HAGERSTOWN — St. Maria Goretti High School recognized its honors students Sept. 9 at its Academic Honors Assembly at St. Ann’s Church in Hagerstown.
The school said 58 percent of its student body was recognized at the assembly.
Forty-four students received distinguished honors and 78 received honors for their academic achievements during the January-to- May semester.
The names of six incoming freshmen who are receiving scholarships were also announced.
The Denise Cushwa Shupp Memorial Scholarship and the Christopher C. Schoen Memorial Scholarship were awarded to Katerina D’Addato and Wade Gorman, respectively, for having the two highest scores on the school’s freshman entrance exam.
Additionally, four freshmen were awarded the Principal’s Merit Scholarship for having the highest GPAs from their eighth-grade year. They are Katerina D’Addato, Michael Ewing, William Snyder and Abigail Eich.
Lastly, three students were recognized for having the highest grade-point averages at the end of the 2010-11 school year. They are:
- 10th grade (class of 2014) — Eva Kuehler
- 11th grade (class of 2013) — Jessica Swarner
- 12th grade (class of 2012) — Theresa Barton
Certificates to members of the National Honor Society were also presented at the ceremony.