In March Spanish students took the National Spanish Exam (NSE). The mission of the NSE is to recognize student achievement and to promote language proficiency in the study of the Spanish. This rigorous test was given to a total of 169,697 students in the Spring of 2016.
This year, Cuyahoga Heights is proud to announce that 21 of our own high school students earned awards of distinction based on their language skill ratings in vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension, and listening comprehension. Any student earning a medal is also eligible for senior scholarships, global citizen scholarships and junior travel awards.
Earning a silver medal (85th – 94th percentiles) are Matthew Blake and Mara Voytek.
Earning a bronze medal (75th – 84th percentiles) is Lauren Adamo.
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| Matthew Blake|| Mara Voytek|| Lauren Adamo|
Earning a national honorable mention (the 50th through 74th percentile) are: Darci Bundus, Katherine Davis, Tifany Garic, Jade Kapis, Bernadette Menkhaus, Emma Morrow, Caileigh Dalton, Kelly Orlowski, Julia Patterson, Meghan Bowden, Katina Tritsarolis, Nicolette Krocker, Megan Pech, Jordan Sturgill, Ada Gee, Eric Holler, Alexis Martin, and Madison Pazey.