Middle school students at MMI Preparatory School received academic and athletic awards during a recent assembly at the school.
The following students achieved academic honors in the subjects listed:
Art: Alexander Sessock, sixth grade; Lauren Babinetz, seventh grade; and Evie Allport, eighth grade.
English: Allison Hohn, Mountaintop, sixth grade; Lauren Babinetz, seventh grade; and Quentin Novinger, Mountaintop, eighth grade.
Geography/History: Allison Hohn, Mountaintop, and Morgan Long, sixth grade; Kyle Falatko, seventh grade; and Allison McGeehan, eighth grade.
Health: Keenan Overa, eighth grade.
Literature: Zachary Young, sixth grade.
Math: Zachary Young, sixth grade; Gabriella Kupsho, seventh grade; and Ali Aijaz, Mountaintop, eighth grade.
Music: Christine Park, sixth grade; Angelica Alday, Mountaintop; Mountainotp, eighth grade.
Science: Morgan Long, sixth grade; Gabriella Kupsho, seventh grade; and Allison McGeehan, eighth grade.
Freeland American Legion Awards were presented to Dana Carrato, Allison McGeehan, Ali Aijaz, Mountaintop, and Nicholas Young.
SIGMA math contest winners were honored, with Frederick Mejia receiving top honors for sixth grade, Aaron Harman for seventh grade and Ryan Touey, Mountaintop, for eighth grade.
The following students received American Classical League National Latin Exam awards: Kyle Falatko, Samuel Sessock, Lauren Babinetz, Tara Hohn, Mountaintop; Gabriella Kupsho, Angelica Alday, Mountaintop; Joshua Kalada-Kania, Olivia Minzola, Ryan Touey, Mountaintop, Gabriella DeMelfi, Evie Allport, Joey Kress, Megan Marchetti, Allison McGeehan, Kevin Cibak, Nicholas Young, Aaron Harman, Ali Aijaz, Mountaintop; Keenan Overa, Niklas Byriel, Mountaintop; Dana Carrato, Quentin Novinger, Mountainotp; Dylan Slusser, Kisan Patel and Anirban Chowdhury.
Sixth-grade science fair winners were honored, with Morgan Long receiving first place, Brandon Ascencio receiving second place and
Open House Awards were presented in two categories to the following students:
Science: Joshua Narrow, first place, “The Mathematics of Tesseracts”; Caitlyn Kline, Mountaintop, second place, “The Abacus”; Joshua Kalada-Kania, honorable mention, “Oar mention, “The Chaos Theory.”
Humanities: Angelica Alday, Mountaintop, first place, “Tan Yau Hoong”; and Garrett Kost, second place, “Coal Mining the Anthracite Region in PA.”
Other awards were presented as Award, Alexander Sessock; Joseph Turri Library Award, Jett Chen; and the Prudential Spirit of Community Award, Lacee Gera.
All mid-school athletes received certificates honoring them for