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Local Shrewsbury Students Named to Honor Roll



Shrewsbury, Massachusetts — Saint John’s High School recently announced its honor roll for the second quarter of 2013-14.To qualify for the Headmaster’s List, a student must have achieved a grade of A-minus or better in all subjects. For First Honors, a student must have achieved all B’s or better; for Second Honors, all B-minuses or better.


Shrewsbury:  Allen Burgess ’14, Anthony Jreije ’14, Brian Le ’14, Colin Buckley ’15, Jeremy Canfield ’15, Tae Hyeon Kim ’15, Mano Sundaresan ’15, Matthew Franzoso ’16, Daniel North ’16, Cory Sagerstrom ’16, Mitchell Yip ’16, John Aube ’17, Prithu Dasgupta ’17, Joseph Radovanic ’17, David Turco ‘17


Shrewsbury: Santiago Angaramo ’14,Steven D’Agostino ’14, Samir Kafel ’14, Paul Nason ’14, Andrew Sjogren ’14, Matthew Alano ’15, Abishek Arokiadoss ’15, Daniel Barlok ’15, Hector Bucaro ’15, Christopher Coburn ’15, Shane Combs ’15, David Favre ’15, Anthony Franzoso ’15, Matthew Jarrell ’15, Joseph Jennison ’15, Daniel Kimmitt ’15, Nicholas Murner ’15, Tyler Sagerstrom ’15, Patrick Storer ’15, Ruchir Chaturvedi ’16, Jared Kronlund ’16, David Lee ’16, Nicholas Staples ’16, Luke Xu ’16, Miguel Bucaro ’17, Ryan Daly ’17, Christopher DeWolfe ’17, Patrick Galvin ’17, Ethan Lutz ’17, Jeeval Mehta ’17, Stephen Nerkowski ’17, Cristian Ramirez ’17, Justin Storer ‘17


Shrewsbury: Eric Cui ’14, Thomas Kelley ’14, Zachary Kelly ’14, Scott Manea ’14, Thomas Musgrove ’14, Mario Pizzeri ’14, Zachary Santora ’14,Mark Sullivan ’14, Hassan Yatim ’14, Zachary Burke ’15, Jonathan Dupre ’15, Sean Foley ’15, Garrett Lehan ’15, Timothy McMaster ’15, Liam McNeil ’15, Matthew Nelson ’15, Dalton Olson ’15, Samuel Palermo ’15, Ryan Phan ’15, Justin Vlass ’15, Shayne Brenner ’16, Liam Davidson ’16, Cameron Lucey ’16, Andrew Wheeler ’16, Luke Wyman ’16, Shane Conway ’17, Carter McGowan ’17, Adi Nathan ’17, Cole Walling ‘17


Saint John’s High School

Saint John’s High School has educated young men in grades 9-12 under the guidance and sponsorship of the Xaverian Brothers since 1898. The mission of the Xaverian Brothers and Saint John’s has always been one of service to God through service to our fellow man. Saint John’s college preparatory curriculum has gained a strong reputation for academic excellence, but Saint John’s is also committed to the development of the “whole person”: spiritual, moral-ethical, social, intellectual, physical, creative and aesthetic. The school enrolls about 1,000 young men in four grades. For more information, visit www.stjohnshigh.org.

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