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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Milford students named to Lauralton Hall honor roll

Several Milford students earned a spot on Lauralton Hall’s second quarter honor roll.

Earning high honors were Freshmen: Natalie Ambrosey; Lindsey Attolino; Emily Castagna; Kelly Clancy; Abigail Janik; Cristina Kempf; Ariel Kovlakas; Kimberly Pritchard; Lauren Sell; Taylor Whittaker; Sophomores: Emily Bonzagni; Julia Elia; Deneca Minowa; Hannah Olsson; Rebecca Sherrick; Juniors: Megan Cogguillo; Catherine Gildea; Abbey Guerino; Meghan O’Connell; Nicole Peterson: Seniors: Abigayle Casey; Hannah Feldman; Kirsten Reed; Lindsay Warren.

Earning honors were Freshman: Victoria Aradillos; Juliette Arciuolo; Quinn Costantini; Rhiannon Crandley; Alexandra Ende; Brittany Galuppo; Anaka Mastrianni; Olivia Parise; Georgia Patrick; Ana Peruzzi; Emily Shea; Brianna Tantimonaco; Sophomores: Katherine Boynton; Carina de Lemos; Kelly DeHart; Shea Dolan; Deirdre Eason; Brianna Gray; Mary Landry; Katherine Leiper; Shannon Maloney; Bianca Robertson; Emma Soviero; Kathleen Sullivan; Natalie Young; Juniors: Lauren Bowlby; Taylor Criscuolo; Emily Janik; Catherine Knoedler; Tavia Mastrianni; Samantha Rozmus; Alexa Santiago; Jenna Saymon; Erin Siegman; Seniors: Dominique Bonessi; Dina Cashman; Stephanie D’Andrea; Joanna Dlugos; Madeline Ilioff; Mildred McGrath; Grace Patrick; Stephanie Simko; Rachael Thomas.

Founded in 1905, the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy, Lauralton Hall, is the oldest college preparatory high school for girls in Connecticut. More than 400 students from throughout New Haven and Fairfield counties attend.


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