Phi Beta Kappa Names Academic Achievement Award Winners

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Phi Beta Kappa Names Academic Achievement Award Winners


Phi Beta Kappa Association of Maine has announced the Academic Achievement Award winners for 2013. This year, 122 schools statewide participated in the award program.

Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest college honor society in the United States.

Phi Beta Kappa Academic Achievement Awards are conferred on a high school junior student in each participating school who is going on to higher education and who demonstrates high academic achievement and intellectual curiosity both in and beyond the classroom.

By sponsoring these awards, the Phi Beta Kappa Association of Maine seeks to reward outstanding students and to foster a greater commitment to the liberal arts and sciences.

The 2013 awards include the following: Zachariah Palmeter, Bangor Christian Schools; Emma Waddell, Bangor High School; Evan Schweikert, Belfast Area High School; James Patchell, Bonny Eagle High School; Jude Alamo, Boothbay Region High School; Ashleigh Gibula, Brewer High School; Leah Soloway, Brunswick High School; Mickayla Wiley, Buckfield Junior-Senior High School; Anna Boyle, Bucksport High School; Jordan Daley, Calais High School; Peter Vannorsdall, Camden Hills Regional High School; John Hall, Cape Elizabeth High School; Elyse Kiehn, Caribou High School.

Hannah Cain, Catherine McAuley High School, Portland; Kortlyn Gilley, Central High School, Corinth; Stephanie Dame, Central Aroostook High School, Mars Hill; Peter Ackerman, Cony High School, Augusta; Abigail Knowlton, Deer Isle-Stonington High School; Jordan Roche, Deering High School, Portland; Dakota Rudloff-Eastman, Dexter Regional High School; Jackiellen Bonney, Dirigo High School, Dixfield; Logan Crone, East Grand School; Hunter C. Turner, Easton Junior-Senior High School; Rakiya Mohamed, Edward Little High School, Auburn; Alexandra Rydlizsky, Ellsworth High School; Rebecca Reed, Erskine Academy, South China.

Patrick D. Lydon, Falmouth High School; Jordan Sirois, Fort Fairfield Middle/High School; Samuel Keane, Foxcroft Academy, Dover- Foxcroft; Emma Rose Egan, Freeport High School; Juliet Fink, Fryeburg Academy; Matthew J. Clark, Gardiner Area High School; Tianjian Yuan, George Stevens Academy, Blue Hill; Charlotte Feinberg, Gorham High School; Reed Thurston, Gould Academy, Bethel; Bryce Neil, Gray/New Gloucester High School; Sam Whiting, Greater Portland Christian School; Maya Leigh Philbrick, Greely High School, Cumberland Center; Matthew DiAngelo, Greenville Middle/High School; Maura Stottler, Hall-Dale High School, Farmingdale; Dana Hsiao, Hampden Academy.

Gretchen Spencer, Hermon High School; Valerie Estabrook, Hodgdon High School; Robert D. Woods, Houlton High School; Carolyn Moore, Hyde School, Bath; Eleanor Snyder, Islesboro Central School; Jane Branch, John Bapst Memorial High School, Bangor; Brianna Cirone, Jonesport-Beals High School; Matthew Cunha, Katahdin High School, Stacyville; Ryan Keefe, Kennebunk High School; Sean F. Boylan, Kents Hill School; Kathryn Caulfield, Lake Region High School, Naples; Zachary Hale, Lawrence High School, Fairfield; Dmitri Mihaliov, Lee Academy; Emily Claire Fournier, Lewiston High School; Jordyn Hopkins, Limestone Community School; Olivia Pennington, Lincoln Academy, Newcastle; Bryanna Sult, Lisbon High School; Justin Paddock, Machias Memorial High School; Elizabeth Gendreau, Madawaska Middle High School. …

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