Bangor High School First Quarter Honor Roll

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Bangor High School First Quarter Honor Roll


Bangor High School

First quarter honor roll

Grade 12, highest honors: Jessie Andrews, Nicholas Bazinet, Mary Bourque, Hunter Boyce, Emily Brookings, Matthew Bush, Nathan Caruso, Jessica Chen, Madeleine Coffey, Jessica Correale, Katerina Dagher, Elizabeth Dana, Caleigh Grogan, Leif Ray Grosswiler, Lauren Grubb, Emily Guare, Stephanie Hayes, Matthew Jacobson, Abbey Kidder, Morgan Kidder, ZhiWei Liu, Jackson McGarvey, Brendan Moore, Lauren Nalley, Jacqueline Palmer, Carli Poisson, Emily Smith, Evan Smotherman, Jonathan Stanhope, Katrina Stinson, Emma Waddell, Alexander Wharton, Makayla White, Shealy Williams, Shirley Yuen; honors: Andrew Arsenault, Nicholas Ashey, Logan Bard, Megan Bassi, Samuel Bolduc, Louis Booysen, Joseph Brichetto, Justina Brown, Timothy Bullard, Katelyn Burns, Alexander Campbell, Cullen Cassidy, Amanda Charette, Danielle Clark, Kyle Clukey, Nicole Cochran, Kenneth Colpritt, Fatimah Conteh, Cassidy Cook, Calleigh Coombs, Justin Courtney, Patrick Coyne, Patrick Daniels, Oscar Degnan, Alyson Devereaux, Reuben Dickison, Bridget Dionne, Brett Duplisea, Yan Lin Feng, Nicholas Fournier, Jordyn Fraser, Brittney Garland, Austin Guernsey, Erica Hall, Caleb Halvorson-Fried, Scharron Hayden, Elias Haynes, Kirsten Higgins, Clarissa Hillman, McKenzie Hood, Steven Hooke, Wyatt Hurd, Austin Izaijs, Garrett Johnson, Aliexandra Johnston, Derek Kennedy, Joshua Landry, Katelyn Lawson, Asia Lewis, Elizabeth Lewis, Jin Zhu Liu, Colleen Lucy, Johanna Lunn, Brennan MacDonald, John MacDonald, Luca Marchese, Colton Markevich, Angelyn Masters, Juliana McDonald, Riley McKay, Sarah McQuoid, Emily Michaud, Hillary Miller, Dylan Miquelon, Aaron Mitchell, Anna Morris, David Morrissey, Amir Musavi, Matthew Neville, Kayenne Oliver, Nichole Oliver, Heather Oviatt, Joonatan Patomo, Brent Pelkey, Kelsey Pendergast, Galen Perry, Matthew Rainey, Rebecca Record, Amanda Reed, Makayla Reed, Kristen Robbins, Damian Robinson, Taylor Ronan, Pawel Rutkowski, Benjamin Salinas, Olivia Sandin, Kayleigh Sauda, Zachary Searles, Samantha Severance, Andrew Sgroi, Maya Silver, Nikita Sites, David Smallwood, Kevin Smith, Alexis Stanhope, Emily Stevens, Chandler Stewart, Tiffany Strout, James Swales, Yin Thein, Eric Thompson, Joseph Turcotte, Cole Turner, Meaghan White, Kodiea Wilk, Rebecca Wood, Sean Yankowsky, Kiana Yardley.

Grade 11, highest honors: Caroline Bush, Mary Butler, Skylar Cassum, Anna Maria Dagher, Matthew Douglas, Susannah Drown, Abigail Elliott, Rebecca Hamlin, Mohammed Hashmi, Samuel Kenney, Anastasia Kirbach, Elizabeth Lemin, Michelle Lucy, Abigail McCarthy, Quinn McKay, Dominic Mooney, Cara Morgan, Kathryn Nagle, Lauren Nightingale, Andrew Sandweiss, Rachael Severance, Yuna Shibata, Katherine Small, Cordelia Stewart, Abigail Symonds, Maria Vanadia, Anna Webber, Bronwen Wickstrom, Lilli Wiseman, Helen Zhang; honors: Tyler Adams, Celine Anderhalden, Katlynn Averill, Nathan Bach, Bryce Bailey, Breanna Bean, Belinda Bosch, Allison Boulier, Evan Brewer, Abigail Brown, James Burby, Hailee Campbell, Alec Coleman Pray, Stephen Comeau, Sydni Cosgrove, Lyndsey Cross, Kylie Cunningham, Amber Dall, Mykayla Dawes, Matthew Duff, Amy Fahey, Bret Faloon, Ezra Frost, Eve George, Jacob Grant, Joseph Grant, Orianna Green, Karl Gurschick, Emelia Guthrie, Langston Hamer-Nagle, Joel Hanson, Liam Harrigan, Molly Harris, Kylie Hawes, Alexandrea Higgins, Jason Hileman, Andrew Hillier, Alicia Himes, Tobias Jones, Taylor Kelly, Trey Kenny, Kamryn Kiss, Nicholas LaFrance, Robert Levasseur, Alexis Lower, Rachel Luc, Moira MacDougall, Shane Mallory, Jasmine Mantha, Jonathan Marcotte, Marcus McCue, Hannah Miller, Jeffrey Mitchell, Jules Mogul, Georgia Moir, Joseph Moir, Jake Morrill, Virginia Morse, Torrie Nightingale, Dezerae Peabody, Brian Peirce, Kaitlyn Polk, Brooklynn Rae, Liam Reading, Stephen Riitano, Shelby Roberson, Andrew Rowe, Hannah Rubin, Cullen Shortt, Max Silverstein, Katie Simpson, Taylor Simpson, Baylee Smith, Mariah Smith, Daniel Soule, Kyle Sperdakos, Stephen Speronis, Ashley Talon, Owen Trundy, Kristina Willette, Andrew Ye. …

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