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.

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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

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