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7th Grade SAT/ACT State Recognition

Thomas Arender
Anna Kate Talbot
 

4th-6th Grade PSAT Recognition

The following students have been designated as testing with honors for scoring in the top 10 percent on the PSAT 8/9 when compared to national test takers four grades above the participant’s current grade level.

JK Fa
Joaquin Panelo
 

Duke TIP New Enrollees

Olivia Grace Akatue
Isabella Baltz
Tyler Bennerman
Matilda Bennett
Samuel Dwyer
Hudson Ewald
Charlotte Hamilton
Nekota Jones
Kylie Jordan
Emily Kim
William Massaro
Anna Neff
Richard Obermeier
Stephanie Obermeier
Miguel Panelo
Sabina Philp
Adalynn Powers
Mary Gwin Robbins


High Honor Roll

The following students received no grade lower than 93.

8TH LEVEL
Victoria Baltz
Ryan Barrett
Jacey Goetzinger
Eleanor Herrell
Mallory Kosinski
Natalie Mallal
Nicholas Ostroski
William Ostroski
Aubrey Vallett
Adam Wang
Xavier Warren

7TH LEVEL
Thomas Arender
Matt Ciampa
Kareena Kloek
Jayma Lindsley
McKinney Lynn

6TH LEVEL
Iris Brue
Ben Carpenter
JK Fa
Joaquin Panelo
Marie Paregis
Sophia Rokas
Maggie Slattery
Clara Stefansic
Larkin Wilson

5TH LEVEL
Jack Barrett
Luca Bogni
Elisabeth Crane
Chesnee Foster
Gabe Guillamondegui
Cecilia Martus
Oscar McCarter
 

Honor Roll

The following students received no grade lower than 86.

8TH LEVEL
Virginia Crouch
Chloe Edwards
Andrew Hermanson
Lilly Faye Kraemer
Delaney Lenerville
Lindsay Lorge
Josiah Michel
Simone Morgan
Fisher Ortner
Seamus Slattery

7TH LEVEL
Emma Al-Droubi
Mae Crowell
Mia Galassini
McKenna Gross
Max Hartert
DJ Haws
Alex Hermanson
Addison Hilton
Mark Jurkovich
Ben Kitchel
Camila Martinez
Preston Melvin
Sage Patterson
Katie Perry
Sam Spicer
Anna Kate Talbot
Ben Williams

6TH LEVEL
Lillian Clancy
Ella Jane Francescon
Evan Frost
Seamus Kelty
Emily Kim
Mila Kinney
Ryder Ortner
Annika Patel
Rachel Rodriguez
Clarabelle Shafer
Graham Snow
Romey Specht

5TH LEVEL
Nora Arender
Emma Clark
Kemper Evans
Zach Fonnesbeck
Jack Frazier
Riann Hilton
Austin Lenerville
Henry Levendoski
Ava Malucci
Sabina Philp
Sloan Pinkston
Amelia Scanlan
Ada Smith
Olivia Stany
Evelyn Taylor
Hannah Wyman
Libby Zehrt


Accelerated Reading

The following students accumulated more than 200 points.

7TH LEVEL
Addison Hilton
Jacob Malucci
Kareena Kloek

6TH LEVEL
Joaquin Panelo
Emerson Blankenship
Lillian Clancy
Marie Pareigis

5TH LEVEL
Luca Bogni
Henry Levendoski
Ceci Martus
Sabina Philp
Sloan Pinkston
Sam Powell
Evelyn Taylor
Libby Zehrt 
 

Spelling Bee Winner

Nicholas Ostroski
 

Geography Bee Winner

Joaquin Panelo
 

Art Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Gabe Guillamondegui
Ada Smith

6TH LEVEL
Emily Kim
JK Fa

7TH LEVEL
Jack Litchfield
Sam Spicer

8TH LEVEL
Simone Morgan
Virginia Crouch
Josiah Michel
Nicholas Ostroski
 

French Subject Award

Victoria Baltz
Anna Kate Talbot
 

English/Language Arts Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Amelia Scanlan
Sloan Pinkston
Libby Zehrt

6TH LEVEL
Sophia Rokas
Nathan Krauss
Joaquin Panelo
Stephanie Obermeier

7TH LEVEL
Jayma Lindsley
Camila Martinez
Ben Kitchel

8TH LEVEL
Natalie Mallal
 

Literature Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Evelyn Taylor
Luca Bogni

6TH LEVEL
Clara Stefansic
Maggie Slattery

7TH LEVEL
Kareena Kloek
Matt Ciampa

8TH LEVEL
Jacey Goetzinger
Mallory Kosinski
 

Math Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Hannah Wyman
Jack Barrett
Chesnee Foster

6TH LEVEL
Joaquin Panelo
Clara Stefansic
Joy Omishakin

7TH LEVEL
Preston Melvin
Thomas Arender

8TH LEVEL
Delaney Lenerville
Lindsay Lorge
Victoria Baltz
 

Music Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Elisabeth Crane
Chesnee Foster
Gabe Guillamondegui

6TH LEVEL
Clara Stefansic
Nicholas Jurkovich

7TH LEVEL
Mia Galassini
Thomas Arender

8TH LEVEL
Lilly Faye Kraemer
Jacey Goetzinger
Elliott Krauss
Fisher Ortner
 

PE Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Jack Frazier
Libby Zehrt

6TH LEVEL
JK Fa
Clara Stefansic

7TH LEVEL
Thomas Arender
Addison Hilton

8TH LEVEL
Victoria Baltz
Ryan Barrett
 

Science Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Libby Zehrt
Ceci Martus

6TH LEVEL
Clayton Ellis
Lily Pierce

7TH LEVEL
Addison Hilton
Matt Ciampa
Anna Kate Talbot

8TH LEVEL
Xavier Warren
 

Social Studies Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Jack Barrett
Sloan Pinkston

6TH LEVEL
Joaquin Panelo
Joy Omishakin

7TH LEVEL
McKinney Lynn
Mae Crowell

8TH LEVEL
Ryan Barrett
 

Spanish Subject Award

5TH LEVEL
Elisabeth Crane
Chesnee Foster

6TH LEVEL
Iris Brue
Claire Kintz

7TH LEVEL
Matt Ciampa 

8TH LEVEL
William Ostroski
Nicholas Ostroski
 

Christian Leadership Award

5TH LEVEL
Amelia Scanlan
Carmen Flammia

6TH LEVEL
Seamus Kelty
Clara Stefansic 

7TH LEVEL
Mia Galassini
Thomas Arender

8TH LEVEL
Mallory Kosinski
William Ostroski


 

  • Celebrations
  • Student Spotlight

As you can imagine, we have been thinking a lot about what this summer might look like for us in a world of COVID-19. After many hours of research and discussion, we have made the difficult decision to cancel on-campus Summer Play Days for the month of June. The safety of the students, your families, and our staff is our top priority. With Nashville still in an area with high community transmission and so many unknowns still surrounding the reopening of Davidson County, we feel that gathering on the premises at this point would not be a responsible act on our part.

While we love spending our summers with you and look forward to it every year, we do not want to jeopardize school starting in the fall in any way.

While we cannot offer Summer Play Days as we originally intended next month, we are happy to announce virtual camps with some of our favorite instructors. Come join us for Habitat Yoga, Mrs. Latour’s Book Club, Songwriting, Intro to Sign Language, and more! Please visit the Summer Play Days webpage for more information.

We appreciate your patience as we continue to learn and adapt. We will continue to monitor the data, recommendations, and guidelines of the CDC and local officials as we look ahead to the rest of the summer. Keep an eye out for more information regarding camps in July in the next few weeks.

  • Cancellations
  • Coronavirus
  • Events


St. Bernard Academy is proud to spotlight our graduate . . .

Camden Bradham

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDING:

Edgewood High School in Madison, Wisconsin

FAVORITE SBA MEMORY:

I will always cherish my time at Land Between the Lakes and the Rhode Island trips. I loved Monster Mash — it was so much fun!  I loved my teachers, especially Ms. Nowlin, Mrs. Serephina, Ms. Leslie, and Ms. Danielle.

Congratulations, Camden!

  • Graduate Spotlight


St. Bernard Academy is proud to spotlight our graduate . . .

Amelia Tarquinio

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDING:

St. Cecilia Academy

FAVORITE SBA MEMORY:
  1. Sitting under Sally’s Place
  2. Field Day
  3. Mrs. Flanagan’s Literature class. 
  4. Kindergarten Graduation
  5. Saying “sorry I’m late” to Mrs. Leona almost every morning. 

Congratulations, Amelia!

  • Graduate Spotlight


St. Bernard Academy is proud to spotlight our graduate . . .

Jackie Obermeier

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDING:

Father Ryan High School

FAVORITE SBA MEMORY:
  1. The Rhode Island trip Summer 2018
  2. The blue team epic win on field day 2019
  3. Watching the no signal box in Spanish class for two years (2018-2020).

Congratulations, Jackie!

  • Graduate Spotlight


St. Bernard Academy is proud to spotlight our graduate . . .

Lindsay Lorge

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDING:

Pope John Paul II High School

FAVORITE SBA MEMORY:
  1. It was field day, the 8th graders at the time did a water balloon fight. I can’t exactly remember what grade I was in at the time, but I’m pretty sure it was 6th. Everyone was throwing balloons and I was peeling an orange. We were right next to the field where they were playing, so it wasn’t surprising for a loose water balloon to make its way over. However, this time I was peeling an orange for my friend and I was really concentrated. Eleanor yelled “WATCH OUT” and suddenly I was hit with a water balloon. 
     
  2. One time we were at lunch and my friends used to have lunch next to a group of guys. I’m friends with some of them still but the others...not my taste in humor. So we were eating lunch and when we got to the end, the group of boys had made a trash tower. It was hilarious, they were giggling and screaming about how funny it was. I wasn’t interested in that, however, I was interested in what Mr. Crouch had to say. At the end they were banned from using that table and their faces were incredibly red. I still tease some of them about it today.
     
  3. We were on the swings — just a couple of friends and I and we were just laughing and having a good time. That's all that I think is important. It felt nice to laugh with friends.

Congratulations, Lindsay!

  • Graduate Spotlight


St. Bernard Academy is proud to spotlight our graduate . . .

Natalie Mallal

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDING:

University School of Nashville

FAVORITE SBA MEMORY:
  1. Land Between the Lakes field trip
  2. Father/Daughter dances
  3. Field Day
  4. Volleyball
  5. 8th Level talent show

Congratulations, Natalie!

  • Graduate Spotlight


St. Bernard Academy is proud to spotlight our graduate . . .

Mallory Kosinski

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDING:

St. Cecilia Academy

FAVORITE SBA MEMORY:

Playing volleyball at break in the MPR with Coach Grigsby, eating snacks with friends before volleyball and basketball games, and out of uniform days

Congratulations, Mallory!

  • Graduate Spotlight