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11 Montclair Residents Earn Honors at St. Peter's Prep

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - James C. DeAngelo, ’85, Principal of Saint Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, has announced that the following Montclair residents have attained honor roll status for the 
​third marking period of 2014-2015:
 
 
Diego Anderson, '17, Patrick Ruvo, '17, Ryan Gannon, '18, and Chase Lerner, '18 earned First Honors. 
 
 
 
Alejandro Anderson, '15, Brendan Coughlin, '15, 
Devon Thompson, '15, Isaiah Garlin, '16, and William Vespole, '18 earned Second Honors.  

Honorable Mention was attained by Sean Severson, '15 and John DeSantis, '16.  Chase Lerner, '18 and William Vespole, '18 earned medals in the National Latin exam. 

Sean Severson, '15 earned an Honorable Mention in the National Italian exam. 

Diego Anderson, '17 earned Honors in the National Spanish 2 exam.  

About
Saint Peter's Preparatory School (Prep) was originally one of three Departments (Collegiate, Preparatory, and Grammar) established within Saint Peter's College, which was chartered as a university by a special Act of the Legislature of New Jersey on April 3, 1872. The Jesuit College of New Jersey, Saint Peter's was founded as a liberal arts college for men. In the beginning, the school combined the preparatory school and the college: "Students generally entering the first year of prep school… [proceeded] through seven years, later eight, until a degree was granted" (Roehrenbeck 2).

The school opened on September 2, 1878, at the Saint Peter's College building on Grand Street with seventy-one students originally enrolled in the Preparatory Department. That number grew to 123 by year's end. Academic degrees were first conferred on June 25, 1889.

 

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