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Academic Perfection
Posted 02/01/2018 12:07PM

Jesuit High School has announced the 13 seniors from the Class of 2018 who have made the Principal's Honor Roll each of their first seven semesters at Jesuit.

Students named to the Principal's Honor Roll earned no grade less than an A in all of their classes for the semester. Those seniors who have achieved that honor every semester at Jesuit, pictured L-R on the homepage, are Christian Jung, Patrick Eberly, Sam Sands, Nathan Gimness, Joshua Cruz, Tommy Pham, Nick Indelicato, Trevor Perez, Jordan Vivero, Matthew Tamashiro, and John Robbins.

Missing from the photo, but who also have received no grade less than an A in seven semesters, are Jack Giannetti and Lazaro Alvelaez.

The 13 seniors in the Class of 2018 who are one semester away from perfect report cards at Jesuit represent 12 different middle schools: Academy of the Holy Names (Jung), All Saints Academy (Gimness), Benito (Indelicato, Sands), Cambridge Christian (Vivero), Davidsen (Cruz), Incarnation Catholic School (Pham), Martinez (Giannetti), St. John's Episcopal (Robbins), St. Lawrence (Tamashiro), Trinity (Perez), Walker (Eberly), and Webb (Alvelaez).

For a listing of Principal's Honor Roll and Honor Roll recipients at Jesuit for the Fall 2017 semester by grade, click here.

For a listing of Jesuit's Class Achievement recipients (Class Achievement recognizes the top two students in each class section) for the Fall 2017 semester, click here.

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