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Learn More About Neurophysiology Of Teen Stress

October 24, 2019
By Office of Communications
Please join us Wednesday, October 30, 2019 for a fascinating presentation from Heidi Weiker on the neurophysiology of teen stress. We will gather in the Sparta Room at 6 p.m. Please feel free to bring a friend.

 

Heidi Weiker, MSSA

Heidi has 30 years of experience in consulting and coaching, speaking and teaching, and curriculum design. She co-owns a contemporary training firm, Spherica LLC, through which she develops and instructs programs for Fortune 100 and 500 companies throughout North America, and academic and healthcare institutions.

Heidi’s insight comes out of her depth and breadth of experience with distinctly diverse individuals and groups – global leadership teams, at-risk youth, inner-city gangs, academic faculty, medical staff, and more. She’s grateful to have served as a direct Coach to numerous CEOs and their Executive Management Teams from various international corporations and firms. She is currently engaged in delivering plenaries, workshops and intensive programs in teen and adult stress resilience, positive-mindedness and command, mind focus, executive presence, and hi-touch connected communication.

Whether leading highly-charged interactions in the executive boardroom, working with teens in their elements, guiding team coaching sessions, or presenting at international conferences – Heidi facilitates candid, intellectual, and real-world dialogue. She has a relentless passion for inspiring others through creative and customized methods and is most recognized for her strong ability to relate with human beings of all ages and walks.

Heidi received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Miami University and her Master of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University, with a specialty in adolescent development. On the days she’s not teaching, she’s delved into scientific reading and evidence-based research, as well as writing her next books. Heidi is devoted to her faith, family and furry ones; and she loves the fine arts, photography, travel, volunteering, dance fitness, and being in nature.

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Virtual Exchange

October 17, 2019
By Office of Communications

A cultural exchange opens students’ eyes to the relevance of learning a language, sparks curiosity and creates mutual understanding. Traveling to a country where the language is spoken would be ideal but it is not always possible for all of our students. At Cheverus we have access to the extensive international network of Jesuit schools, the largest global educational network, that we can connect with virtually.

Last week, a group of students studying Spanish took time during Community Period to interact with students from Colegio San José de Villafranca de los Barros in Badajoz, Spain via video conferencing. 

This summer, Spanish teacher Laura Cholod met a teacher at this school through educatemagis.com, a website that aims to nurture a vibrant online community connecting educators from Jesuit and Ignatian schools around the world. As Jesuit schools, Cheverus and Colegio San José de Villafranca de los Barros share one mission.

Ms. Cholod and her Spanish colleague decided to integrate the heart of the four Universal Apostolic Preferences, pillars that will direct the mission of the Society of Jesus over the next 10 years, to this virtual exchange program. To break this down into three tangible goals for this coming year, the teachers decided  to follow this framework for the student communication between the two schools:

REFLECT – Who am I? Students introduce themselves through written letters that are peer-edited and uploaded to a shared “padlet” wall.

SHARE – Share about your school. Our students were asked about the parts of Cheverus life that they are most proud of and these attributes inspire them to be a “people for and with others,” what their dreams are, and what God-given talents they have been blessed with. 

DISCERN/ACT – How can students use talents and abilities to give back to the world? Students were asked to share how they can be “people for and with others” and strengthen bonds with students from Jesuit schools around the world. 

Ms. Cholod started with a geography lesson. Students first located the school on a map. Badajoz is a city in southwest Spain, close to the border with Portugal. Students then wrote letters of introduction to the students at our sister school. Last week, the students were able to 'meet' their peers via a video conference. “It was a thrilling day because we were able to see, hear, and speak with our new friends in Spain for the first time!” said Cholod. “The excitement and anticipation on both sides of the experience exceeded our expectations.”

Cholod hopes to continue the interaction with the Colegio San José de Villafranca de los Barros over the course of the school year.


 

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Three Seniors Named 2020 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

September 17, 2019
By Office of Communications

Cheverus High School is pleased to announce three seniors have been named National Merit Semifinalists. Maeve Swift, Aidan Treutel, and Madeline Williams were recognized with this honor based on their performance on the PSAT administered last spring. They now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million that will be offered next spring. Approximately 1.6 million nationwide took the PSAT last year. In its 65th year, the National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships.

The administration, faculty, and staff of Cheverus High School congratulate these three National Merit Semifinalists on their achievement. 


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Congratulations, Students! Second Semester Honor Roll, 2018-2019

July 06, 2019
By Lisa Merrill, Registrar

High Honors are awarded to those students who earn all A’s for semester grades.

Honors are awarded to those students who have attained a 3.0 average or better and do not have any grades below a C+ among their semester grades.


Grade 12

High Honors: Arianna Arguedas, Caroline Arpin, Annesley Black, Lawrence Bossong, Jennifer Christensen, Colt Dumond, Abby Enck, Gwen Freeman, Hannah Galeucia, Tholia Hallet, Mary Jerome, Richard Joyce, Meg Kelly, Caitlin McCutcheon, Madison Mitchell, Grace Morrisseau, Julia Mount, Michael Nason, Michaela Philbrook, Julia Pilk, Ruby Tran, Mary Wallace, Emma White, Andrew Young.

Honors: Donato Apon, Alex Baur, Briley Bell, Isabella Booth, Ryan Breece, Emily Bridge, Audrey Byrne, Alex Caron, Anna Caron, Caleb Carter, Patsy Ciampi, Patrick Corcoran, Madison Courtois, Andrew DeGeorge, Nolan Doherty, Matt Duchaine, MaryKate Earley, Ryan Flaherty, Madison Geiger, Thomas Gordon, Marcel Haley-Read, Evelyn Hanley, Cam Harris, Haylee Hinkle, Sam Holbrook, Katherine Johnson, Dennis Kalloor, Tanner Laflamme, Nathaniel Lapoint, Nina Le, Michael Manetti, Maeve McGarrity, Finn McLain, Connor Morrison, Jack Mullen, Grace Parello, Vipul Periwal, Sophia Pompeo, Mia Pothier, Anna Sawicki, Cam Schulz, Nathan Scott, Aidan Thomas, Rosie Train, Phineas Underwood, Jacki Vallee, Sam White, Emily Zografos, Nora Zou.


Grade 11

High Honors: Harrison Bell , Chase Cameron, Chris Cimino, Sarah Cummings, Nick Galeucia, Nick Galli, Dan Haskell, Ethan Hunt, Nathan Jacobs, Lauren Jordan, Michael Luna, Miki Morin, Will Mullen, Julia Ryan, Maeve Swift, Maddie Williams.

Honors:  Joe Baur, Samantha Belaire, Emily Broome, Haley Caron, Caty DuDevoir, Emily Elowitch, Grace Elwell, Brendan Fedrizzi, Ally Fernandez, Aisling Flaherty, Emma Gallant, Ethan Goodman, Keegan Haley, Alex Hammond, Ethan Hammond, Quinton Hastings, Anna Humphrey, Emily Huntington, Cole Hussey, Will Keith, Caitlin Kennedy-Jensen, Angeline Le, Emma Levesque, Erin Libby, William Ly, Joseph Macaluso, Kristina Matkevich, Tyson Matthews, Myles Moore, Daniella Niedermeyer, Keagan Rice, Collin Rodrigue, Nathan Rogers, Lydia Rue, Matt Sarapas, Jake Sargent, Matthew Scanlon, Grace Shimansky, Caroline Taylor, Jack Tracy, Aidan Treutel, Jackson Wilson.


Grade 10

High Honors: Victoria Bossong, Neve Cawley, Nate Cook, Ellen Han, Claire Hanley, Will Herman, John Hight, Miryam Keller, Mia Kratzer, MaryBeth Leavitt, Sophie Shuele, Nate Smith, Tellie Stamaris.

Honors: Rustam Ahmadov, Liam Allen, Austin Bergeron, Shawnee Berke, Nicholas Bither, Helena Bolduc, Jenna Booth, Fischer Bourassa, Caleb Cholod, Ella Cimino, Ethan Corcoran, Declan Danzig, Ella Davie, Liam Doherty, Joshua Dualan, Madisyn Durgin, Liz Earley, Maggie Earley, Connor Feeney, Grace Foster, Nick Giancotti, Logan Granger, John Gray, Julia Harnum, Mike Hartmann, Jackson Header, Nick Hutton, Jakub Jastrzebski, Silas Jones, Evangelo Kapothanasis, Brooke Keenan, Greyden Lindstedt, Donald Mahoney, Teddy Michaud, Colin Micucci, Dylan Morrison, Grace O'Mara, Callaghan Oliver, Marie-Claire Owens, Anthony Pacitti, Lily Pathwick-Paszyc, Brim Peabody, Luciana Pirone, Lucia Pompeo, Ava Rausch, Elizabeth Rogers, Joseph St. John, Mackenzie Turner, Elizabeth Wales, Colby White, Danielle Whyte, Isabella Zografos.


Grade 9

High Honors: Matthew Bellantoni, Cosima Curran, Sarah Earley, Kelly Gleysteen, Ainsley Gray, Wyatt Header, Samantha Heinzman, Jack Herman, Mandy Ho, Hayley Jordan, Julia Kratzer, Jackson Krieger, Clare MacDonald, Lydia Niedermeyer, Cassie Novak, Patrick O'Brien, Riley O'Mara, Stacy Taylor, Sophia Theese, Richard Tremble, Emma Tweed, Anna Vozzelli.

Honors: Zoe Baker, Brett Bogosian, Emily Bontatibus, Bau Bui, Kevin Connolly, Paige Cutler, Kiera Delahanty, Wyatt England, Aidan Fedrizzi, Marshall Fowler, Andrew Griffiths, Connor Haskell, Delilah Hastings, Matt Hatch, Brady Hoglund, Camden Hom, Abby Jennings, Maiya Koloski, Arina Matkevich, Frank Monahan-Morang, Michael Moseley, Mary Kate Murphy, Ali Nashawaty, Nico Nason, Agnes Norman, Bryce Ruan, Emmet Schuele, Norah Slattery, Braden Smith, Lily Smith, Sage Soucy, Odan Strock, Grace Turner, Marin Whitaker, Leska Whitmarsh, Jack Williams.

 

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Lawrence A. Bossong '19 Named Valedictorian of the Cheverus High School Class of 2019

June 03, 2019
By Office of Communications

Lawrence A. Bossong '19  has been named valedictorian of Cheverus High School’s Class of 2019 and will deliver an address at graduation today, Monday,  June 3, 2019.

While at Cheverus, Bossong was a four-year member of the Key Club and served as vice president his junior year and president his senior year.  As a member of the math team, he led the math team to two state championships in addition to earning a certificate for Superior Achievement in the New England Math League Contest and qualifying for the National Math Meet.  Bossong was co-president of the Spanish Club his junior and senior years. A member of the outdoor track team, he was named Runner of the Year his junior year for his contribution to distance events. He was a member of the state championship swimming & diving team all four years. A member of the National Honor Society, Bossong was recognized with the Yale Book Award, Phi Beta Kappa Academic Achievement Award, Undergraduate of the Year Award, Marine Corps League Good Citizenship Award, International Service Award,  Governor’s Volunteer Award, and President’s Volunteer Gold Service Award. He was a commended National Merit Scholar as well as a semifinalist for the Coolidge Scholarship. Outside of school, Bossong is an accomplished pianist, violinist, singer-songwriter, and a member of the Portland Youth Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he is a lector and eucharistic minister at Our Lady of Hope Parish and earned the rank of Eagle Scout.

Bossong is the son of Dr. Catalina Atienza and Dr. Lawrence Bossong of Cumberland Foreside.  He will attend Princeton University.


 

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Caroline Arpin ’19 and Richard Joyce ’19 Named Outstanding Seniors

June 03, 2019
By Office of Communications

Caroline Arpin ’19 and Richard Joyce ’19 have been named Outstanding Seniors from the Cheverus High School Class of 2019 and will deliver addresses at graduation today, Monday,  June 3, 2019. The Outstanding Senior and All-Around Student Award, selected by the students, faculty, and staff,  is given to the graduating senior who best exemplifies the spirit and ideals of a Cheverus student.

 

While at Cheverus, Caroline Arpin was a member of the Key Club and the National Honor Society, served as a Kairos retreat leader and was chosen as the Cheverus Centennial Gala student speaker. Arpin was recognized with the LeMoyne College Book Award and the Rensselaer Medal, was named a Burger King Scholar, and was awarded the Southwestern Maine Swim Officials Scholarship and the AXA Achievement Scholarship.  Arpin was a four-year member of the swimming and diving team, earning the MVP award her freshman, junior, and senior years. She was named to the SMAA Swimming All-Star Team and served as captain her senior year. Outside of school, she has been an active volunteer in local elementary schools.

Arpin is the daughter of Matthew and the late Michelle Arpin of Scarborough. She will attend Loyola University Maryland.

While at Cheverus, Richard Joyce was a member of the Spanish Club, Homefront Club, and Key Club, served as a retreat leader and eucharistic minister, and was a member of the President’s Action Committee. Joyce was recognized with the Boston College Book Award, was named a Burger King Scholar, and was awarded the 2019 Amairault Scholarship.  Joyce was a four-year member of the basketball team, received the Captain’s Award and served as captain his senior year. Joyce was a three-year member of the golf team and served as captain and received the Stag award his senior year. He was named to the SMAA All-Academic Team for the fall sports season. Joyce served as senior class president and was recognized as a Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram 2019 “10 Grads to Watch.” Outside of school, he has been an active volunteer at STRIVE, an organization that assists people with emotional and intellectual disabilities to live with dignity and respect as active members of our community.

Joyce is the son of Richard and Julie Joyce of Portland. He will attend Boston College Carroll School of Business.


 

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Caitlin McCutcheon Named Salutatorian of the Cheverus High School Class of 2019

June 03, 2019
By Office of Communications

 

 

Caitlin A. McCutcheon ‘19  has been named salutatorian of Cheverus High School’s Class of 2019. McCutcheon delivered an address at the Baccalaureate Luncheon on Sunday,  June 2, 2019.

While at Cheverus, McCutcheon was member of the Key Club and French Club and attended the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice her junior year. McCutcheon was a member of ultimate-frisbee, volleyball, and tennis teams. Outside of school, she is an active volunteer at Maine Medical Center.

McCutcheon is the daughter of Daniel and Kerry McCutcheon of Gorham. She will attend the College of the Holy Cross and plans to study biology


 

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Chilean exchange Marks 18th year

April 09, 2019
By Office of Communications

On Saturday, April 6, the Chilean Exchange community said goodbye to this year’s exchange students, hosted by Grace Shimansky, Rustam Ahmadov, and Lily Paszyc from Cheverus and numerous other families from other high schools in Portland area.  The exchange is with a Jesuit school in Santiago, Chile, called Colegios Padre Hurtado y Juanita de los Andes (CPH-CJA), one of more than 800 schools that are part of the Jesuit global network, connected by a shared mission.

This exchange started in 2000 between Spanish teachers at Cheverus and English teachers at CPH-CJA in Santiago. Initially it was only Cheverus families opening their homes to Chilean students.  After 18 years, this exchange of goodwill has grown to include Waynflete, Casco Bay, Portland, Freeport, and Greely High Schools. This exchange embodies the Jesuit intention of “people for and with others” as we build understanding among schools, cultures, and nations in the Americas.

Three students from CPH-CJA attended classes at Cheverus and became part of our community. Students Nicolas, Josefa, and Emilia, joined by their teachers Francisco and Marcela, learned more about American culture and the Portland area over the course of the month they were at Cheverus. Emilia’s brother came to Cheverus on exchange almost ten years ago, so she had some idea about what to expect. All three students enjoyed their time at Cheverus and especially liked the school schedule that allows students to change classrooms during the day, something that does not generally happen in Chilean schools. The students, along with their host students, served together at Preble Street preparing meals and attended the sophomore retreat, which included rock climbing.

After a bilingual presentation to all World Language classes last week, the Chilean students encouraged students to consider participating in the exchange and attending school in Chile. Josefa noted that because both schools are Jesuit schools, “we share common values.” The exchange program is a tangible component of the global Jesuit network.  

Special thanks to the Cheverus host families and to Ms. Quinn for coordinating the exchange. Anyone interested in learning more about the Chilean exchange is encouraged to reach out to Ms. Quinn, Chair, World Languages department.

Teachers from CPH-CJA, Francisco and Marcela. 

 

 

Host families and Chilean exchange students. 

 

All students from CPH-CJA who came to Cheverus and other area schools for the month-long exchange. 

 

 

 

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Congratulations Students! Honor Roll for Semester 1

February 09, 2019
By Cicy Po

Congratulations to our honor roll students. We commend you for your hard work and encourage you to continue to endeavor in your scholastic efforts. We'd like to recognize the following students for their academic achievement in semester 1.


High Honors are awarded to those students who earn all A’s for semester grades.

Honors are awarded to those students who have attained a 3.0 average or better and do not have any grades below a C+ among their semester grades.


Grade 12


High Honors: Arianna Arguedas, Caroline Arpin, Alex Baur, Annesley Black, Lawrence Bossong, Jennifer Christensen, Matt Duchaine, Haylee Hinkle, Mary Jerome, Richard Joyce, Dennis Kalloor, Meg Kelly, Caitlin McCutcheon, Madison Mitchell, Grace Morrisseau, Julia Mount, Michael Nason, Vipul Periwal, Julia Pilk, Emma White, Andrew Young.

Honors: Colby Anton, Briley Bell, Bella Booth, Ryan Breece, Emily Bridge, Justin Carroll, Caleb Carter, Patsy Ciampi, Patrick Corcoran, Madi Courtois, Drew DeGeorge, Nolan Doherty, Colt Dumond, MK Earley, Abby Enck, Gwen Freeman, Hannah Galeucia, Maddie Geiger, Tommy Gordon, Marcel Haley-Read, Tholia Hallett, Evelyn Hanley, Cam Harris, Sam Holbrook, Katherine Johnson, Margaret Keating, Tanner Laflamme, Nathaniel Lapoint, Nina Le, Michael Manetti, Maeve McGarrity, Finn McLain, George Mitchell, Connor Morrison, Jack Mullen, Grace Parello, Michaela Philbrook, Eliot Pomerleau, Andrew Salow, Anna Sawicki, Cam Schulz, Nathan Scott, Aidan Thomas, Rosie Train, Ruby Tran, Phineas Underwood, Jackie Vallee, Mary Wallace, Yu Wang, Sam White, Will Zidle, Emily Zografos, Nora Zou.

Grade 11


High Honors: Harrison Bell, Chase Cameron, Nick Galeucia, Nick Galli, Dan Haskell, Nathan Jacobs, Michael Luna, Ty Matthews, Miki Morin, Will Mullen, Julia Ryan, Maeve Swift, Maddie Williams.

Honors: Samantha Belaire, Emily Broome, Gavin Callahan, Haley Caron, Jack Chaput, Chris Cimino, Sarah Cummings, Griff Donovan, Caty DuDevoir, Emily Elowitch, Grace Elwell, Brendan Fedrizzi, Ally Fernandez, Emma Gallant, Ethan Goodman, Liuming Guo, Keegan Haley, Alex Hammond, Ethan Hammond, Quinton Hastings, Max Hillgraf, Anna Humphrey, Ethan Hunt, Emily Huntington, Lauren Jordan, Will Keith, Caitlin Kennedy-Jensen, Angeline Le, Emma Levesque, Billy Ly, Joe Macaluso, Kristina Matkevich, Myles Moore, Dani Niedermeyer, Quinn Olore, David Reilly, Keagan Rice, Lydia Rue, Matt Sarapas, Jake Sargent, Matthew Scanlon, Graci Shimansky, Caroline Taylor, Grace Tourville, Jack Tracy, Aidan Treutel.

Grade 10


High Honors: Austin Bergeron, Victoria Bossong, Neve Cawley, Ella Davie, Nick Giancotti, Claire Hanley, Julia Harnum, Will Herman, John Hight, Miryam Keller, Mia Kratzer, MB Leavitt, Colin Micucci, Brim Peabody, Sophie Schuele, Tellie Stamaris, Colby White, Bella Zografos

Honors: Shawnee Berke, Nicholas Bither, Helena Bolduc, Jenna Booth, Fischer Bourassa, Caleb Cholod, Ella Cimino, Sam Clark, Nate Cook, Ethan Corcoran, Declan Danzig, Joshua Dualan, Madisyn Durgin, Maggie Earley, Grace Foster, Logan Granger, Ellen Han Han, Mike Hartmann, Jackson Header, Nick Hutton, Jakub Jastrzebski, Silas Jones, Brooke Keenan, Teddy Michaud, Dylan Morrison, Grace O'Mara, Callaghan Oliver, MC Owens, Anthony Pacitti, Lucy Pirone, Ava Rausch, Liza Rogers, Nate Smith, Joseph St. John, Shane Tanguay, Mackenzie Turner, Elizabeth Wales, Dani Whyte, AZ Zerillo.

Grade 9


High Honors: Matthew Bellantoni, Cosima Curran, Paige Cutler, Sarah Earley, Kelly Gleysteen, Ainsley Gray, Wyatt Header, Samantha Heinzman, Jack Herman, Julia Kratzer, Jackson Krieger, Clare MacDonald, Frank Monahan-Morang, Michael Moseley, Lydia Niedermeyer, Cassie Novak, Patrick O'Brien, Sophia Thees, Emma Tweed, Anna Vozzelli.

Honors: Zoe Baker, Brett Bogosian, Emily Bontatibus, Bao Bui, Kevin Connolly, Avery Crepeau, Kiera Delahanty, Aidan Fedrizzi, Liam Fedrizzi, Marshall Fowler, Andrew Griffiths, Orion Guibord, Connor Michael Haskell, Delilah Hastings, Mandy Ho, Brady Hoglund, Camden Hom, Abby Jennings, Hayley Jordan, Maiya Koloski, Arina Matkevich, Sam Merrill, Mary Kate Murphy, Ali Nashawaty, Agnes Norman, Riley O'Mara, Jamal Osei, Toby Picher, Bryce Ruan, Emmet Schuele, Lillie Singleton, Norah Slattery, Lily Smith, Braden Smith, Sage Soucy, Odan Strock, Stacy Taylor, Richard Tremble, Grace Turner, Marin Whitaker, Jack Williams.

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Do You Want to Improve Your Test-Taking Skills?

November 11, 2018
By Victoria Caron

Cheverus will offer a two-part workshop -- Taking Tests with Confidence -- during Community Periods on Wednesday, November 28, and Wednesday, December 5.

Our presenter, Eric Johnson, M.S., has been a test prep tutor for more than 18 years and had a private counseling practice working with teens and adults. He worked for a national test preparation company for three years before founding his own business. Eric is more than a test prep coach: he understands the psychology of test-taking and knows how to help people with very different learning styles. He knows how to help students overcome test anxiety and other challenges that can act as roadblocks to success.

Space is limited and priority is given to students in grades 9-11. If you are interested in attending, click here to submit this form no later than Wed., Nov. 14.  You be notified of your workshop enrollment by Friday, Nov. 16.

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NHS Applications are Due October 31

September 24, 2018
By Ms. Van Wyck

The application process for membership to the National Honor Society is now open to Juniors and Seniors who meet the criteria as stipulated in the application.  Students should check their Cheverus email for details about the NHS qualifications and the code to join the Google classroom for the application. All application materials are due by October 31. Please contact Ms. Van Wyck with any questions.

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Congratulations, Students: Honor Roll for Semester 2

June 28, 2018
By Cicy Po

Congratulations to our honor roll students. We commend you for your hard work and encourage you to continue to endeavor in your scholastic efforts. We'd like to recognize the following students for their academic achievement in semester 1.


High Honors are awarded to those students who earn all A’s for semester grades.

Honors are awarded to those students who have attained a 3.0 average or better and do not have any grades below a C+ among their semester grades.


Grade 12

High Honors:  Olivia Adams, Colby Benway, Robert Bossong, Zach Broome, Finn Cawley, Perrin Conant, Brian Conti, Colin Dong, Tobias Ephron, Connor Galardo, Sean Greatorex, Eva Griffiths, Kathryn Griffiths, Rachael Haskell, Kat Kane, Anna Olore, Sean Scanlon, Will Shibles, Griffin Watson, Zoe Yin, Siena Zerillo, Mike Zhang.

Honors: Ben Adams, David Amoroso, Rose Christine Anastacio, Molly Arey, Anthony Balko, Ben Bellantoni, Delphi Bourassa, Katie Boynton, Elliana Budri, Abby Cavallaro, Luc Dionne, Molly Flaherty, Caroline Ford, Patrick Griffin, Teagan Guenther, Jason Halvorsen, Caitrin Hand, Jake Harrison, Michael Hatch, Libby Hodgkins, Jackson Humphrey, Jackson Jiang, Ethan Johnson, Mackenzie Johnston, Michaela Jordan, Adrianna Knight, Sophia Kruse, Tucker Landry, Brian Le, Sam Lewis, Hansen Li, Gary Liu, Binyu Long, Paul Lussier, Kevin Ly, Jesse Matthews, Taylor McDermott, Kathleen Meserve, Celia Migliaccio, Taylor Morrisseau, Alexis Pathwick-Paszyc, Emme Poulin, Anna Sanders, Isabella Santoro, Kate Sessler, Anna Smith, Michaela Ta, Sara Taylor, Ashley Turner.

Grade 11

High Honors: Arianna Arguedas, Caroline Arpin, Alex Baur, Annesley Black, Lawrence Bossong, Nolan Doherty, Colt Dumond, Hannah Galeucia, Mary Jerome, Richard Joyce, Dennis Kalloor, Meg Kelly, Tanner Laflamme, Caitlin McCutcheon, Sydney Michelson, Madison Mitchell, Grace Morrisseau, Julia Mount, Michael Nason, Vipul Periwal, Julia Pilk, Aidan Thomas, Emma White, Andrew Young.

Honors: Briley Bell, Bella Booth, Ryan Breece, Alex Brewer, Emily Bridge, Anna Caron, Caleb Carter, Jennifer Christensen, Patsy Ciampi, Patrick Corcoran, Drew DeGeorge, Matt Duchaine, Mary-Katte Earley, Abby Enck, Ryan Flaherty, Gwen Freeman, Maddie Geiger, Tommy Gordon, Marcel Haley-Read, Tholia Hallett, Evelyn Hanley, Cam Harris, Haylee Hinkle, Sam Holbrook, Nathaniel Lapoint, Nina Le, Michael Manetti, Maeve McGarrity, Finn McLain, Connor Morrison, Jack Mullen, Hayden O'Donnell, Michaela Philbrook, Eliot Pomerleau, Sophia Pompeo, Mia Pothier, Nathan Scott, Rosie Train, Phineas Underwood, Jackie Vallee, Abby Vaughan, Mary Wallace, Will Zidle, Nora Zou.

Grade 10

High Honors: Chase Cameron, Sarah Cummings, Nick Galeucia, Dan Haskell, Ethan Hunt, Nathan Jacobs, Lauren Jordan, Caitlin Kennedy-Jensen, Ty Matthews, Will Mullen, Julia Ryan, Jack Tracy, Maddie Williams.

Honors: Joe Baur, Samantha Belaire, Harrison Bell, Emily Broome, Gavin Callahan, Haley Caron, Jack Chaput, Chris Cimino, Griff Donovan, Caty DuDevoir, Emma Dyer, Grace Elwell, Brendan Fedrizzi, Aisling Flaherty, Emma Gallant, Nick Galli, Liuming Guo, Keegan Haley, Alex Hammond, Quinton Hastings, Max Hillgraf, Anna Humphrey, Luke Knowles, Emma Levesque, Jay Levine, Michael Luna, Billy Ly, Joe Macaluso, Kristina Matkevich, Myles Moore, Miki Morin, Dani Niedermeyer, Matt Sarapas, Matthew Scanlon, Graci Shimansky, Maeve Swift, Caroline Taylor, Aidan Treutel, Jackson Wilson, Jack Woodleigh.

Grade 9

High Honors: Austin Bergeron, Victoria Bossong, Neve Cawley, Ella Davie, Jackson Header, Will Herman, John Hight, Mia Kratzer, Brim Peabody, Sophie Schuele, Tellie Stamaris, Dani Whyte.

Honors: Rustam Ahmadov, Shawnee Berke, Nicholas Bither, Helena Bolduc, Fischer Bourassa, Kurt Bower, Caleb Cholod, Ella Cimino, Nate Cook, Ethan Corcoran, Declan Danzig, Paige DeGeorge, Liam Doherty, Madisyn Durgin, Liz Earley, Maggie Earley, Gio Fornaro, Grace Foster, Nick Giancotti, Claire Hanley, Mike Hartmann, Chris Hoffman, Nick Hutton, Evangelo Kapothanasis, Brooke Keenan, Miryam Keller, Emma Langevin, MB Leavitt, Donald Mahoney, Teddy Michaud, Colin Micucci, Dylan Morrison, Grace O'Mara, Callaghan Oliver, MC Owens, Anthony Pacitti, Lucy Pirone, Matthew Pollini, Ava Rausch, Nolan Sanborn, Joseph St. John, Mackenzie Turner, Colby White, Bella Zografos.

 

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Get Ahead with Summer Courses -- Register Online

April 08, 2018
By Jane Glass

 

Loyola Scholars offers summer programs for enrichment, immersion experiences, and classes for academic credit for incoming and current Cheverus students.

Click here to register.


Summer Classes

 

Introduction to Coding **

July 2-13*, M-F, 8:00-11:00 a.m.,  ½ credit, Grades 9-12 -- $300

Learn the basics of how computer programs work -- even if you’ve never done any programming before! Students in this hands-on course will use online coding tools like MIT’s Scratch to learn programming concepts in an interactive environment. Students will learn the fundamentals of computer science via Python programming language, including variables, user input, control structures, functions with parameters and return values, and basic graphics. Students explore sample programs, solve problems, and complete challenging projects. 

Pottery **

July 2-13*, M-F, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,  ½ credit, Grades 9-12 -- $300 plus $50 lab fee

Exploring functional and sculptural aspects of ceramics, students will work with mid-fire range clay bodies using primarily hand building techniques with an introduction to wheel throwing. Hand building skills include pinch, coil and slab pot making. Students will be exposed to elementary wheel throwing techniques such centering, throwing, trimming. Dip glazing and various subtractive decorative surface techniques for finishing work will end the session. There is an additional art lab fee of $50.

Writing the College Application Essay

August 13-16, M-Th, Rising Seniors (Class of 2019) -- $200
Session 1: 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. (limit 12 students)
Session 2: 12:30-2:30 p.m. (limit 12 students)

This four-day course allows rising seniors the opportunity to take the time to formulate and reflect upon one of the most significant pieces of writing they will produce as a high school student. What better time to formulate an essay without the pressure of an early action or early decision deadline looming. Your transcript and resume provide college admissions officers with all of your stats -- GPA, classes, clubs, awards, etc. -- but how do they find out about you? This workshop will assist you in writing an essay which reflects your own unique story.  We'll work on mechanics (grammar, sentence structure, proofreading!) but focus on the content of what you have to say.  Write an essay that makes a lasting impression -- of you!

Click here to register.
 

* no class on July 4
** Qualifies for Academic Credit at Cheverus


Summer Enrichment for Class of 2022

July 16-27, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-noon,  incoming 9th graders -- $300

High School Preparation

Cheverus’ Summer Enrichment Program provides students with a feel for the demanding expectations of a college preparatory school like Cheverus. All the faculty members of the enrichment program are teachers at Cheverus High School during the academic year. This program is geared to give a two-week orientation of what is to be expected of our incoming freshmen with the core classes of Reading, Writing, and Math. Cheverus teachers will focus on executive function, study skills and academic foundation skills that will allow you to hit the ground running on day one! In math, you will be prepared for your enrollment in Geometry or Algebra. In English, you will focus on developing writing skills and reading for content.

Summer Enrichment Highlights

Daily Academic Classes:

  • Critical Reading with Mr.  Dalvet (English Department at Cheverus)
  • Writing with Ms. Mahar (English Department at Cheverus)
  • Mathematics with Ms. Little (Math Department at Cheverus)
  • Organizational Skills and Cheverus 101 with Mr. Peralta (Theology Department at Cheverus)

Attendance

Students participating in the summer enrichment program must attend both weeks of the two-week session. Loyola Scholars are expected to be on time for an assembly every day at 7:45 a.m. each morning that the program is in session. The regular dismissal happens at 12:00 p.m.

Questions?

Contact:
Jose Peralta -- peralta@cheverus.org
Kathy Little --  little@cheverus.org, or,
Cheverus Main Office at 207-774-6238

Click here to register.
 

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Congratulations, Students: Honor Roll for Semester 1

February 04, 2018
By Cicy Po

Congratulations to our honor roll students. We commend you for your hard work and encourage you to continue to endeavor in your scholastic efforts. We'd like to recognize the following students for their academic achievement in semester 1.


High Honors are awarded to those students who earn all A’s for semester grades.

Honors are awarded to those students who have attained a 3.0 average or better and do not have any grades below a C+ among their semester grades.


GRADE 9

High Honors:  Victoria Bossong, Neve Cawley, Ella Cimino, Ella Davie, Margaret Earley, William Herman, Miryam Keller, Mari-beth Leavitt, Nolan Sanborn, Sophie Schuele, and Tellie Stamaris.

Honors: 

Austin Bergeron, Shawnee Berke, Nicholas Bither, Helena Bolduc, Jennavieve Booth, Fischer Bourassa, Caleb Cholod, Nathan Cook, Ethan Corcoran, Liam Doherty, Madisyn Durgin, Elizabeth Earley, Giovanni Fornaro, Nicolas Giancotti, Claire Hanley, Michael Hartmann, Jackson Header, John Hight, Christopher Hoffman, Nicholas Hutton, Evangelo Kapothanasis, Brooke Keenan, Donald Mahoney, Colin Micucci, Dylan Morrison, Callaghan Oliver,Grace O'Mara, Marie-Claire Owens, Anthony Pacitti, Brimwin Peabody, Luciana Pirone, Matthew Pollini, Ava Rausch, Mackenzie Turner, Colby White, Danielle Whyte, and Isabella Zografos.

GRADE 10

High Honors: Harrison Bell, Sarah Cummings, Nicholas Galeucia, Emma Gallant, Daniel Haskell, Quinton Hastings, Ethan Hunt, Nathan Jacobs, Lauren Jordan, Tyson Matthews, WilliamMullen, Julia Ryan, Matthew Scanlon, Maeve Swift, Jack Tracy, and Madeline Williams.

Honors: Joseph Baur, Samantha Belaire, Emily Broome, Gavin Callahan, Chase Cameron, Christopher Cimino, Elizabeth DuDevoir, Emma Dyer, Grace Elwell, Aisling Flaherty, Nicholas Galli, Ethan Goodman, William Gordon, Keegan Haley, Alexandra Hammond, Ethan Hammond, Maximilian Hillgraf , Benjamin Hoyt, Anna Humphrey, Luke Knowles, Emma Levesque, Jamison Levine, Erin Libby, Michael Luna, William Ly, Joseph Macaluso, Kristina Matkevich, Myles Moore, Mikiya Morin, Daniella Niedermeyer, Quinn Olore, Collin Rodrigue, Matthew Sarapas , Michael Scannell, Grace Shimansky, Caroline Taylor, Aidan Treutel, Jackson Wilson, and Jackson Woodleigh.

GRADE 11

High Honors:  Caroline Arpin, Alexander Baur, Annesley Black, Lawrence Bossong, Jennifer Christensen, Colten Dumond, Evelyn Hanley, Mary Jerome, Richard Joyce, Dennis Kalloor, Tanner Laflamme, Caitlin McCutcheon, Maeve McGarrity, Sydney Michelson, Madison Mitchell, Grace Morrisseau, Julia Mount, Michael Nason, Vipul Periwal, Aidan Thomas, Emma White, and Andrew Young.

Honors:  Arianna Arguedas, Briley Bell, Isabella Booth, Ryan Breece, Alexander Brewer, Emily Bridge, Alexander Caron, Anna Caron, Caleb Carter, Patricia Ciampi, Patrick Corcoran, Andrew DeGeorge, Nolan Doherty, Matthew Duchaine, Mary-Kate Earley, Abby Enck, Ryan Flaherty, Gwendolyn Freeman, Hannah Galeucia, Madison Geiger, Marcel Haley-Read, Tholia Hallett, Cameron Harris, Haylee Hinkle, Samuel Holbrook, Margaret Keating, Margaret Kelly, Joseph LaBrecque, Nathaniel Lapoint, Nina Le, Michael Manetti, Zoe Mazur, Findley McLain, George Mitchell, Connor Morrison, James Mullen, Grace Parello, Michaela Philbrook, Julia Pilk, Eliot Pomerleau, Sophia Pompeo, Mia Pothier, Justin Ray, Nathan Scott, Ngoc Tran, Phineas Underwood, Jacqueline Vallee, Abigail Vaughan, Samuel White, Emily Zografos, and Yihang Zou.

GRADE 12

High Honors: Evan Bergeron, Robert Bossong, Zachary Broome, Elliana Budri, Michael Cawley, Perrin Conant, Zhelin Dong, Connor Galardo, Sean Greatorex, Kathryn Griffiths, Rachael Haskell, Mackenzie Johnston, Zhifu Liu, Binyu Long, Anna Olore, Alexis Pathwick-Paszyc, Isabella Santoro, Sean Scanlon, Griffin Watson, Siming Yin, and Mengyuan Zhang.

Honors: Benjamin Adams, Olivia Adams ,David Amoroso, Rose Christine Anastacio, Molly Arey, Anthony Balko, Benjamin Bellantoni, Colby Benway, Delphi Bourassa, Katie Boynton, Megan Caruso, Abby Cavallaro, Brian Conti, Tobias Ephron, Molly Flaherty, Caroline Ford, Patrick Griffin, Eva Griffiths, Teagan Guenther, Jason Halvorsen, Caitrin Hand, Jacob Harrison, Michael Hatch, Elizabeth Hodgkins, Jackson Humphrey, Zhengxuan Jiang, Michaela Jordan, Kathryn Kane, Sophia Kruse, Tucker Landry, Brian Le, Mallory Leighton, Samantha Lewis, Kevin Ly, Kathleen Meserve, Celia Migliaccio, Karen Nielsen, Julia Pomerleau, Emme Poulin, Anna Sanders, Katherine Sessler, Will Shibles, Anna Smith, Katherine Sprague, Michaela Ta, Sara Taylor, and Siena Zerillo.

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