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32 BPHS Students Recognized For Their Work On National French Exams

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Thirty-two Bethel Park High School students received recognition for their high scores on the Le Grand Concours 2018, the National French Exams, sponsored by the National Teachers of French.

      
Freshmen Marissa Wycinsky and Tobias Roule earned Gold Medals on the French II Exam.  Gold Medalists must score in the 95th percentile nationally to receive this distinction.
      
Earning Silver Medals for scoring in the 85th to 90th percentile were seniors Ryan Cook, Kayla Armstrong and Haley Radcliffe on the French V Exam; juniors Cameron Sillman and Joseph Bilski on the French IV Exam; junior Anton Yanovich on the French III Exam; and sophomore Caleb Shook and freshman Weeam Boumaza on the French II Exam.
      
Earning Bronze Medals for scoring in the 75th percentile were sophomore Jaxon Stewart on the French III Exam and freshmen Abigail Phillips and Evan Zelt on the French II Exam.
      
Earning Honorable Mentions for scoring between the 50th and 70th percentile were seniors Madison Newman and Jacob Opie on the French V Exam; senior Cameron Carroll and juniors William Martin-Farmer, Kara Wentz, Zachary Janus and Vanessa Vargo on the French IV Exam; junior Rachel Anischenko and sophomores Ruth Rubican, Lillian Zeminski, Miranda Johns, Tianna Torles, Azalynn Coblentz and Roma Eisel on the French III Exam; and sophomore Karen Cristina Juarez and freshmen Rylee Turoski, Madelyn Hoffman, Natalie Manns and Scott Orzechowski on the French II Exam.
      
The students are taught by Bethel Park High School French Teachers Tracy McCoy and Rachael Smith.