Ashland and Framingham Students Recognized at Mount Alvernia High

NEWTON –  Mount Alvernia High School in Newton, Massachusetts, announced four students from Framingham and Ashland received academic honors for the first quarter of the 2018-2019 school year.

The students are:

  • Elisabeth Canhoto ‘24 of Framingham: Head of School List and Effort Recognition

  • Florencia Cortez ‘19 of Ashland: Head of School List and Effort Recognition

  • Maria Cortez ‘20 of Ashland: First Honors and Effort Recognition

  • Aleen Karakouzian ‘20 of Framingham:  Head of School List and Effort Recognition

Eligibility for the Head of School’s List requires a 95-99 percent  quarter grade-point average and First Honors requires 90-94 percent quarter grade-point average. Effort Recognition is awarded to students who demonstrate an exceptional commitment to their studies.


Mount Alvernia High School in Newton has educated young women of community since 1927. It serves students from 30 communities in Greater Boston from grades 7-12.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: Phone: 508-315-7176

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