Students Recognized by BOE for Academic Achievements

Twelfth grader Hannah Teller won second place in the Gilder-Lehrman Civil Way Essay Contest. Credits: Audrey Blumberg
Credits: Audrey Blumberg
Credits: Audrey Blumberg

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater-Raritan Regional Board of Education honored a number of students for academic accomplishments at Tuesday's meeting.

A total of 28 students from the Bridgewater-Raritan High School and Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School were honored for their accomplishments.

At the June 10 meeting, the board will recognize students for achievements in the arts.

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Those honored for academic achievement were:

Academic World Quest Competition, 1st Place

  • Sankalp (Sunny) Aggarwal, 11th grade
  • Rebecca Cardinali, 11th grade
  • Anirudh Chandrashekhar, 11th grade
  • Aishni Rao, 11th grade

National Merit Scholars, Finalists

  • Jennifer Fang, 12th grade
  • Kunal Hegde, 12th grade
  • Liam McGill, 12th grade
  • Jeremy Meola, 12th grade
  • Aneek Patel, 12th grade
  • Richard Wu, 12th grade
  • Yunchao Wu, 12th grade

Paul Robeson Youth Achievement Award

  • Isaiah Black, 8th grade
  • Jordana Brunache, 8th grade
  • Madison Hill-Glover, 8th grade
  • Brian Honis, Jr., 8th grade
  • Joshua Martin, 12th grade
  • Jonathan Martin, 10th grade

Brite Tournament Winners

  • Grace Chen, 11th grade
  • Sameer Dhavalikar, 12th grade
  • Nikhil Kunapuli, 12th grade
  • Weiss Rahimi, 12th grade
  • Grace Sommers, 10th grade
  • Anish Vora, 11th grade

Governor's School, Rutgers University of Engineering

  • Rose Yin, 11th grade

Governor's School, Drew University School of Sciences

  • Grace Chen, 11th grade
  • Anish Vora, 11th grade
  • Dustin Zhao, 11th grade

Gilder/Lehrman Civil War Essay Contest, 2nd Place

  • Hannah Teller, 12th grade

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