Molokai High School first quarter honor roll announced

| October 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

This week, Molokai High School announced its principal’s honors list and honor roll for the first quarter of the 2011-12 school year.

The principal’s honors list is for students who have earned a grade point average of 4.0 or higher while enrolled in six or more courses, four or more of which are solid courses. For the first quarter of the school year, they are:

Grade 9: Edel Mae Alvarez, Makana Arce, Tiera-Lee Bishaw Marquez, MaryFrances Chow, Kelsie Espiritu-Tanabe, Alexandra Gilliland, Sarah Jenkins, Eliana Kalilikane Garces, Katalina Santiago, Kristin Tancayo.

Grade 10: Taylor Tamanaha, Kilo Au Lani Kaawa-Gonzales,.

Grade11: Michael Kikukawa, Esther Lopez.

Grade 12: Charisse Manley, Chelsea Simon, Kate Sandy Espejo, Moriah Jenkins, Julian-Daniel Bicoy, Mikayla Pico.

The honor roll is for students who have earned a grade point average of 3.5 to 4.0 for the first quarter of the school year. They are:

Grade 9: Stazandra Dudoit Cuello, Olelo K.P.A Hamakua Poepoe, Luke Kikukawa, Trevor Takata.

Grade 10: Xrystina Bicoy, Mia Mendija, Paul Parker, Rizpah Torres-Umi, Teyani Domingo, Alohalyn Espejo, Jeremy Ilaban, Caulin Nelson-Angelsea, Michaella Tancayo, Brayden Willing-McCutcheon, Monaliza Espejo, Taylor Keliihoomalu, Rhye-Shae Puailihau.

Grade11: Ronalyn May Carino, Cara Connolly, Hauoli Falealii, Faron Kamakana, Kaiulani Laemoa, Kuilauokalani Lee, Francis Ventura, Lesley Escobar, Kenui Smythe Fujiwara, Kristina Torres, Amanda Venegas Makaiwi.

Grade 12: Dallin Tancayo, Tiffany Tanielu, Kailen Inouye, Jacob Kaholoaa, Kayla Matson, Jessica Sanchez, Petrisha Alvarez, James Duffy, Leenell Hernandez, Natalia Levi, Jordan Ramos, Brianna Tangonan.

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  1. ilioaloha says:

    Congratulations to all of the hard work and the amazing accomplishment! I am so proud of all these young people. Hopefully they go out to the world one day and come back to Molokai with outside experience and degrees that benefit the community they grew up in.

  2. Janine Concepcion says:

    EDEL! <3

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