Middle School Award Recognition Ceremony

Congratulations to our middle school students. Click to see information on all our award winners!
Recognition of Student Council Members: 
 
President:      Jack Hammett
Vice – President: Lauren Perlis
Secretary:       Blythe Bouza
                       
6th Grade:
Alden Senette
Isabella Miller
 
7th Grade:
Parrish Abramson
Ethan Taylor
 
8th Grade:
Caroline K.oppel
Virginia Vaughan
                       
 
Newly Elected:  2017-2018
President:  William Lafaye
Vice-President: Barrett Goldenberg           
Secretary:  Ethan Taylor
 
6th Grade:
 
7th Grade:
Ellie Schneider
Alden Senette
 
8th Grade:
 
Review Board: 
Elizabeth Rogers
John Overby
Maddie Canter
Marguerite Schwarz
Maximo Valobra
Emmeline Moore
Dominic Dazet
 
Spelling Bee:
 
Literary Rally:
Rayne Swanson – Medal
Maddie Canter - Medal
Ethan Powell  - Medal with Cert.
Aliya Eissa - Medal with Cert.
Douglas Heebe – Medal with Cert.
Grayson Myers – Medal with Cert.
 
Music Awards:
Ethan Faw
Miles Lemmler
Amelia Brencick
 
Choir Awards:
Caroline Cvitanovich
Kristin Kempton
Elona Kleven
Julianna Holley
Olivia O’Bell
 
Spanish Awards: 
Blythe Bouza
Maddie Canter
Douglas Heebe
Caroline Koppel
Grayson Myers
Elizabeth Rogers
Gabe Kohlmaier
Hartson Moss
John Overby
Caroline Cvitanovich
Betsy Feirn
Lilly Florence
Rachel Lavis
David Lovell
Mason Poole
Jack Hammett
Maximo Valobra
Milana Ammari
Ellie Davidson
Claire Fernandez
 
French Awards:
Ethan Powell
Max Morrell
Duke TIP Awards:  Based on your 6th grade ERB scores
 
For Qualifying:
 
Jack Benjamin
Delphine Dop
Eli Goodwin
Wyatt Greenbaum
Grant Jennings
Miles Lemmier
Harrison Menszer
Mason Poole
Bennett Ridgeway
Marguerite Schwarz
 
 
For Participating:
 
Christian Daly
Claire Fernandez
Jack Hammett
Scott Isacks
Kelsey Johnson
Miles Lemmier
Jared Smith
Ethan Taylor
Maximo Valobra    - Qualified for Academy Summer Studies
Jack Zink
 
 
State Recognition:
 
Parrish Abramson  - Qualified for Academy Summer Studies
Will Lafaye   - Qualified for Academy Summer Studies
 
 
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Established in 1929, Metairie Park Country Day School is a coed private school for New Orleans area students in early childhood through Grade 12. From the elementary grades through upper school, the care and cultivation of each child comes to life in our exciting academic program, creative arts, and competitive athletic offerings.

Country Day accepts qualified students without regard to race, color, disability, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national, or ethnic origin.