Molokai High School releases first quarter honor roll

| October 29, 2013 | 1 Comment

The principal’s honors list at Molokai High School is for students who have earned grade point averages of 4.0 or above while enrolled in six or more courses, four or more of which are solid courses. For the first quarter of the 2013-14 school year, they are:
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Grade 9: Linaka Akutagawa, Edel Mark Alvarez, Sonja Angst, Jarron Boswell, Jamaica Lei Bumatay, Kamila Horswill, Jershon Kaalekahi, Shailyn Kaholoaa, Yasemin Soares, Erik Svetin, Awa Yerhot.

Grade 10: Khaylie Adachi-Kawamae, Amber Afelin, Jordan Boswell, Sabrina Curtis, Kuikamokuokalani Han, Kysha Kawano, Cendall Manley, Misty Parker, Alexandria Simon.

Grade11: Luke Kikukawa, Edel Mae Alvarez, Tiera-Lee Bishaw Marquez, Sarah Jenkins.

Grade 12: Xrystina Bicoy, Kilo Au Lani Kaawa-Gonzales, Caulin Forest Nelson-Angelsea, Mia Mendija.

The MHS honor roll students have earned grade point averages of 3.5 to 4.0 for the first quarter of the 2013-14 school year. They are:

Grade 9: Gelly Ann Ringor, Megan Nerveza, Sebastian Ramos, Precious-Unique Rawlins-Manuel, Lily Jenkins, Brooke Keliihoomalu, Mckenzie Nerveza.

Grade 10: Keaaokahonua Davis, Keahi Imakyure, Giesha Mae Nunez, Daylia Tangonan, Oceana Madani, Kaimana Kahale, Thomas Tamanaha, Rhe-Zhene Puailihau, Keaoalono Ross, Marissa Taylor Motas, Johnathan Nichols, Brandi Domingo Key, Rainbow Kee, Hiilani Kaiama-Kanuha, Ashley Smith, Anna May Ewing.

Grade11: Rebecka Adolpho, Kristin Tancayo, Olelo K.P.A Hamakua Poepoe, Kelsie Espiritu-Tanabe, Jonelle Ilaban, John Pol Espejo, Koal Kaulia-Makaiwi, Waipuna Kelly-Paleka, Desiree Corpuz, Kealohanuikalawai’amoku Helm.

Grade 12: Bernadette Aragon, Jeremy Ilaban, Solomon Kawai, Teyani Domingo, Rhye-Shae Puailihau, Noah Caparida, Monaliza Espejo, Patience Nakihei-Rubin, Paul Parker, Shellamarie Keahi, Michaella Tancayo, Brayden Willing-McCutcheon, Kaleikaumaka Kaiama-Lenwai, Rizpah Torres-Umi, Quintin Chow, Laurentiu Jacobs, Conan Kawano, Akeakamai Lum, Heather Place, Taylor Tamanaha, Ruben Villa, Apelila Ritte-Camara-Tangonan.

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  1. sam monet says:

    wow, that is really great, nothing like a good education, hard work, discipline and an open mind

    congratulations

    sam monet

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