MONMOUTH — Monmouth Academy recently announced the following students were named to its first-semester honor roll for the 2016-17 academic year.

Seniors — summa cumlaude: Nicole Auger, Caroline Balano-Stott, Kelsea Blanton, Amelia Freeman, Daniel Martin, Briana Moody, Hunter Richardson, Gina Schultz and Victoria Spencer.

Magna cum laude: Nathan Brown, Olivia Homer, Delilah Libby and Kennedi Mellen.

Cum laude: Avery Amero, Mackenzi Burgess, Calvin Thompson and Lilliane Verrill.

Juniors — summa cum laude: Abbey Allen, Madalyn Amero, Dylan Goff, Rebecca Jordan, Devon Poisson and Elliot Sharples.

Magna cum laude: Hannah Anderson, Mason Dann, Tia Day, Christopher Dumont, Emily Grandahl, Abigail Hunt, Joshua Kenney and Ethan Thombs.

Cum laude: Ann Bragdon, Jenna Brown, Paige Burnham, Emily Chasse, Josh Clukey, Mahala Hayden, Megan Knowles, Brittany Nadeau, Sarah Scott, Abram Sirois, Rico Snowman and Emma Vierling.

Sophomores — summa cum laude: Benjamin Brooks, Kayla Brooks, Morgan Crocker, Abby Ferland, Trevor Flanagan, Caitlyn Kenney, Luke Martin, Lauren Moran, Spencer Richardson and Grace Therriault.

Magna cum laude: Joseph Arps, Evan Burnell, Kaeti Butterfield, Jessica Clavet, Destiny Clough, Kyle Gunnells, Mariah Herr, Madeline Lombardo, Elizabeth Mason, McKenzie Stevens, Anna VanValkenburgh and Jessica Withee.

Cum laude: Andrew Bazinet, Briana Bentley, Breeanna Cameron, Olivia Caron, Connor Davies, Carlos Garcia, Jillian Harris, Julia Johnson, Haylee Langlois, Jasmine Larrabee, Amaya Marston and Cheyenne Pease.

Freshmen — summa cum laude: Libby Clement, Jordyn Gowell, Natalie Grandahl, Katherine Harris, Thomas Neal, Alexis Trott and Edmund Zuis.

Magna cum laude: Deanna Bauer, Amber Currie, Kaitlin Hunt, Annalyse Lewis, Hayle Warner and Delaney Willey.

Cum laude: Nicholas Deblois, Elyse Homer, Kathryn Jordan, Gabriel Martin and Madison Wright.

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