In March, the National Latin Exam was administered to over 143,000 students from throughout the United States as well as from Australia, Belgium, Belize, Bermuda, Canada, China, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, the Republic of Georgia, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and Zimbabwe.
This year, students from SJCP distinguished themselves on the National Latin Exam by taking home eight medals and eighteen certificates on the various levels of examination:
Gold Medal and Summa Cum Laude recipients
Latin 1: Grace Rish
Latin 2: Wednesday Cotton, Maggie Galloway
Latin 3: Anna Karpowicz
Silver Medal and Maxima Cum Laude recipients
Latin 3: Hayden Klemanski, Emily German, Timothy DeLloyd
Latin 4 Prose: Judah Ehart
Magna Cum Laude recipients
Latin 1: Matthew Kucharyk, Donovan Tepe, Gloria Crider
Latin 2: Emma Adams, Penelope Martin
Latin 4 Prose: Julia Soares
Cum Laude recipients
Latin 1: Matthew Cancino
Latin 2: Elizabeth Gillis
Latin 3: Elizabeth Crockett, Tynan Gallagher
In addition to these awards, the following seven students and Latin Club members have been inducted into the National Latin Honor Society for maintaining an A average in their current Latin course and for exemplifying excellent character and citizenship throughout their participation in the National Junior Classical League: Emma Adams, Matt Cancino, Emily German, Anna Karpowicz, Hayden Klemanski, Penelope Martin, and Grace Rish.
Congratulations to all exam participants, award recipients, and honorees!