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Conard Students Recognized by College Board

Students from West Hartford’s Conard High School have been recognized by the College Board in a variety of scholarship programs.

Submitted by Megan Cersosimo, Student Activities/Career Center Coordinator

Please join me in congratulating the following students that have been recognized by CollegeBoard in one of their recognition programs. These students were selected based on their remarkable academic achievements and outstanding performance on the PSAT and/or AP:

National African American Recognition Program Scholars:

  • Chanel Thorpe
  • Ella Tanis
  • Kayla Resnisky
  • Taylor Santana

From left: Chanel Thorpe, Ella Tanis, Kayla Resnisky, Taylor Santana. Courtesy photos

National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars:

  • Annie Lopez-Lopez
  • Elijah Rivera
  • Isaiah Casillas
  • Jayden Flores
  • Molly Kyle
  • Nina McIntyre
  • Taylor Santana

From left: Annie Lopez-Lopez, Elijah Rivera, Isaiah Casillas, and Jayden Flores. Courtesy photos

From left: Molly Kyle, Nina McIntyre, Taylor Santana. Courtesy photos

National Merit Semifinalists:

  • Christina Gomes
  • Andrew Maglio
  • William McPherson
  • Alexander Rosenthal

From left: Christina Gomes, Andrew Maglio, William McPherson, Alexander Rosenthal. Courtesy photos

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