ARMONK, N.Y. -- Some Byram Hills seniors are at the top of the class.
Byram Hills High School saw 22 seniors inducted into the Cum Laude Society for their academic achievements. The students were in the top 10 percent of the class academically while performing community service and showing leadership in clubs, theater, athletics, and music.
“We are incredibly proud of all your accomplishments,” principal Christopher Walsh told the students, urging them to view induction into Cum Laude “as a springboard to continued learning and personal growth.”
The newest members of Cum Laude are: Alexis Aberman, Rachel Ackerman, Christina Baris, Mathew Behar, Alexandra Brocato, Alexandra Cvern, Jackson Deitelzweig, Jonathan Freedman, Brian Glat, Chandler Glat, Arjun Goyal, Ross Greenfield, Stella Li, Malorie Lipstein, Jack Lorenzo, Alexander Melnick, Zachary Milewicz, Jonathan Mui, Jason Roden, Marina Triebenbacher, Sophie Van Leeuwen and Devon Wolfe.
Founded in 1906, the Cum Laude Society honors the scholastic achievement of students in secondary schools.
This year’s faculty inductee is Joy Reynolds, a special education teacher.
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