Redding Students Earn Spots on Immaculate High School's Honor Roll

Immaculate High School announced its first semester Honor Roll students and celebrated the students and their academic achievements at a special Honors Mass recently. Students received either Distinguished Honors, High Honors or Honors.

Distinguished Honors are awarded to students who have a 4.3 minimum GPA with no grade below a C and no incomplete work, High Honors are awarded to students with a 3.9 minimum GPA with no incomplete work, and Honors are earned by students with a 3.5 minimum GPA with no incomplete work. Immaculate’s school year has two semesters.

"We are extremely proud of our students who have earned well-deserved academic recognition on the Distinguished, High Honor and Honor rolls.  Such distinction is testament to their diligence and personal character relative to the tenets of Immaculate High School - respect, responsibility and reverence. Our congratulations and God's blessings to them as well as their families on their wonderful achievement," said Dr. Patrick D. Higgins, Principal of Immaculate High School.

Students from Redding achieving Honor Roll for the past semester are:

Class of 2020: High Honors: James Nogueira 

Class of 2021:  High Honors: Aleksandra Box; Honors: Matthew Pizzo

Class of 2022:  Distinguished Honors: Allie Bellone, Julong Williams; High Honors: Mairin Bremner, Calista Dudas, Carolyn Jandira; Honors: Nicholas Ambrosio, Chloe Bellone




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