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Hudson School Students excel again! Way to go, guys!
Hudson School student score high on National Latin Exam
National Latin Exam – 2008
Latin students at The Hudson School once again performed outstandingly on the National Latin Exam sponsored by the American Classical League. Hudson students were among the over 134,500 students from all fifty states and 11 foreign countries, including Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, England, Italy, Japan, Mozambique, New Zealand, Poland, and Zimbabwe, who took the test in March.
Overall, 65 of the 98 Hudson students (66 percent) who took the test received an award, and 72 percent had scores at or above the national average.
Seventh graders Franchesca Valdez and Jian White had perfect scores on the Introduction to Latin test, and eighth grader Maiya Johnson had a perfect score on the Latin 1 test.
Twelfth graders Jason Greenberg, Elaine Wang, and Emily Seelenfreund received gold medals for their performances on the Latin 4 test, tenth grader Lauren Mecka received a gold medal for her performance on the Latin 3 test, eleventh grader Kevin Tighe received a gold medal for his performance on the Latin 2 test, and tenth graders Dylan Kessler, Julie Shevelove-Gross, and Sam Proctor, and eighth graders Victoria Higgins, Delia Kemph, Jacob Ohring, Stone Coggins, Woody Proctor, Celia Flinn, Isabel Kleiner-Prudy, Pooja Desai, and Tyler Burke received gold medals for their performances on the Latin 1 test.
Seventh graders Jordan Alston-Harmon, Cameron Clark, Harry Freedman, Emma Garcia, Samantha Glass, Genevieve Harari, Emery Melville, Henri Montisci, Thomas Norton, Korey Petgrave, Ava Reid, Armon Sadler, Loussine Schapira, Tyler Stafford, Kira Steven, and Steven Xie each received outstanding achievement certificates for their performances on the Introduction to Latin test.
The Hudson School, a small, independent school for grades 5-12 accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, was founded in 1978 by Suellen Newman. Geography is one of 150 courses offered to students at The Hudson School in Hoboken. A community of scholars, it offers academically motivated and creative children a rigorous and broad college-preparatory curriculum with a strong emphasis on the arts. For additional information about The Hudson School, please contact Mrs. Newman, founder and director, at 201-659-8335 or visit www.thehudsonschool.org.