Warren Middle School Names 205 Students To High Honor Roll

Warren Middle School Credits: Brenda A. Nemcek

WARREN , NJ – More than half of the 719 students at  Warren Middle School qualified for the High Honor Roll and Honor Roll for the second marking period. 

 A total of 546 students qualified, with 205 on the High Honor Roll and 341 on the Honor Roll. 
To qualify for the High Honor Roll, a student must achieve grades of not less than an A- in all subjects and to qualify for honor roll, a student must achieve grades in all subjects of not less than a B-.
According to Board of Education policy, only the names of those students who have qualified for the High Honor Roll are published, and they are:

High Honor Roll

Grade 6

Esme Abbot, Patrick Alto, Jacob Amalraj, Brian Arnold, Jayden Baltuch, Christina Baratta, Bryan Bartnick, Honey Baskin-Islami, Amanda Braverman, Sarah Bruno, Haley Burton, Catherine Cai, Ruitao Chen, Tina Chen, Celine Chu, John Coyne, Natalie Curtiss, Emily Delaney, Elizabeth DiGrande, Marilyn Du, John Dwyer, Lauren Eknoian, Kelsey Familo, Raymond Fluet, Natalie Fontana, Sara Franks, Saayom Ghosh, Nicholas Glynos, Kristen Hamilton, Nicole Harris, Benjamin Hatcher, Chad Huang, Deepa Irakam, Roopa Irakam, Matthew Istafanous, Stephanie Ju, Dave Ki, Ava Kolb, Grant Koppi, Rahul Lal, Sofia Lombardo, Troy MacConnell, Apostoli Malouhos, Sana Mamtaney, Luke Mariak, Olivia Matlosz, Sena Naman, Zachary Nemcek, Justin Opell, Victor Osoliniec, Cayla Park, Anna Ramos, Teresa Rotolo, Julia Rubin, Emma San Filippo, Anna Schafhauser, Kyle Schlingloff, Leslie Sena, Mayur Sharma, Kyle Sieb, Ji Yoon Sim, Jessica Sindel, Patrick Stefurak, Eliana Sussner, Alexander Tortoriello, Cullen Van Skiver, Elizabeth Wilcenski, Jessica Young, Sarah Young, Allison Zhao, and Kevin Zu.

Grade 7

Jason Amalraj, Arnav Anand, Jordyn Arnel, Emma Bauer, Rishi Bhatnager, Emily Bisci, Ruchi Biswas, Anjali Blow, Elizabeth Bruno, Jennifer Cagno, Sam Colman, Lola Constantino, Dylan D’Costa, Joseph Denisco, Caroline DiGrande, Isabella DiSturco, Rebecca Fenton, Robert Franken, McKenna Frey, Megan Gerges, Jordan Ginsburg, Devika Govindarajan, Julia Heilberg, Natalie Helewa, Tyler Horvath, Prateek Humane, Emily Imiolek, Timothe Iroudayassamy, Chase Jones, Stelio Kanaras, Raina Kansagra, Rohan Kansagra, Shea Keenan, Alexandra King, John Kolibachuk, Emma Koslow, Sofia Kwon, Anisha Lal, Aanya    Lall, Juliet Leary, Annabel Liao, Alan Lin, Jamie Linton, Joy Liu, Jillian LoGiudice, Cathleen Luo, Allison Manspeizer, Kayla Martins, Amay Mehta, Riya Mehta, Rachel Miller, Elisabeth Morris, Rohan Pai, Aayushma Patel, Arianna Rahimi, Catherine Ray, Geena Razdan, Michael Rich, Allison Riddell, Sabrina Sanchez, Gabriela Santos, Kristen Sardis, Samantha Scheiner, Joshua Segal, Anna Seidel, Rebecca Sendon, Clement Shao, Sierra Sharma, Daniel Snyder, Aleah Spruell, Dylan Stein, Alex Strasser, Alyanna Tam, Brandon Tang, Matthew Tankel, Brianna Titus, Hannah Tobin, Neelay Trivedi, Arianna Valenti, Brenna Van Skiver, Brianna Vetter, Megan Vetter, Jennie Wang, Jocelyn Wang, Caitlin Yang, Nandini Yellamelli, Hope Zamora, Veronica Zhang, Isabella Zhou and Leonard Zhu.

Grade 8

Keerthi Ausumilli, Madison Barkow, Sydney Barkow, Madison Berman, Angela Bui, Kari Carmody, Catherine Chen, Vincent Dai, Michael Dwyer, Kevin Eknoian, Nicole Entrup, Lindsay Fogel, Julia Glickman, Justin Halper, Nicole Hamilton, Nicholas He, Melissa Hertzberg,. Sierra Heuvelman, Amanda Kumor, Sophie Loesberg, Rachel Lu, Angela Munoz, Caitlyn Park, Brenda Peng, Joshua Pester, Carl Peterson, Brady Pilsbury, Brigita Przybylski, Deepta Raghavan, Michael Recenello, Nicole Regimbal, Neha Saju, Amber Sautner, Lindsey Shi, Tanvi Siddharthan, Rajveer Singh, Sanjay Subramanian, Alexis Tekin, Michael Tobin, Eris Ulaj, Natalie Vogel, Jennifer Walpow, Shelagh Wickey and Linda Ye.

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