The following information was provided by Bridgton Academy:
Bridgton Academy faculty, administrators, and students began the second semester by celebrating scholarly excellence and dedication among the Class of 2023. The Academy community gathered for an uplifting evening awards ceremony, during which students who attained honors (3.0 – 3.25 GPA), high honors (3.26 – 3.74 GPA), and highest honors (3.75-4.0 GPA) were recognized.
Bridgton faculty also had the opportunity to recognize a student in each class whose unwavering commitment to the pursuit of knowledge made a tangible, positive impact in the classroom and among peers. Dean of Academics Jamie Izaryk remarked that this ceremony is one of her favorite events of the year, as it presents an occasion for the Bridgton community to recognize student successes, not just as students, but also as people.
Mrs. Izaryk notes, “Most of these students are selected for more than just successful final exams, lab reports, and well-executed written assignments. Those who were selected share attributes such as tenacity, enthusiasm, empathy, ambition, as well as a desire to lead by example.” She continues, “The whole community thoroughly enjoys coming together to celebrate the hard work each of our students has done in the first semester. We are so excited to watch this cohort build upon the knowledge and skills they acquired in the fall semester as the academic year continues.”
Camndon Reed of Watertown, MA was selected for an award by Jeremy Muench for his diligent efforts in Anatomy. Additionally, Cam also attained highest honors in the first semester. A full list of award recipients, along with those who attained academic honors can be found here. Reed also received an academic award in calculus.
Colin Owens of Watertown, MA made attained honors in the first semester.
See a full list of Bridgton Academy’s academic honors by clicking here.
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