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The following students demonstrated academic excellence and earned a place on the second quarter honor roll:
Isaac Albaugh, Cole Allen, Tyler Andersen, Abigail Belanger, Galen Bennie, Chloe Brzozowski, Grace Confer, Calvin Doherty, Olivia Doughty, Kendahl Dow, Alec Flotten, Lane Foushee, Samuel Foye, Marc Gauthier, Cameron Hathaway, Lauren Jacobs, Evan Kilfoil, Hannah Leitzell, Emma Lind, Daniel MacKillop, Damien Michaud, Joshua Nova-Yingst, Adam Nussbaum, Elizabeth Orlando, Alexandria Pearson, Micah Pietraho, Jonah Porter, Joshua Poulin, Lia Rand, Aiden Simmons, Conlan Storer, Eva Tebbutt, Riley Turgeon, Ethan Upham, Isabel Vega, Kristiana Washington, Chase Whelan.
High Honor Roll
Siara Ambs, Emma Banks, George Bromiley, Luke Cheseldine, Adeline Dolley, Mirabella Driscoll, Gia Guernelli, Owen Harrison, Riley Hewson, Hailey Jacildo, Margaret Johnson, Makenna Monaghan, Tyler Patterson, Julia Pols, Karisma Rayburn, Joseph Solomon
Greta Anesko, Tasha Barnhart, Niccolo Bartone, Noah Brown, Eli Carney, Laura Chavoustie, Andrew Chingos, Grace Clendening, Benjamin DeMars, Adria Doane, Mackenzie Dorr, Julianna Gamage, Ryan Giles, Macy Grant, Renee Hart, Benjamin Israel, Rowan Joyce, Alhawrra Kareem, Chantelle Knowles, Liberty Krauss, Matthew Krutul, Matthew LaForge, Isabella LeDuc, Hakon Lentz, Jonathan McDiarmid, Anthony Merritt, Connor Ney, Emma Paledzki, Mallory Palmer, Anna Parker, Abigail Powers, Owen Richardson, Katherine Robinson, Aniella Salko, William Shaughnessy, Lila Solberg, Gabrielle Sparks, Justin Spencer, Pearl Stuart, Kathleen Trapp, Ella Tycz, Jacob Vega, Steffany Verador, Genevieve Vogel, Lukas Welzel, Benjamin Wilson, Portia Woestman
High Honor Roll
Isabella Banks, Brycen Cardali, Grace Casey, Darien Gillespie, Alexis Guptill, Chapman Hall, Alec Hess, Everett Horch, Kristen Hummer, Caitlin Kelly, Jenna Roane, Sara Scrapchansky, Emily Swan, Coenradt Taylor, Madeline Wayne
Rhys Anderson, Mikaela Aschbrenner, Madison Bailey, Zoe Battle, Sarah Belling, Donald Bromiley, Phoebe Churney, Anthony Cilea, Amanda Cloutier, Baylei Coombs, Erin Coughlin, Noah Cox, William Curtis, Cameron Daly, Nicholas DaRosa, Benjamin Donsbach, Emma Dorr, Ariana Edwards, Ashley Farmer, Joshua Flanagan, Johnnie Folsom, Logan Gillis, Hannah Goldstein, Nathaniel Hall, Rachel Johnson, Ania Johnston, Tea Kepler, Lily Kimball Watras, Elinore Kosak, Anna Kousky, Charlotte MacMillan, Francisco Manzanero-Lopez, Michael McCrum, Brynn McQuaid, Lucas Mitchell, Alexandra Morse, Nicholas Munn, Kian Murray, Tyler Nadeau, Alyssa Navarro, Abigail Parke, Shivam Patel, Harriet Peabody, Ayana Pearson, Aidan Perkinson, Hannah Perreault, Alan Poulin, Rachel Poulton, Sarah Poutree, Nursultan Rosen, Maire Sehestedt, Connor Shaw, Kelsey Spearin, Emily Staples, Samuel Tebbutt, Jack Tishkevich, Christopher Tucker, Emma White
High Honor Roll
Benjamin Baumgarte, Aiden Glover, Calla Hladky, Daniel Lyons, Emma Parke, Eliza Rudalevige, Lea Scrapchansky, Shea Sullivan, Desiree Tanner, Cheyenne Yslava
Ashley Alexander, Tessa Alexander, Joseph Almgren, Piper Atkins, Luka Baskett, Tianna Bernier, Holly Black, Sophie Blair, Maxwell Burtis, Sophie Calderwood, Isak Carney, Victoria Clark, Ross Clayton, Emily Coffin, Aidan Crawford, Haile Cummings, Hannah Day, Alyssa Demanche, Alexander DeMars, Maria Denison, Jennifer Doiron, Niles Dorn, Seamus Flanagan, Bronte Fontaine, Elijah Gagnon, Galen Gaze, Max Gramins, Jared Hummer, Hollie Imperato, Bailey Jones, Phillip Juntura, Kyle Kapocius, Kathleen Koval, William Labbe, Lily Mateus, Yosef Mathis, Molly McGough, Trevor Milbourn, Fiona O’Carroll, Ryan Olson, Katelyn Peacock, RyLee Ramsey, Mariah Richards, Wyatt Slocum, Alexander Small, Ashley Smith, Quinn Solberg, Frances Stuart
High Honor Roll
Maeve Arthur, Ethan Boll, Erin Bradstreet, Henry Doherty, Lydia Ginty, Zachary Grant, Luke Guernelli, Brian Hess, Cordelia Horch, Claire Johnson, Paige MacKinnon, Jack Parker, Isabella Pols, Spencer Taylor, Kyra Teboe
“Imazihen,” by Rachel Dumont, a 10th-grader at Chop Point School, is being hung at Centre Street Arts Gallery along with work from other local student artists during the second annual Student Art Show. A reception is planned for Saturday, March 17 from 2-4 p.m.; the exhibit will be open through March 23 at 11 Centre St., Bath. Gallery hours are 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday.
Independent U.S. Sen. Angus King of Maine welcomed two Brunswick natives, Hannah Duffek and Joe Newlin, to serve as interns in his Washington, D.C., office this spring. Duffek is a graduate of St. Lawrence University, where she studied political science, focusing on the Middle East. Newlin is a junior at Hampshire College, studying American government and constitutional law.