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February 17, 2023

AHA Middle School Names Multiple Angels to Dean’s List & Honor Roll

 Traci Koval, dean of the Academy of the Holy Angels Middle School, congratulated multiple students who achieved Dean’s List and Honor Roll status for maintaining excellent grade point averages through the second quarter of the 2022-23 academic year. 


Dean’s List honorees must post averages of 95-100, and many not post a grade lower than 85. Students who achieved this recognition include: Yasmin Almimeh, Gemma Alvarez, Anelle Avallone, Chloe Burkards, Kiera Burke, Jaime Carlin, Gianna Castaldo, Emma Castillo, Emma Aika Chang, Emma Cheng, Taylor Cho, Cara Choi, Lauren Chung, Ava Cifelli, Charlotte Conover, Emma Dahl, Sophia Garzon, Hannah George, Lizbeth George, Eftihia Giannikos, Brooke Greco, Emily Kho, Brenna Kim, Claire Kim, Evangeline Koo, Cailleigh Kraus, Madelyn Krol, Joanna Lee, Lavender Lee, Mona Lee, Bogna Lekan, Kaci Li, Eleanor Lim, Cristyn Lindsay, Daniella Luzzi, Kaelyn Malig, Camila Martinez, Kayleigh McGee, Ella Menapace, Joonhee “Esther” Myung, Soomin “Ella” Myung, Caroline Nam, Keira Nordsvan, Lily Ospino-Lopierre, Bridget O’Sullivan, Lena Park, Ava Pereymybida, Maria Petrou, Allison Riccio, Angelina Seo, Sparrow Smith, Chloe Sohn, Emmeline Terjanian, Isabella Tomeo, Vivianne Van Ost, and Chloe Zaladonis.


Students who are named to the Honor Roll have an average of 90-94, and have not received a grade lower than 80. Second quarter honorees are Rebecca Cho, Allison Chong, Annabella de Leon, Erin Dempsey, Hannah Kim, Victoire Lambert, Reina Mercado, Sophia Rendo, Rebeccah Shippie, and Hailey Smith.


Founded by the School Sisters of Notre Dame in 1879, the Academy of the Holy Angels is the oldest private girls’ school in Bergen County.