CHESHIRE, CT (11/29/2012)(readMedia)-- Cheshire Academy in Cheshire, Connecticut, announced its Honor Roll for the First Quarter of the 2012-2013 academic school year.
Students have earned First Honors with a GPA of 3.67 and above. Second Honors students have a GPA of 3.33 and above. Effort Honors recognizes students who consistently perform at the highest expected levels in all of their classes.
Jeffrey Biestek, Grade 12, of Wallingford, CT received First Honors.
Matthew Cohen, Grade 9, of Wallingford, CT received Second Honors.
Alecksander Keener, Grade 11, of Wallingford, CT received Second Honors.
Derek Svendsen, Grade 12, of Wallingford, CT received Second Honors.
About Cheshire Academy
Founded in 1794, Cheshire Academy is one of the oldest, independent, college preparatory schools in the country and is still located in its original site in Cheshire, CT. Led by Head of School Dr. Jerry Larson, the Academy currently enrolls day and boarding students from grade seven through a postgraduate high school year. For the 2011-12 school year, Cheshire Academy hosts 360 students representing 13 countries, 10 states, and 53 towns in Connecticut.
For more information, please visit www.cheshireacademy.org.