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  • 06/05/17Congratulations to our Students of the 4th Quarter

    Marcellina Taranto

    Marcellina Taranto  has been selected as the Arlington Catholic High School Senior Student of the Quarter.  

    Marcellina has consistently proven to be a remarkable student who has many interests and talents. Marcellina has two younger siblings, Isabella (17), and Gaetano (15).  Marcellina’s favorite subject is Religions of the World because she gets to learn about many other religions and opens her mind to how they operate and what they believe in, and how it differs and compares to her own.  Marcellina has ran three years on the indoor/outdoor CCL winning track team where she has won the coaches award, and has come in 2nd in the CCL’s spring track long jump. Her other interests are arts and crafts and hands on projects and she is also in a tournament bowling league.  When asked what she likes best about AC and the school community, Marcellina says “it’s such a close knit community, everyone cares for everyone and for the well being of each other.”   Her best memory she says “was Junior Prom.  It was a great night just to hang out with friends without a care and a have a fun time.”

    When asked of her future plans, Marcellina said she plans on  attending Mass Bay Community College for two years for Business then go to beauty school and hopefully later on own her own business.

    We congratulate Marcellina and wish her continued success!

     


    Jillian has consistently proven to be a remarkable student who has many interests and talents.  Jillian has a younger brother, John, (15) who is our Freshman Student of the Quarter! Jillian is a legacy student, as her mom Susan Kennedy Casey graduated in 1986 as did her uncle Billy Kennedy in 1987. Jillian’s favorite subject is math because she enjoys solving math problems.  Inside of school Jillian is an honor roll student, cheerleader for football and basketball where she has won a spirit award, is on student council, and a member of the National Honor Society and yearbook committee.  Outside of school Jillian is a talented Preliminary Champion Irish Step Dancer for the Goulding School of Irish Dance and she also likes to sail. 
    When asked what she likes best about AC she says “because I am quiet, I enjoy the opportunities I have been given here as a leader.” Jillian’s best memory at AC is cheering at the basketball and football games, especially on the TD Garden Floor.

    We congratulate Jillian and wish her continued success!

     

     


    Sophie has consistently proven to be a remarkable student who has many interests and talents.  Sophie has an older brother, Joe (19).  Sophie’s favorite subject is English because she is a huge fan of literature and she loves to read.  Sophie also loves the creative aspect of the class through writing.  Sophie is a member of the Arlington Catholic Drama Club (AC/DC) and played Annie in the AC/DC musical Annie.   Sophie is the winner of the 2nd Annual Sophomore Poetry slam.
    When asked what she likes best about AC and the school community her response was “The thing I like best about the AC community is how accepting everyone is.  Everyone and their interests are accepted with open arms, and everyone goes out of their way to make sure you are comfortable and welcomed.”  Her best memory so far was her first day entering the drama club.  “I knew I wanted to be a part of the club, since I have been doing theater since I was little, but I was nervous to enter a group of kids I didn’t know.  On that first day, everyone was so welcoming and supportive and made me fall in love with the Arlington Catholic Community.”


    We congratulate Sophie and wish her continued success!

     

     


    John, has consistently proven to be a remarkable student who has many interests and talents.  John has one older sibling, Jillian, (16) who is our Junior Student of the Quarter! John is a legacy student, his mom Susan Kennedy Casey graduated in 1986.  His uncle Billy Kennedy (’87) also is an AC graduate.  John’s favorite subject is History because he finds the class to be very interesting.  John is involved in soccer, track, golf and knee boarding.  John is making a name for himself on the soccer field, he was the captain of the JV soccer Team and was pulled up to play varsity.    
    When asked what he likes best about AC and the school community he replied “I like hanging out with all of my new friends that I have made here at AC.”    John’s best memory at AC so far was the Freshman/Sophomore Semi.


    We congratulate John and wish him continued success!