Our Lady of Grace Catholic Academy honor roll


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Posted Online: Nov. 13, 2012, 3:20 pm
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Officials at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Academy have released the honor roll for the first quarter. *Denotes straight A's.

4th Grade -- Molly Ahern*, Austin Fitch*, Rudy Glancey, Charlie Mitton, Janessa Pauwels, Niah Tyler*, Estrella Valtierra and JoLeigh Van Hoe

5th Grade -- Killian Ahern*, Sophia Best*, Matthew Bolin, Nick Caviola, Demian Cifuentes-Marquez, Anselmo Hernandez, Emma Muhleman and Alex Ramirez

6th Grade -- Morgan Cunningham, Connor Fitch, Evan Gryp, Caetlin Harris, Annacah Oliva, Thomas Skahill* and Jessica Trout

7th Grade -- Olivia Best*, Hailey Hart* and Julia Hughes

8th Grade -- Mary Hart*, Tori Muhleman and Miranda Zinke*

















 




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