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  • 06/04/18Students of the 4th Quarter

    Selected as the freshman Student of the Quarter, Paige has consistently proven to be an outstanding student who has many interests and talents.  Paige’s favorite subjects in school are English and History because “reading and writing is something that I always found to be enjoyable and I enjoy being able to learn about the past events that have occurred.  History is a combination of everything I love to do in school.”  At AC, Paige played volleyball as well as cheerleading.  She also was in SADD and the Homework Club.  What Paige likes best about AC and the school community is “I love how the AC community is so welcoming.  No matter what you need someone is always willing to help.  Everybody is so kind and always there for me.”    When asked what her best memory at AC was, Paige replied “by far, the best memories would have to be Homecoming and the Spring Fling." 

     

     


    Selected as the sophomore Student of the Quarter, Sage has consistently proven to be a remarkable student who has many interests and talents.  Sage’s favorite subjects in school are Spanish and Math.  Sage enjoys learning new languages and likes math because “it’s interesting to see how it can be applied to find out more about how the real world works.”  Sage plays varsity tennis, is on the Math Team and in the Homework Club.  
    When asked what she likes best about AC and the school community, Sage replied “I like that there are actually quite a few interesting opportunities for classes and clubs.  Everyone is also really welcoming and willing to help when you have questions.”  Sage's best memory at AC was being a member of AC’s Tennis Team.  

     

     

     


    Selected as the junior Student of the Quarter, Samantha has consistently proven to be an outstanding student who has many interests and talents.  Sam has a younger brother Christopher (14).  Samantha has strong Cougar ties, her mother Suzanne Pallotta Klein ‘84 is a graduate as well as many cousins, aunts and uncles. Sam’s favorite subject in school is math because she "finds it fascinating how we can use numbers in graphs, charts, and equations to solve worldwide dilemmas.”  At AC, Sam is on the Swimming and Softball teams, SAIL, the Arts Council, Student Council and National Honors Society. When asked what she likes best about AC and the school community, Sam replied “I admire the diversity in thought in the AC community; all our interests harmonize to create a balance of faithful, artistic, athletic, and academically driven students.”  One of Sam’s best memories at AC was “cheering on the AC’s boys hockey team at the semi-finals against St. Mary’s in 2017, where the entire student body dressed in a cougar crazy theme." 

     


    Selected as the senior  Student of the Quarter, Kris has consistently proven to be a remarkable  student who has many interests and talents. Kris has one brother, Kazimierz and two sisters, Kristen and Kerri.  Kris’ favorite subject in school is “Physics, because it attempts to explain the phenomena of life in a way that can be utilized to better the human condition.”   Kris is a member of the AC Varsity Lacrosse team, Social Justice Club,  Math team, Science Team, National Honors Society and Student Council. 
    When asked what he likes best about AC and the school community, Kris replied “I like that AC has a personal feel to it.” His best memory at AC  was “the very last science meet of my high school career.  There are no words sufficient enough to describe the events of that day and the connections that I made with my friends on the science team.” 
    When asked what his future plans after AC  were, Kris replied “I plan to attend Hofstra University where I will major in Mechanical Engineering.”