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  • 03/06/19Students of the 2nd Quarter

    Senior

     Andra Preda has been selected as the Arlington Catholic High School Senior Student of the Quarter.  At the end of every quarter, teachers nominate students and then the full faculty votes on who should receive this honor.  A student from each class is chosen based on their commitment to living the AC motto: “Act justly, love tenderly, walk humbly with God.”


    During her time at Arlington Catholic, Andra has been one of the top students in the school. She has been involved in numerous activities, including the varsity swim team, the school's literary magazine, the National Honor Society, the Student Council, and the Drama Club. When asked what she liked best about AC, Andra replied, "I love AC because all the students are so welcoming to each other, and always excited to learn. I have also been blessed with incredible teachers over the past four years, and feel very prepared for my future education." Next year, she will attend Tufts University.


    We congratulate Andra and wish her continued success.
     

    Juniors 

    Keagan Ingersoll has been selected as the Arlington Catholic High School Junior Student of the Quarter.  At the end of every quarter, teachers nominate students and then the full faculty votes on who should receive this honor.  A student from each class is chosen based on their commitment to living the AC motto: “Act justly, love tenderly, walk humbly with God.”


    Keagan has an older sister Courtney, who graduated from AC in 2017. His favorite subject at AC is History, and he plays on the varsity football team. Keagan was also recently selected as one of the captains for next year's football team. When asked what he likes best about Arlington Catholic, he answered "the togetherness of everyone" in the AC community. 

    We congratulate Keagan and wish him continued success. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Connor Hamilton has been selected as the Arlington Catholic High School Junior Student of the Quarter. At the end of every quarter, teachers nominate students and then the full faculty votes on who should receive this honor.  A student from each class is chosen based on their commitment to living the AC motto: “Act justly, love tenderly, walk humbly with God.”


    Connor has an older sister Lauren, who graduated from AC last year, as well as a younger brother Justin. Connor's favorite subject at AC is engineering, a class in which he has constructed various models. In his free time Connor enjoys running and so far this year he has been named a Catholic Central League all-star in both cross country and indoor track. He also stated that what he likes best about AC is that "It is a school that always welcomes people and always makes the student feel at home."


    We congratulate Connor and wish him continued success. 

     

     

    Sophomore

    Dante Leone has been selected as the Arlington Catholic High School Sophomore Student of the Quarter.  At the end of every quarter, teachers nominate students and then the full faculty votes on who should receive this honor.  A student from each class is chosen based on their commitment to living the AC motto: “Act justly, love tenderly, walk humbly with God.”


    Dante's favorite subjects at AC are science and math. He also has an older sister Giana who graduated from AC in 2016. When asked what he liked best about AC, he replied that "Everyone at AC is kind and caring to one another, and we all want the best for one another and be the best version of ourselves." He also stated that AC has allowed him create new friendships with fellow classmates and teachers.


    We congratulate Dante and wish him continued success.

     

     

    Freshman 

    Sophia Bost has been selected as the Arlington Catholic High School Freshman Student of the Quarter.  At the end of every quarter, teachers nominate students and then the full faculty votes on who should receive this honor.  A student from each class is chosen based on their commitment to living the AC motto: “Act justly, love tenderly, walk humbly with God.”

    Sophia's favorite subject at Arlington Catholic thus far is English. She has also played on the JV soccer team and the JV basketball team this year. When asked what she liked best about AC she responded that "everyone in the AC community is extremely welcoming." 

    We congratulate Sophia and wish her continued success.