St. Brendan High School faculty and staff recently recognized the top 10 sophomores, juniors and seniors on August 27th during a school-wide Mass. These students have the highest GPAs of their respective class.
▪ Top sophomores: Lauren Vera, Andrea Sires, Alejandro Ruiz-Paez, Christine Rodriguez, Alejandra Moros, Victoria Garcia, Marcela Fernandez, Valentina Espinoza, Ryan Cruz and Sophia Acosta.
▪ Top juniors: Alyssa Varas, Bridgette Ortiz, Kaitlyn Miller, Sophia Garcia, Isabella Fernandez, Lilliam Drenth, Amberlyn Colina, Lauren Cervantes, Alexander Callahan and Grace Callienes.
▪ Top seniors: Nina Rudd, Katelyn Perez, Juliana Mena, Veronica Martinez, Sofia Fernandez, Caridad Dominguez, Nicole Del Risco, Nicole Chang, Francesca Callejas and Katerina Bello.
Westminster Christian School
Brejah Upton, Daniela Baez and Sophia Gonzalez of Westminster Christian School this summer attended the Future Problem Solving Program’s international competition at Iowa State University.
The international competition included four days of problem-solving competitions, seminars and social activities. Students and coaches from around the world, including Great Britain, Australia, Qatar, and Japan, competed. This year’s topic for Global Issues Problem Solving was intellectual property.
Sophia placed second in the individual competition; Daniela earned the highest score for juniors at State, and Brejah placed fourth at State in the Multi-Affiliate Global Issues Problem Solving competition.
G. Holmes Braddock High School
The Future Business Leaders of America at G. Holmes Braddock High School recently inducted new executive board members for the 2015-16 school year.
The new board plans to continue participating in community service and competitions in hopes of maintaining their chapter’s title as Outstanding Chapter and Gold Seal Chapter, which was awarded to them by both the State and National Leadership Conferences.
The new board members are: Anthony Consuegra, CEO; Otis Burgos, vice president; Jeannie Regidor, vice president; Albis Caliman, membership director; Margarita Del Valle, competition director; Gabriela Chaljub, community service director; Osato Onaghinor, financial director; Tyrone Lomas, public relations director; Dianna Valdes, secretary; and Maynor Loaisiga, executive intern.
Riviera Preparatory School
Riviera Preparatory School student Alea Delmastro, a dual enrollment student at Florida International University (FIU), became a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda, national leadership and honors organization at FIU.
Sigma Alpha Lambda is an organization that aims to promote and reward academic achievement, personal development, provide community service opportunities and professional fulfillment.