alec Goffin, Great Barrington; Asa Mervis, Great Barrington and South Egremont; Teddy Michaels, Richmond; Jackson Rich, Pittsfield; Sam Seckler, Alford; and Emily Yeager, Lenox.
Grade 7: Alex Lederman, Pittsfield; Julian Lindenmaier, Stockbridge; Maya Sakharov, Alford; Evan Sylbert, Monterey; and Ben Zoeller, New Lebanon, N.Y.
Grade 9: Elise Ghitman, Ashley Falls; Harper Glantz, Pittsfield and Lenox; Ian Price, Craryville, N.Y.; and Rebecca van der Meulen, New Lebanon, N.Y.
Grade 8: Viggo Blomquist, Chatham and Hudson, N.Y.; Jesse Cassuto, Spencertown, N.Y.; Neeka Daemi and Kendall Pollart, Great Barrington; Will Harris-Braun, East Chatham, N.Y.; Ruth King, Hillsdale, N.Y.; Jesse Kramer, Pittsfield; Donovan Lally, Housatonic; Cooper Parker, Hudson, N.Y.; Sophie Usow, Lenox; and Molly Weinberg and Hanna Yurfest, Richmond.
Grade 7: Nicolas Adams, Canaan, N.Y.; Noah Beckwith, Bella Currie, and Stephen Taglieri, Pittsfield; James Jurney, Rachel Kantor, and Ruby Merritt, Lenox; Clem Keats, Ghent, N.Y.; Michelle Lipson, Great Barrington; Charles O'Neil, Stockbridge; and Ayva Schiff, Dalton.
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