Fourteen MHS students earned honors in this year’s National Spanish Exam, an annual evaluation that aims to recognize student achievement in the study of Spanish and to promote interest in the teaching and learning of Spanish.
The Miss Hall’s students recognized this year are:
Premio de Oro(Gold), recognizing students scoring at or above the 95th percentile —
Justyna Michalak ’19, Spanish V
Premio de Plata (Silver), recognizing students scoring from the 85th through the 94th percentiles —
Libby Tagliaferro ’18, Spanish V,
Gabriela Nicholson ’21, Spanish IV
Catherine Zhang ’19, Spanish III
Isabelle Lapierre ’20, Spanish II
Premio de Bronce(Bronze), recognizing students scoring from the 75th through the 84th percentiles —
Christy Liang ’19, Spanish III
Rose Battista ’19, Spanish II
Wendy Wang ’20, Spanish II
Olivia Doerr ’21, Spanish I
Mención Honorífica(Honorable Mention), recognizing students scoring from the 50th through the 74th percentiles —
Ria Kedia ’20, Spanish IV
Haylee Gleason ’19, Spanish III
Chelsea Canal ’21, Spanish II
Jacqueline Mosley ’20, Spanish II
Kailani Small ’20, Spanish II
Sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, the National Spanish Exam is administered annually to students in grades 6 through 12. More than 150,000 students participated in the 2018 exam.
Well done, MHS Spanish students!