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Honor Roll

Honor Roll First Quarter 2017-2018

 
The Honor Roll is a special recognition for outstanding academic achievement and attitude. It is based on the student’s total grade point average for the preceding quarter or semester, as well as behavior (total amount of demerits). The minimum grade point required for Honor Roll recognition based on all subjects is a 3.0. All academic grades should be at least of a C or Satisfactory level (S-), and the conduct of a student cannot be below a Satisfactory level (S-). The conduct grade is primarily based on the total amount of demerits received during the quarter.


Honor Roll List


All academic honor students must have a Satisfactory grade for both Effort and Conduct. All non-core subjects must also have a Satisfactory grade.


Second Honors (3.0 – 3.5)

  • Grade 3: Ansen Cho, Vivienne Colon, Daniel Cortel, Kiara Kam, Drake Kenui, Nainoa Stone
  • Grade 4: Micah Alcisto, Lucas Cachola-Brake
  • Grade 5: Logan Ah Loo, Cruz Colon, Maysen Gaoat
  • Grade 6: Hayden Benedict, Kalena Kai Lee, Lauren Shaw
  • Grade 7: Kaitlynn Canubida, Chayden Eli, Jason Ulep
  • Grade 8: Carolyn Carter
 

First Honors (3.6 – 3.9)

  • Grade 3: Christian Basa, Keira Bumanglag, Rayna Cabuslay, Mikayla Gonzalez, Solomon Powell, Laicey Tomas
  • Grade 4: Kaitlyn Rae Callorina, Joshua Dela Cruz, Taylor Eischen, Sophia Lafferty, Triton Safiti, Braylon Yamada
  • Grade 5: Joseph Hotlzmann, Alan Lee, Keana Lee, Jaydee Li Lucendo, Talen Nugyen, Caiden Reed, Dylan Samaranayake, Kanani Stone, Xander Torres, Janelle Ulep, Janine Ulep, Brandon Waters
  • Grade 6: Adrian Histia-Castro
  • Grade 7: Alexia-Mae Eleccion, Ethan Lee, Sakura Morita
  • Grade 8:Nathan Bonnell, Keira Cachola, Cameron Cooper, Zander DeMarco, Asialyn Lee, Ella Stone, Savanna Wilson
 

Principal’s List (4.0 and higher)

  • Grade 4: Leila Macapagal, Riley Shaw
  • Grade 5: Sylas Alaimalo, Sebastian Basa, Anthony Bautista, Elizabeth Nugyen
  • Grade 7: Saunders Alaimalo, Jonathan Jiao, Prescilla Pascua
  • Grade 8: Kylie Canubida, Colby Macapagal, Kailee Tomas
 

Conduct Award

  • Kindergarten: Dominic Cortel, Carter Yamada
  • Grade 1: Kailah Bandola, Damien Cortel
  • Grade 2: Kaylie Ardissone, Isaiah Dela Cruz
  • Grade 3: Mikayla Gonzalez
  • Grade 4: Micah Alcisto
  • Grade 5: Janelle Ulep, Janine Ulep
  • Grade 6: Kelina Fuerst
  • Grade 7: Jason Ulep
  • Grade 8: Carolyn Carter, Colby Macapagal
 

Effort Award

  • Kindergarten: Kendall Rhae Callorina
  • Grade 1: Arialyn Lee
  • Grade 2: Lauren Waters, Noah Garcia
  • Grade 3: Drake Kenui
  • Grade 4: Leila Macapagal
  • Grade 5: Sebastian Basa
  • Grade 6: Keana Kekoa
  • Grade 7: Rikki Cirio
  • Grade 8: Kylie Canubida, Colby Macapagal
 

Most Improved Award

  • Kindergarten: Noah Yoshimura
  • Grade 1: Zachary Koyanagi, Nainoa Liu
  • Grade 2: Odin Safiti
  • Grade 3: Nevaeh Kam-Ishikawa
  • Grade 4: Riley Shaw
  • Grade 5: Dylan Samaranayake
 

Service Award

  • Kindergarten: Lawson Cachola, Drew Dash
  • Grade 1: Myra Cabuslay
  • Grade 2: Alexandria Na, Lexten Cachola
  • Grade 3: Laicey Tomas
  • Grade 4: Lucas Cachola-Brake
  • Grade 6: Candace Cabansag Romero, Kennedy Ryan
  • Grade 7: Kaitlynn Canubida, Alexis Cantorna
  • Grade 8: Kylie Canubida, Kailee Tomas
 

School Service Award (Eighth Grade)

  • Nathan Bonnell
  • Keira Cachola
  • Kylie Canubida
  • Carolyn Carter
  • Cameron Cooper
  • Zander DeMarco
  • Malie Kekoa
  • Kaytlyn Kuni
  • Asialyn Lee
  • Colby Macapagal
  • Kaleb McAngus-Liu
  • Mia Rodriguez
  • Ella Stone
  • Kailee Tomas
  • Brenyn Weaver
  • Savanna Wilson

 

Presidential Education Awards Program

The purpose of the President's Education Awards Program is to recognize students that demonstrate outstanding educational growth, commitment or intellectual development in the academic subjects of math and/or reading.

To be eligible for the President's Award for Educational Achievement, students must score in the 80th - 84th percentile or higher in math and/or reading, and also have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. This award is presented annually in the Fourth Quarter once a cumulative GPA has been calculated.
 
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To be eligible for the President's Award for Educational Achievement Excellence, student must score in the 85th percentile or higher in math and/or reading, and also have a GPA of 3.6 or higher.
 
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