St. Brigid School in West Hartford has announced that 14 students have received academic honors for the first semester.
Submitted by Andrea Austin-Thompson, St. Brigid School
For the first academic semester of 2015, Saint Brigid School (SBS) is proud to announce 14 of their junior high school students achieved high honors, honors, or attained the rank of honorable mention.
The high honors recipient is: Dominick Mealha, an eighth-grade student.
Honors recipients are: Janealle Miller and Joshua Grajales both in eighth-grade; Joshua Brown, seventh grade, Deven Austin, Matthew Churcho, and Janiya Henry in sixth-grade.
The following individuals received honorable mentions: Eighth-grade students Teo Bolton, Denae Douglas, Mishi Fromm, Elijah Pond Reza, Nathan Rinaldi, and Evan Thompson. Additionally, seventh-grade student Melanie Grajales also received an honorable mention.
“At Saint Brigid School we are committed to creating tomorrow’s leaders. All of these students are wonderful examples of being self-motivated with a commitment to academic excellence. Proudly we celebrate their achievements because their success is our success too,” stated Principal Shevon Sweeney Hickey.
Saint Brigid School is proud to celebrate 54 years of strong academics, Catholic values and enriched cultural diversity. Saint Brigid is a full-time faith based educational program committed to educating the needs of students in pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade. As an academic institution Saint Brigid is also committed to creating tomorrow’s leaders.
Saint Brigid School is located at 100 Mayflower Street in West Hartford, Connecticut. For more information or to arrange a tour call: (860) 561-2130, ext. 104, or visit us at: www.stbrigidschool.eduk12.net.