Bangor High School Second Quarter Honor Roll

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Bangor High School Second Quarter Honor Roll


Bangor High School

Second quarter honor roll

Grade 12, highest honors: Nicholas Bazinet, Samuel Bolduc, Emily Brookings, Katelyn Burns, Jessica Chen, Madeleine Coffey, Jessica Correale, Katerina Dagher, Elizabeth Dana, Caleigh Grogan, Leif Ray Grosswiler, Lauren Grubb, Emily Guare, Austin Guernsey, Stephanie Hayes, Matthew Jacobson, Abbey Kidder, Morgan Kidder, Patrick Lee, Brendan Moore, Lauren Nalley, Carli Poisson, David Smallwood, Katrina Stinson, Emma Waddell, Alexander Wharton, Makayla White; honors: Jessie Andrews, Nicholas Ashey, Louis Booysen, Mary Bourque, Hunter Boyce, Joseph Brichetto, Justina Brown, Timothy Bullard, Matthew Bush, Alexander Campbell, Nathan Caruso, Cullen Cassidy, Amanda Charette, Cormac Close, Kenneth Colpritt, Fatimah Conteh, Cassidy Cook, Micheal Cook, Calleigh Coombs, Justin Courtney, Patrick Coyne, James Deane, Oscar Degnan, Bridget Dionne, Yan Lin Feng, Adelee Fleming, Nicholas Fournier, Abbagail Hanson, Scharron Hayden, Kirsten Higgins, Clarissa Hillman, Jordan Hilms, McKenzie Hood, Steven Hooke, Aliexandra Johnston, Joshua Landry, Katelyn Lawson, Amanda Levasseur, Elizabeth Lewis, Xavier Lewis, ZhiWei Liu, Colleen Lucy, Johanna Lunn, Luca Marchese, Colton Markevich, Angelyn Masters, Christopher Mathews, Jackson McGarvey, Riley McKay, Sarah McQuoid, Emily Michaud, Dylan Miquelon, Anna Morris, Amir Musavi, Alec Noddin, Nichole Oliver, Heather Oviatt, Jacqueline Palmer, Joonatan Patomo, Brent Pelkey, Brandon Pelletier, Kelsey Pendergast, Galen Perry, Joseph Pinkham, Matthew Rainey, Amanda Reed, Makayla Reed, Kristen Robbins, Damian Robinson, Taylor Ronan, Benjamin Salinas, Olivia Sandin, Zachary Searles, Samantha Severance, Andrew Sgroi, Maya Silver, Emily Smith, Evan Smotherman, Alexis Stanhope, Jonathan Stanhope, Chandler Stewart, Tiffany Strout, Joseph Turcotte, Cole Turner, Meaghan White, Kodiea Wilk, Shealy Williams, Rebecca Wood, Shirley Yuen.

Grade 11, highest honors: Nathan Bach, Belinda Bosch, Abigail Brown, Mary Butler, Skylar Cassum, Sydni Cosgrove, Kylie Cunningham, Anna Maria Dagher, Abigail Elliott, Eve George, Liam Harrigan, Samuel Kenney, Rachel Luc, Michelle Lucy, Abigail McCarthy, Quinn McKay, Dominic Mooney, Cara Morgan, Lauren Nightingale, Brian Peirce, Liam Reading, Andrew Sandweiss, Rachael Severance, Yuna Shibata, Katherine Small, Cordelia Stewart, Abigail Symonds, Anna Webber, Bronwen Wickstrom, Helen Zhang; honors: Tessa Abston, Celine Anderhalden, Bryce Bailey, Nathaniel Blanchard, Allison Boulier, Mathew Bragg, Evan Brewer, Caroline Bush, Brooklyn Byrom, Hailee Campbell, Alec Coleman Pray, Stephen Comeau, Lyndsey Cross, Amber Dall, Mykayla Dawes, Jonathan Day, Matthew Douglas, Susannah Drown, Matthew Duff, Johnathan Emery, Amy Fahey, Ezra Frost, Jacob Grant, Joseph Grant, Karl Gurschick, Langston Hamer-Nagle, Rebecca Hamlin, Mohammed Hashmi, Alexandrea Higgins, Jason Hileman, Jason Hyde, Joe Johnson, Vickiana Joint, Tobias Jones, Anastasia Kirbach, Kamryn Kiss, Elizabeth Lemin, Danielle Leture, Robert Levasseur, Alexis Lower, Moira MacDougall, Shane Mallory, Jasmine Mantha, Jonathan Marcotte, Evan Marshall, Jules Mogul, Georgia Moir, Joseph Moir, Jake Morrill, Kathryn Nagle, Torrie Nightingale, Kaitlyn Polk, Stephen Riitano, Hannah Rubin, Cullen Shortt, Max Silverstein, Katie Simpson, Taylor Simpson, Baylee Smith, Mariah Smith, Kyle Sperdakos, Stephen Speronis, Ashley Talon, Maria Vanadia, Megan Ward, Amber Webb, Kristina Willette, Lilli Wiseman, Andrew Ye. …

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