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St. Peter’s School has announced the names of the students who achieved honor roll status for the first quarter of the 2021-22 school year.

Students with an asterisk after their name achieved straight “As.” Also noted are students who achieved a 4.0-grade point average. Overall, 58% of students in grades five-twelve achieved academic honors in the first quarter.

Class of 2022 – Twelfth Grade

First Honors

Madison Bays* (4.0)
Makayla Hall
John Harris
Zachary Keffalas
Alana Mitchell
Kendall Nolen* (4.0)
Bryan Phillips*
Ross Pruettmiller*
Danielle Powell
Corey Schenkelberg* (4.0)
Issac Stampfli
Malaki Stanfield
Natalie Tanchevski*
James Williams
Nakryah Williams
Kellen Young*

Second Honors

Mekeyla Armitage
Lamaiya Boswell
Elizabeth Dauterman
Alexander Garcia
Elijah Jensen

Class of 2023 – Eleventh Grade

First Honors

Adrian Allen*
Peyton Bodnar*
Gianni Bonham
Mahala Boothe
Alyssa Carroll*
Audrey Couch*
Griffin Crutchfield
Grace Dix
Angelo Gasper
My’kia Letlow
Kiersten Pitcher
Logan Rhodes
Natalie VanDyne
Andrew Wendt
Dominic Wendt

Second Honors

Erin Belmer
Landon Donaldson
Kanija Green
Makenzie Hardin
Dejah Hiltman
Kienna Johnson
Feree Kent
Mik’a Letlow
Gavin Mawhorr
Hailea Montanez
Paige Richardson
Sharalynn Wells

Source: Marketing Director, St. Peter’s School

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