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Westfield Students Named NJ Laureates in National French Exam

Lorre Korecky

Saturday, May 25, 2013 • 9:12pm

A total of 34 Westfield High School students were awarded the rank of New Jersey Laureates this spring in the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) “Grand Concours exam.  Over 100,000 elementary and secondary students participated in the contest nationally, with 84 WHS students taking part this year. The following WHS students are ranked at the top in the state (the lowest NJ ranking number indicates the highest score):

FRENCH 1

NJ ranking

Christopher Hogge

10

 

FRENCH 2

NJ ranking

Cecile Foutain Jardim

3

Raquel Levy

3

Jesse Liu

3

Hailey Reilly

3

Elizabeth Smith

3

Chloe Beauchamp

4

Katherine Tang

4

Courtney Casale

5

Alan Fang

5

Madeline Flaherty

6

Celeste Loffredo

6

Sarah Morton

6

Kevin Frega

8

Mary Gouldson

10

Ann Sophie Koglin

10

 

FRENCH 3

NJ  Ranking

Jorge Ledesma

3

Eli Wirtshafter

3

Valeria Bouchoueva

8

Andrew Kuznetsov

8

Isabelle Ick

10

 

FRENCH 4

NJ Ranking

Jill Rosenfeld

1

Kristin Hauge

2

Philip Chapel

6

Mark Gillespie

6

Mathew Luppino

6

Lauren Nogan

6

Michelle Kim

7

Michael Magierski

10

Mike Wezyk

10

 

FRENCH 5

NJ Ranking

Estelle Cervantes

3

Katie Contini

8

Natalia Trujillo

8

Meaghan Fleck

9

 

“We would like to congratulate all of our students for their hard work and dedication to learning another language, and we look forward to more opportunities to showcase their linguistic proficiencies.  The teachers and administrators of our French program are extremely proud of these results and appreciate the continued commitment to the French language,” stated David Greer, Supervisor of World Languages K-12 in the Westfield Public Schools.

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