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St. Jude students recognized by Johns Hopkins


March 15. 2013 6:30PM


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The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth recognized 46 students in grades 3-8 at St. Jude School, Mountain Top. The students qualified for the talent search by scoring in the 95th percentile or higher on a major part of the TerraNova test that was administered in the 2011-2012 or 2012-2013 school year. Qualifying students, from left, first row: Evan Wejkszner, Chloe Pugh, Matthew Banford, William Wolfgang, Jordyn Chepolis, Dominic Alberti, and Chris Papciak. Second row: Chase Pugh, Matthew Kerstetter, Thomas Mayernik, Connor Moran, Ella Urosevich, Millie Symbula, Ashleigh Button and Anna Capaci. Third row: Colin Wills, George Strish, Alex Rymar, Gabby Tammarine, Sarah Stettler, Jared Bozinko and Morghan Murphy. Fourth row: Emily Mahler, Jimmy Lavan, Taylor Josefowicz, Tim Gallagher, Ryan Williams, Emily Thomas and Abby Lapinski. Fifth row: Rachel Jones, Lizzy Kolojejchick, Makenzie Savner, Matthew Hayden and Patrick Curley. Sixth row: Julia Foust, Autumn Kaminski, Brianna Phillips, Maria Strish, Kaylee Kotsko and Bridget Dugan. Seventh row: Adam Abad, Sean Wills, Ben Koshinski, Alex Abad, Connor Evans and Christian Koshinski.




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