Justin Brach and Jenna Brach at their graduation from Bernards High School in June 2015.
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BEDMINSTER NJ - Jenna Brach and her brother Justin Brach have been familiar faces around the Somerset Hills all their lives. The fraternal twins have carried the success they enjoyed at Bernards High School into their first semester in college.
The School of Business at The College of New Jersey has named Justin Brach to the Dean's List for the Fall Semester, 2015. A grade point average of 3.5 or higher is required to receive this recognition.
Justin is pursuing a dual major in Business (Finance) and Political Science. He is active in Student Government at TCNJ and plans to pledge a Fraternity this spring. In his Senior Year at Bernards High School, Justin was the President of Student Council, President of the Green Team, Co-President of the Spanish Club, Captain of the Ski team, served on the Peer Leader Board and was a member of the National Honor Society.
Virginia Tech has named Jenna Brach as an inductee to the National Society of Collegiate Scholars - a prestigious national recognition that less than 10% of Virginia Tech students qualify for each year.
Jenna is pursuing a degree in Business with an emphasis in Marketing. She is pledging the Sigma Kappa Sorority and getting involved with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program in Blacksburg, Virginia. While a Senior at Bernards High School, Jenna was a member of the Track and Field team, raised money for the Susan G. Komen Raise for the Cure and was a member of the National Honor Society.
"The Next Level" follows the accomplishments of Somerset Hills residents who have graduated high school and have continued their success at the next level - in college, in grad school and in their personal and professional lives.
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