National French Exam Honors

In chapel this week Instructor in French Becca Keel recognized students for high achievement on Le Grand Concours, the National French Exam. Four students placed in the top-10 rankings in the state: Leo Campbell, 5th place rank in French I; Will Woodmansee, 10th place in French II; and Ryan Gorman, 8th place, and Liam Kaltenborn, 9th place, in French IV.
 
Madame Keel also recognized these medalists and honorable mention recipients for their achievements:
French I
Silver: Leo Campbell, 90th percentile
Bronze: Paul Jones, 80th percentile
Honorable Mention: Evan Boswell, Mac Magness, Paul Marr, Colin McCown, Jack Morin
 
French II
Silver: Will Woodmansee, 85th percentile
Bronze:  J.D. Huber, 80th percentile; Carson Lakin, 75th percentile
Honorable Mention: Alan Applewhite, Andrew Bragorgos, Henry Bridgforth, Cole McDonald, Sloan Miles, Edwin Rawson, James Smythe, Zane Snead, Harris Tennyson, and Ammon Wood
                                   
French III
Silver: Churchill Akhigbe, 85th percentile
Bronze: David Byrd, 80th percentile; Richard Neff, 80th percentile; Caleb Riggs, 80th percentile
Honorable Mention: JoJo Fogarty, Emerson Manley, John Mann, Hudson Miller, Sam Nelson, Kylun Taylor
                                                                                   
French IV
Silver: Ryan Gorman, 90th percentile; Liam Kaltenborn, 85th percentile
Honorable Mention: Graham Boswell, Aidan Lonergan, Will Murrah, Macon Orr, Stan Smythe
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